Our Emergency Medicine residency program was founded in 1974 and is one of the oldest and most respected in the country. We serve a large and diverse patient population from urban, suburban, rural and wilderness settings in California’s Central Valley. Our ED at Community Regional Medical Center serves >113,000 patients per year, and we see the highest volume of trauma patients of any Level 1 Trauma Center in California.
Our faculty will support and guide you as you design and implement an education project of your choosing
Submit a paper to a journal, present at conferences, write for a blog, and/or digitally publish your work.
Fellows will teach during academic shifts, give lectures and lead workshops during resident conferences, and learn how to design simulation scenarios. Further opportunities to get involved in teaching medical students, residents, national parks medics, or pre-med learners are available depending on interest.
Work with UCSF Fresno’s outstanding medical educators who train learners of all levels, from high school students interested in health careers to medical students, residents, and attending physicians pursuing CME. Network with like-minded colleagues across the country at the ACEP Teaching Fellowship.
For more information about the program, kindly visit https://www.fresno.ucsf.edu/em...
We accept applicants from the United States who are board eligible or board certified in Emergency Medicine. In some cases we may consider internationally trained candidates.
Applicants should submit the following by September 15:
Please send materials to:
Stacy Sawtelle Vohra, MD
Fellowship Program Director
Aug 05, 2022
San Francisco, California