The UW Academic Hospitalist Fellowship is designed for graduating internal medicine residents or early-career hospitalists seeking to accelerate their development as clinician-educators and academic leaders. Established in 2018, our fellowship provides the flexibility to pursue individualized career interests alongside a defined curriculum in quality improvement, medical education scholarship, bedside teaching, career development, and clinical research.
The Hospital Medicine Program, part of the Division of General Internal Medicine (GIM) and the Department of Medicine at the University of Washington, is currently accepting online applications for Academic Year 2020-2021.
Applicants must have graduated from (or be in the final year of) a residency in Internal Medicine at an accredited, US-based institution.
Applications will be accepted starting August 15, 2019. All application materials need to be submitted via Interfolio.
Candidates will be asked to upload:
1) Cover letter--Please describe your career aspirations, how you envision the fellowship will support those aspirations, any particular projects you hope to launch during the fellowship year, and any special qualifications you want to highlight.
3) Letters of Recommendation--Candidates will also need to ask three (3) references to upload Letters of Recommendation into Interfolio. Letters of Recommendation need to include one (1) from their residency/fellowship Program Director in addition to two (2) other professional references.
*Please contact Danielle Del Rosario at firstname.lastname@example.org if a Letter of Recommendation was emailed prior to the application open date.
*Junior Faculty: Please touch base with Danielle Del Rosario at email@example.com for appropriate LoR in place of a program director
Candidate selection will be announced by January 2020.
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