Harvard Medical School General Internal Medicine Fellowship
Brigham and Women's Hospital
January 31, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Hospital, Public and Private
GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP
– HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL –
A joint program of Harvard Medical School teaching hospitals invites applicants for two-year research-oriented fellowships beginning 7/1/19.
Fellows receive an appointment at Harvard Medical School and one of its affiliated hospitals. Most Fellows complete an MPH degree at the Harvard School of Public Health. Research areas of special interest include common primary care health conditions, preventive medicine, vulnerable populations and healthcare disparities, and patient safety and quality of care.
Applicants must be BC/BE in internal medicine by July 1 of their first fellowship year. For information, contact Kim Harris, HMS Fellowship in General Medicine and Primary Care, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, 1620 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02120, 617-732-4815, GIMfellowship@bwh.harvard.edu.
The participating institutions are equal opportunity employers. We encourage underrepresented minorities to apply.
Applicants must be BC/BE in internal medicine by July 1 of their first fellowship year. In addition, due to federal regulations based on our funding, applicants are required to be U.S. citizens or have permanent U.S. residence status at the time of the application.
Additional Salary Information: The stipend is dependent on years of experience.
Internal Number: 032018
About Brigham and Women's Hospital
The BWH Division of General Internal Medicine and Primary Care conducts health services research focused on quality of care, access to care and clinical epidemiologic studies of common medical conditions. Division faculty members study the measurement of quality and safety, and how they can be improved, especially using information technology. This multidisciplinary research includes experts in clinical epidemiology, biostatistics and health services research as well as nursing and pharmacy. We collaborate closely with Partners Information Systems on the development, implementation, and evaluation of new technologies (e.g. computerized physician order entry, clinical decision support, and personal health records). Access to care, especially for minorities and the uninsured, is also a key research focus.