Emergency Medicine

Academic Emergency Medicine Fellowship

Overview

Mission

The fellowship is designed for a graduate of an Emergency Medicine residency interested in becoming an exceptional academician.  This will be done using multiple disciplines.   The Fellow will learn curriculum development and tools to be an effective lecturer; with many opportunities to present. In addition they will be taught different methods of evaluating learners, incorporating the new milestone evaluation system.  They will be given the opportunity to network through national conferences and gain skills to be a successful academician through the ACEP teaching fellowship and the Stanford Medical Education Scholar’s Program.  The Fellow will be given guidance to create an academic research project with the goal of publication.  They will also have an integral role during the residency interview process; learning important skills of residency leadership.  Ultimately the fellowship will prepare the Fellow for a career excelling in education, clinical work, research and administration.

Core Content

Teaching
Clinical
Education
Research
Administrative 

Fellowship Objectives

Teaching

Clinical

Education

Research

Administrative

Teaching Curriculum

Objectives

Teaching

Content

Evaluation Tools

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Clinical Curriculum

Objectives

Clinical

Content

Evaluation Tools

Chart review Meetings

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Educational Curriculum

Objectives

Education

Content

Evaluation Tools

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Research Curriculum

Objectives

Research

Content

Evaluation Tools

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Administrative Curriculum

Objectives

Administrative

Content

Evaluation tools

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For more information please contact:
Phillip M. Harter, MD
Associate Professor (Teaching) of Surgery/Emergency Medicine
Academic Emergency Medicine Fellowship & Residency Program Director
Email: harter@stanford.edu

 

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