This SAEM-approved, two-year fellowship is designed for a graduate of an emergency medicine residency interested in becoming an educator and leader in the field of academic wilderness medicine.
• Two-year program
• Fellow selected from emergency medicine board eligible/board certified applicants
• Cutting edge research opportunities - Learn more about our research
• Educational and clinical experiences to learn the core curriculum and skill sets of wilderness medicine
• Protected non-clinical time for hands-on clinical care and scholarly activity of the fellow's choosing
• Education of lay persons and medical professionals at local, regional, national and international forums
The goals of the fellowship are to provide physicians with the cognitive knowledge, didactic training, and clinical skills that comprise wilderness medicine. Each fellow will be expected to further their knowledge by performing original research, educating other physicians, and serving as a medical resource for outdoor organizations. In addition to the core curriculum; the fellow's specific areas of interest will dictate research and clinical activities.
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For interested applicants, kindly submit:
Send to Michael Vernon by October 1.
Aug 02, 2021