Training & Career Development

The NASPGHAN Training Committee is devoted to continuously improving the training of the next generation of pediatric gastroenterologists.

This page includes resources and links that can be used by resident, fellows, and training program directors.

NASPGHAN provides lifelong continuing education for members at every level of their career.

Resources for Fellows, Residents and Medical Students

Teaching and Tomorrow Program 2023

For PL-2 resident at the time of the National meeting or PL-3 residents considering applying for fellowship to begin in July 2022. The program is not designed for residents currently in the process of interviewing for fellowships. More information will be available in June when Annual Meetin Registration opens.

Teaching and Tomorrow URiM Program 2023

This year, we are enthusiastically expanding the Teaching and Tomorrow Program to provide 10 scholarships to interested 1st and 2nd year pediatric residents and 4th year medical students who self-identify as Underrepresented in Medicine (URIM). In addition to networking with other participants while attending the program’s scheduled sessions, scholarship awardees will be matched with a NASPGHAN fellow and/or attending physician (often themselves a Teaching and Tomorrow Program alumnus) who will serve as an additional professional contact and NASPGHAN ambassador.

NASPGHAN Mentor/Mentee Program

Applications for the Mentor/Mentee program are currently closed. Please check back in January 2024 for the next round of applications.


Members Only

Resources for Training Program Directors

Our Partners
The Association of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Nurses
Help & Hope for Children with Digestive Disorders
Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition
JPGN Reports