University of California San Diego has 2 available positions for their one-year non ACGME fellowship on Emergency Medicine Ultrasound.
UCSD’s Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship was created in 2010 out of a desire to advance the use of bedside emergency ultrasound to improve patient care and create educators within the field. Our program is based on the ACEP Guidelines, however we encourage our fellows to go above and beyond, with our ultrasound faculty tailoring advanced topics to meet the fellow’s interests and ideas. We focus on providing specialized training in ultrasound technique, interpretation, and application to clinical practice. Our fellows are trained to become leaders in both academic and community settings.
To know more about the details of the program, kindly visit http://emultrasound.sdsc.edu/index.php/our-fellowship/
Applicants should submit their applicants packets to the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowships page at the following link: http://eusfellowships.com/. Interviews will be scheduled with candidates starting in the summer and will run through the end of October.
If you have any questions about our fellowship please contact our fellowship program director, Amir Aminlari at [email protected]