- Increase knowledge of social determinants of health.
- Improve culturally sensitive patient care.
- Cultivate a welcoming work environment for all.
- Maximize the recruitment and retention of URiM individuals.
- Foster a culture that values diversity and continuously discusses and learns about equity and inclusion.
Emergency Medicine Education Fellowship
Sponsored by Integrative Emergency Services (IES) in conjunction with John Peter Smith Hospital (JPS)
Program Director: Jessica Mason, MD, FACEP
The Emergency Medicine Education Fellowship at JPS is a two-year program designed to offer a base of knowledge in Academic Emergency Medicine, provide mentorship and career development opportunities, and guides the fellow towards a niche that makes them an invaluable faculty member.
During the first year, the fellow will gain a breadth of knowledge in many topics pertinent to Emergency Medicine education. Through mentorship, monthly meetings, and journal club, the first-year curriculum covers the following topics:
- Education theory
- Education scholarship
- Digital scholarship
- On-shift teaching
- Program leadership
- Academic promotion
- Feedback and evaluations
- Medical student clerkship
- Professional development and CV review
- Emergency Medicine curriculum and conference
Applicants should email the following items to be considered:
- Curriculum vitae
- Letter of intent
If offered an interview, the applicant should provide two letters of reference, including one from the applicant’s program director. We accept applicants from the United States who are board-eligible or board certified in Emergency Medicine. Click Here for more details.
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