This first-of-its-kind post-graduate fellowship will rigorously train academic clinicians in the development, use, and evaluation of technology for both patient care and for medical education. In this innovative fellowship, we will expose our fellows to training in both types of technology design and implementation.
Trainees will choose to focus their work on either digital medical education or digital health development and evaluation. Trainees may choose between a 1-year track or a 2-year track with a Master’s degree in Medical Education, Instructional Design, or Clinical and Translational Science.
The Digital Innovation fellow will serve in a mixed clinician / educator / researcher position. Fellow duties include the clinical care of patients in Emergency Departments staffed by the Department of Emergency Medicine and affiliated with the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. The fellow will have the following weekly time commitments:
- 16 hours of clinical Emergency Department care
- 8 hours of research work
- 6 hours of master’s level coursework
- 4 hours of didactics lectures
- 4 hours of Digital Innovation Instruction
- 2 hours of administrative duties
The emergency departments affiliated with the Brown Department of Emergency Medicine (three adult and one pediatric) care for 200,000 adult patients and 55,000 children patients annually, and include the only Level I Trauma and Burn Center in Rhode Island. More information about the Brown EM residency can be found at: http://www.brownemresidency.org/
How to apply
Graduates of accredited Emergency Medicine residency programs with demonstrated commitment to digital health will be considered. Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and three letters of support to John Patena at [email protected]. Deadline January 2020