Graduate Medical Education

Goals and Objectives

Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship

St. Luke’s Clinical Neurophysiology (CNP) Fellowship is a one-year ACGME accredited clinical fellowship and follows ABPN board certification requirements. Specialty expertise is provided in a welcoming and structured educational environment that produces competent practitioners in the field of clinical neurophysiology. Fellowship program goals and objectives align with ACGME core competencies and center on:

  1. Patient care
  2. Medical knowledge
  3. Practice-based learning and improvement
  4. Communication skills
  5. Professionalism
  6. System-based practice

The goal of St. Luke’s Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship is to train fellows to:

  1. Develop competence in recognizing the fundamentals of prevention, evaluation, and management of epilepsy and neuromuscular disease.
  2. Develop basic and advanced skills of routine EEG, continuous/video EEG, nerve conduction study, and electromyography.
  3. Develop basic skills of intraoperative monitoring and polysomnography.
  4. Synthesize and critically interpret the literature and conduct clinical research.
  5. Apply best clinical practices to improve health outcomes and patient safety.

In addition to clinical duties, clinical neurophysiology fellows participate in scholarly activity, research, and training of residents/medical students.