Wilderness Medicine Fellowship

Wilderness Medicine Fellowship

Emergency Medicine takes care of anyone at any time for anything. Wilderness Medicine adds a fourth component - ANYWHERE, often requiring improvisation, making do with the resources available, and thinking outside of the box to deliver the best care.

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

Stanford Emergency Medicine’s Wilderness Medicine fellowship was the first of its kind in the country and developed with guidance from Wilderness Medicine pioneers Paul Auerbach and Eric Weiss.

Our wilderness medicine fellows collaborate with experts around the world to learn new skills, discuss research, and pursue individual projects.

For more information about the program, kindly visit https://emed.stanford.edu/educ...

Prerequisites:

  • Board-eligible or board-certified emergency medicine physician from 4 year ACGME-accredited emergency medicine residency programs or 3 year ACGME EM programs with minimum 1 year post-graduate experience
  • Must be eligible for an unrestricted CA medical license.
  • Clinical Requirements: Shift work as an Attending Physician in the Marc and Laura Andreessen Emergency Department
  • Full Stanford faculty benefits

How To Apply:

Submit:

  • Letter of intent / personal statement
  • CV
  • Three letters of recommendation

Send to Michael Vernon by October 1.

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  • Published

    Sep 22, 2022

  • Main Location

    Stanford, California

  • Residency Positions

    7

  • Fellowship Positions

    72

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