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Occupational & Environmental Medicine Residency

UW Occ Med Residency Research Day 2014
Residents and faculty at the annual OEM Research Day in 2014

Established in 1977, the Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) training program at UW is one of the longest standing programs of its kind in the United States. Trainees learn directly from national leaders in OEM, leading to exciting careers for physicians from all backgrounds.

OEM does not participate in the Match; program directors nationally agree to extend offers on the same day in December. The deadline to apply is November 25.

 

Fellowships

Academic Hospitalist Fellowship

Academic Hospital Medicine Fellowship Logo 2020The 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, this 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 application deadline is December 31, 2020. Selected candidates will be asked to interview in person.

2019–2020 AHF graduate Dr. Emily Grossniklaus shared her top three benefits of doing the fellowship:

1) Growing into the role of an attending hospitalist within a supportive and engaging clinical environment, surrounded by outstanding peers.
2) Conducting medical education scholarship in a rigorous and thoughtful way, through participation in the Teaching Scholars Program.
3) Establishing mentorship relationships to guide me in obtaining both project and career goals, who continue to be my mentors after the Fellowship!

 

Addiction Medicine Fellowship

Merrill, Tsui, and Klein headshots
Program leaders: Professor Joseph Merrill, Associate Professor Judith Tsui, and Assistant Professor Jared Klein

The Addiction Medicine Fellowship is a one-year program that strives to provide education in evidence-based patient care and create a supportive and comprehensive learning environment that will prepare trainees for a variety of experiences in Addiction Medicine.

Applications are being reviewed on a rolling basis, and the program encourages applying sooner rather than later. Fellows will begin the program in July 2021.

 

Clinical or Acting Instructor/Assistant Professor, Hospital Medicine Program, academic year 2021–22

Clockwise from upper left: UWMC - Northwest, UWMC - Montlake, Harborview Medical Center, VA Puget Sound
Clockwise from upper left: UWMC - Northwest, UWMC - Montlake, Harborview Medical Center, VA Puget Sound

GIM welcomes applications from enthusiastic, academically oriented hospitalists who are committed to excellence in patient care, education, and scholarship. In particular, GIM is seeking physicians who are committed to an academic career in hospital medicine and have demonstrated a strong interest in scholarship related to the care of patients in the hospital setting.

Candidates may be considered at individual or multiple sections of GIM: Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington Medical Center (Montlake and Northwest Campuses), and VA Puget Sound Health Care System. Multiple full-time or part-time positions are available with flexible start dates starting Fall 2020 through Fall 2021. The open positions are 12-month annual appointments and will be at the Instructor level (Clinical Instructor or Acting Instructor) or Assistant Professor level (Clinical Assistant Professor or Acting Assistant Professor).

Learn more about applying.