Massachusetts General Hospital is accepting applicants for their Fellowship Program in Emergency Ultrasound.
The Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Program, which began in 2007, is a one-year program designed to give graduates of emergency medicine residency programs the skills and knowledge to become ultrasound program directors and leaders in the field of emergency ultrasound. There are four components to the fellowship program:
The goal of the ultrasound fellowship is to provide you with all the tools you would need to become an Ultrasound Director of any Emergency Department, and a leader in the field. The educational component of the Ultrasound Fellowship involves both a large amount of learning and teaching ultrasound.
To know more about the program, kindly visit https://www.massgeneral.org/emergency-medicine/education-and-training/fellowship-program-in-emergency-ultrasound
Applicants must be graduates of an ACGME-accredited emergency medicine residency program and have completed the program in good standing.
A letter of interest, three letters of recommendation, including a letter from the residency program director, and a current curriculum vitae should be submitted to Dr. Andrew Liteplo, Fellowship Director at [email protected].
Deadline of all applications is on September 15, 2020. Interviews are conducted in the fall, and decisions are usually made in November.
Our Emergency Ultrasound Research Fellowship is a parallel program designed for foreign emergency physicians to learn about point-of-care ultrasound. Interested applicants should contact Dr. Liteplo as above.