Fellowship in Emergency Department Safety & Quality

Fellowship in Emergency Department Safety & Quality

Led by faculty in NYU Langone’s Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine, the Kenneth and JoAnn G. Wellner Fellowship in Emergency Department Safety and Quality promotes the next generation of physician leaders as effective agents for change.

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and the Association of American Medical Colleges recognize that there is a nationwide deficit of trained and proficient faculty capable of engaging, modeling, and leading educational efforts in patient quality and safety.

The goal of our program, offered by the Division of Emergency Medicine Quality, Safety, and Practice Innovation, is to train physicians in the administrative and academic aspects of medical quality, patient safety, and practice innovation, preparing them for leadership roles in administration, education, patient care, and quality assurance.

For more information about the program, kindly visit https://med.nyu.edu/department...

Prerequisites:

Our fellowship is open to physicians who have completed a three- or four-year emergency medicine residency or pediatric emergency medicine program.

Applicants must be American Board of Emergency Medicine board-eligible or board-certified in emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine on the starting date of the fellowship (July 1 of each year). Candidates are required to have a license to practice medicine in the state of New York before beginning the fellowship.

We are unable to accept applications from candidates who cannot meet these criteria.

How To Apply:

This one- or two-year fellowship is awarded to one or two fellows per year. We accept applications each fall for fellowships beginning on July 1. We strongly recommend submitting all materials by December 20 of the year before the start of the fellowship.

A completed application comprises the following materials:

  • a letter of intent
  • a personal statement (no more than two single-spaced pages, in 12-point font or larger, with 1-inch margins, including your name on each page) that describes your interests and any relevant experience in quality and safety, and indicates your goals
  • your current CV
  • three letters of recommendation, including one letter from your current program director

Please email all application materials to Silas W. Smith, MD. Opens in a new tab, fellowship director, at [email protected].

Contact Information:

Interested applicants can email Lily Liang, program coordinator, at [email protected] with inquiries about the program or how to apply.

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  • Published

    Oct 01, 2022

  • Main Location

    New York, New York

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