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Department of Emergency Medicine Fellowship Programs

Yale University School of Medicine


Location:
Connecticut
Date:
09/01/2018
2018-09-012018-09-30
Job Code:
59823
Job Type:
Employee
Categories:
  • Emergency Medicine
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Yale University School of Medicine           

       Department of Emergency Medicine Fellowship Programs

For specific information including deadlines and requirements, visit: http://medicine.yale.edu/emergencymed/

The Implementation Science fellowship is a 2-3 year program that will train investigators in the principles and practice of dissemination and implementation science. Supported by a K12 grant from NIH’s National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, fellows will receive training at the new Yale Center for Implementation Science (YCIS), the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation, and the National Clinician Scholars Program. Eligible candidates may receive a Masters in Health Sciences degree. Mentors come from the Yale Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health, as well as many community-based organizations in New Haven. For further information, contact Steven L. Bernstein, MD, steven.bernstein@yale.edu.   

The Research fellowship is a 2-3 year program focused on training clinician scholars as independent researchers in Emergency Medicine. Scholars will earn a Master of Health Sciences degree from Yale combining clinical experience with extensive training in research methods, statistics, and research design. With the guidance of research content experts and professional coach mentors, the scholar will develop a research program, complete a publishable project and submit a grant application prior to completion of the program. The program is credentialed by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. For further information, contact Steven L. Bernstein, MD, steven.bernstein@yale.edu.    

NIDA K12: Partnering with Yale’s Center for Clinical Investigation, the National Clinician Scholars Program, the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA) and the VA Connecticut Healthcare, we are offering the Yale Drug Abuse, HIV and Addiction Scholars K12 Research Career Development Program.  The DAHRS K12 Scholars Program provides an outstanding 2-3 year research training experience that offers a Master of Health Science, a mentored research program as well as career and leadership development activities. For further information, contact Gail D’Onofrio, MD, MS, gail.donofrio@yale.edu.

The fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound is a 1 or 2 year program that will prepare graduates to lead an academic/community emergency ultrasound program.  The 2-year option includes a Master of Health Sciences with a focus on emergency ultrasound research. This fellowship satisfies recommendations of all major societies for the interpretation of emergency ultrasound, and will include exposure to aspects of program development, quality assurance, properties of coding and billing, and research.  The program consists of structured time in the ED performing bedside examinations, examination QA and review, research into new applications, and education in the academic/community arenas.  We have a particular focus on emergency echo and utilize state of the art equipment, as well as wireless image review. Information about our Section can be found at http://medicine.yale.edu/emergencymed/ultrasound/.  For further information, contact Rachel Liu MD, rachel.liu@yale.edu, or apply online at www.eusfellowships.com.

The Administration fellowship is a 2-year program that will prepare graduates to assume administrative leadership positions in private or academic emergency medicine as well as hospitals and health systems.  The fellow will acquire experience in all facets of emergency department clinical operations, with close mentorship from department and hospital administrative leaders.  Fellows will complete the recently #1 ranked Executive MBA program at the Yale School of Management.  In addition, the candidate will assume graduated leadership roles on one or more projects supporting departmental activities usually culminating as Assistant Medical Director in the second year of the fellowship.  For further information, contact Arjun Venkatesh, MD, MBA, MHS, arjun.venkatesh@yale.edu.

The Global Health and International Emergency Medicine fellowship is a 2-year program offered by Yale in partnership with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).  Fellows will develop a strong foundation in global public health, tropical medicine, humanitarian assistance and research.  They will receive an MSc from LSHTM, a diploma in Tropical Medicine (DTM&H) and complete the Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP) course offered by the ICRC in Geneva.  In addition, fellows spend 6 months in the field working with on-going Yale global health projects or on an independent project they develop.  For further information, contact the fellowship director, Hani Mowafi, MD, MPH, hani.mowafi@yale.edu.

The fellowship in EMS is a 1-year program that provides training in all aspects of EMS, including academics, administration, medical oversight, research, teaching, and clinical components.  The ACGME-accredited program focuses on operational EMS, with the fellow actively participating in the system’s physician response team, and all fellows offered training to the Firefighter I or II level.  A 1-year MPH program is available for fellows choosing additional research training.  The fellowship graduate will be prepared for a career in academic EMS and/or medical direction of a local or regional EMS system, and for the new ABEM subspecialty examination.  For further information, contact David Cone, MD, david.cone@yale.edu.

The Medical Simulation fellowship is a 1-year program that provides training in all aspects of simulation education, including high fidelity mannequin simulation with computer program training, acquisition of debriefing skills and procedural simulation.  The fellow will participate in all educational programs for medical students, residents and faculty at the new Yale Center for Medical Simulation (opened January 2015).   The fellow will receive training in research methodology through the Research Division of the Department of Emergency Medicine and participate in the medical education fellowship through Yale Medical School.  The fellow will attend a one-week Comprehensive Instructor Workshop at the Institute for Medical Simulation in Boston.  For further information, contact Ambrose Wong, MD, ambrose.wong@yale.edu.

The Educational Leadership fellowship is a 1 or 2-year program that provides the training and education to develop academic emergency physicians to have the skills, knowledge and experience to be strong educators and leaders in Emergency Medicine education with the focus on developing leaders in EM residencies or in Undergraduate Medical Education.  The fellow will be an Assistant Residency Program Director and an integral member of the education faculty.  They will be supported to attend leadership training as well as using other internal resources, CORD and ACEP to further their education. For further information, contact David Della-Giustina, MD, FACEP, FAWM, david.della-giustina@yale.edu.

The Wilderness Medicine fellowship is a 1-year program that provides the core content of medical knowledge and skills in being able to plan for and to provide care in an environment that is limited by resources and geographically separated from definitive medical care in all types of weather and evacuation situations.  The fellow will be supported to obtain the Diploma in Mountain Medicine and other Wilderness Medical education.  The fellow will become a leader and national educator in the growing specialty of wilderness medicine.  For further information, contact David Della-Giustina, MD, FACEP, FAWM, david.della-giustina@yale.edu.

The Clinical Informatics fellowship is a 2-year program that provides ACGME-approved training in all aspects of clinical informatics. The program is administered through the Yale Department of Emergency Medicine.  In the first year, the fellow will rotate between the Yale-New Haven Health and Veterans Affairs.  Major blocks will be devoted to electronic health records, clinical decision support, databases and data analysis, and quality and safety.  Experiential learning will be combined with didactic classes and conferences. The second year is dedicated to advanced learning and project leadership.  The fellow will attend the American Medical Informatics Association annual meeting. The program prepares fellows for Clinical Informatics Board examination.  For further information, contact Ted Melnick, MD, MHS, edward.melnick@yale.edu.

All require the applicant to be BP/BC emergency physicians and offer an appointment as an Instructor to the faculty of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine. Applications are available at the Yale Emergency Medicine web page http://medicine.yale.edu/emergencymed/ and are due by November 15, 2018 with the exception of the Wilderness Fellowship and the Educational Leadership Fellowship, which are due by October 1, 2018.

Yale University and Yale-New Haven Hospital are affirmative action, equal opportunity employers and women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and members of minority groups are encouraged to apply.

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