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The Yale Program in Addiction Medicine provides clinical training in addiction medicine to medical students and advanced practice nursing and physician associate students, as well as residents in Internal Medicine (Traditional, Primary Care, and Medicine-Pediatrics), Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Emergency Medicine.

Fellowship training is provided through a two-year American Board of Addiction Medicine-accredited Fellowship in Addiction Medicine, and junior faculty support and training are provided through a NIDA-funded K12 career development award, with a focus on Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Obstetrics & Gynecology. Addiction Medicine Grand Rounds are held bimonthly, are open to the public, and cover a broad range of topics.

Core Educational Initiatives

External Collaborations