The mission of the Interdisciplinary Addiction Medicine Fellowship is to train the next generation of leaders who can provide the highest quality of medical care for the prevention and treatment of substance-use disorders.
The program also strives to increase the medical work force capable of providing interprofessional, integrated primary care and specialty care for substance-use disorders to medically underserved and vulnerable populations.
The Interdisciplinary Addiction Medicine Fellowship at Penn State Health is designed to be a one-year program, with an option to continue for a second year for those candidates who wish to pursue an academic career and are interested in doing addiction-related research.
The program’s vision is to reduce overdose deaths, improve capacity and access to treatment and promote a substance-free population of children, adolescents and adults in central Pennsylvania.
For more information about the program, kindly visithttps://residency.med.psu.edu/...
Qualified candidates will be:
The following documents should be uploaded to ERAS for review:
Jennifer Gebhart, Program Coordinator
Mar 08, 2021