The University of Arizona Department of Emergency Medicine offers a non-ACGME accredited Medical Simulation fellowship. At the completion of the fellowship, graduates will have the knowledge, skillset, and administrative experience to build and lead a medical simulation education and research program in both academic and community settings. Additionally, the fellow works as an attending physician in our emergency departments not only to maintain and develop their skills post-residency but also to bring simulation in-situ to the clinical environment.
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All applicants must be graduates of an ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine residency and be board-certified or board-eligible with the American Board of Emergency Medicine prior to fellowship start. In addition, the applicant must qualify for Arizona medical licensure.
Candidates should submit the following information for application:
• Current curriculum vitae
• Letter of interest
• Two letters of recommendation, including one from program director
• Educational portfolio, if applicable, outlining efforts to date in the areas of teaching, simulation, and scholarly activity
• Completion of prior scholarly activity, curriculum development, or other targeted learning in medical simulation is favored, but not required
Interested applicants should submit the below materials to Dr. Vivienne Ng, Fellowship Program Director, [email protected].
Dec 07, 2020