General Internal Medicine Medical Education Fellowship Program
Welcome to Yale's General Internal Medicine Medical Education Fellowship webpage. Our goal is to train future leaders in medical education who will be self-reflective master clinicians, teachers and scholars. Through a series of focused training experiences in teaching skills, curriculum development and research, graduates of the program will have the foundation to serve as scholars and leaders in their future faculty appointments. Teaching opportunities for fellows span the continuum of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate medical education. Research opportunities will be based on the individual's interests in medical education. Each fellow will receive mentoring and feedback in every aspect of their training and clinical experiences. For more information please review the fellowship webpages in the tabbed sections below and how to apply on the left.
Recent graduates of internal medicine or medicine/pediatrics residency programs who wish to pursue careers as scholarly clinician educators. Aim for 2 fellows per year.
During the two years of training, the fellowship will provide each fellow with mentored training and feedback in:
- teaching in the classroom
- teaching at the bedside
- curriculum development and evaluation
- medical education scholarship
Salary will be of the fellow's PGY level with remaining funds used to cover: 1) Master Health Science Degree; 2) Presentation at a national meeting/yearly
Applications to the Medical Education Fellowship Program will be accepted on a rolling basis and submission should be no earlier than September of the second year of residency training.
In order for your application to be considered, you need to submit each of the following directly to:
Dr. Donna Windish at email@example.com
- Completed Application form
- Curriculum vitae (CV)
- Three (3) letters of recommendation, one from your most current/recent Program Director
NOTE: Interviews will be considered on a rolling basis after all materials are submitted and reviewed.
1450 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06511
- Clinical Teaching Opportunities
- Clinical Activities
- Formal Education and Training
- Products at the End of Fellowship
Clinical Teaching Opportunities
All fellows will participate in the following clinical teaching activities:
- Resident Clinic Precepting one half-day/week
- Attending on the wards two months per year