Education

Education is provided to medical, advanced practice nursing and physician associate students, in addition to 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 NIH-funded (National Institutes on Drug Abuse) K12 career development award.  The latter two programs build on the Addiction Medicine training opportunities currently offered at Yale and expand such training to physicians who have completed training in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Obstetrics and Gynecology.  Monthly Addiction Medicine Rounds are held and include a broad range of topics and participants from around campus and the community.

Addiction Medicine Education

Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program

The two-year Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program at Yale School of Medicine offers robust clinical and research training in Addiction Medicine. This novel program builds on Yale’s...

Addiction Medicine Rounds

The Yale Addiction Medicine (AM) Rounds are held the second Thursday of every month on the School of Medicine campus. The content of the AM Rounds covers a range of topics relevant to...

Other Addiction Medicine Programs at Yale

Drug use, Addiction and HIV Research Scholars (DAHRS)

The Yale-Drug use, Addiction, and HIV Research Scholars program is a K12 sponsored fellowship that provides a comprehensive three-year, post-doctorate, interdisciplinary, mentored career...

Research in Addiction Medicine Scholars (RAMS)

The NIDA-funded Research in Addiction Medicine Scholars (RAMS) Program aims to develop skills in addiction medicine research among physicians from ABAM Foundation-accredited addiction...

Yale Internal Medicine HIV Training Track

The mission of the Yale Internal Medicine HIV Training Track is to provide necessary knowledge, attitude, and skills to future physicians who have a special interest in HIV medicine and...

Improving Health Professions Education to Treat Addiction

With funding from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, Program in Addiction Medicine faculty are building on the existing infrastructure of the inter professional Longitudinal Clinical Experience at Yale (ILCE)