Overview

The Washington University in Saint Louis Emergency Medicine Education Fellowship is pleased to offer a 24-month experience designed to provide junior faculty the knowledge, skills, and abilities to succeed as a leader in academic Emergency Medicine. Education Fellows will complete a Master’s Degree with a focus on education, gain experience in medical education leadership, and provide clinical care in a busy urban Level 1 trauma center.

Length of Fellowship: 24 months
Number of Positions: 1
Salary: ~$80,000/year and tuition
Clinical Hours: 12 clinical hours per week
Application Deadline: November 1st


Core Objectives

The Emergency Medicine Education Fellowship is designed to address 5 core objectives, derived from the Keck School of Medicine Master in Academic Medicine:

  1. Developing, implementing, and evaluating programs
  2. Leading self and others in a program leadership role
  3. Designing educational curricula, teaching, and assessing learners
  4. Addressing policy and accreditation issues and national opportunities
  5. Designing, implementing, and researching educational innovations

Interested candidates should submit a CV and Letter of Interest to the Fellowship Director.

Albert J Kim, MD, MACM

Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine

Learn more about the Education Fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine.

Curriculum

What you can expect from our program

Faculty

You will be mentored by our faculty as you prepare a plan to meet your professional and career goals