A two-year General Academic Fellowship Program is designed to prepare graduates of pediatric residencies and graduates of general internal medicine residencies for productive academic careers in either General Internal Medicine or General Pediatrics. Fellowship training positions for either General Pediatricians or General Internists are available. Each fellow earns a Master of Science in Clinical Research. Clinical work will be within the specialty of the fellow while classes, seminars, journal club, research training and other common elements are shared.
The two-year AHRQ National Research Service Award Fellowship Program in Health Services Research is designed to prepare physicians, post-doctoral nurses, and pharmacists for productive academic careers in health services research. Research content areas include Immunization Delivery, Racial/Ethnic Disparity Health Care, Access to Care, Pharmacoeconomics, Psychiatric Health Services Research and Childhood Health Services Research. Clinical work will be within the specialty of the fellows. Each fellow earns a Master of Science in Clinical Research. Requirements include attending the fellowship seminar series, participation in a bi-weekly journal club, and learning statistical software during the first year in the research and professional development components.
To be eligible for this fellowship program, candidates must be board eligible or board certified by the beginning of the fellowship and plan a career as an academic faculty member. Federal guidelines restrict fellowships to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Members of underrepresented minority groups are particularly encouraged to apply.
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