This page provides an overview of the educational goals, objectives, methods, and resources available for the Yale Primary Care HIV Training Track resident.
- The HIV Training Track residents will be using the Yale Office-Based Medicine Curriculum (YOBM) and will be reviewing the topics available on their site at preclinic conferences during the immersion block rotation.
Direct Patient CareThe HIV Training Track residents will be assigned at the Yale New Haven Hospital HIV outpatient clinic a panel of HIV-infected patients who have a variety of common chronic medical diseases and co-morbidities associated with HIV infection.
- Over the past thirty years, almost 900 physicians-in-training and faculty have participated in the International Health Program, now known as the Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholars Program, based in the Department of Internal Medicine's Office of Global Health.
- The Yale AIDS program continues to welcome research projects that are beneficial for patients, science and medicine.
Resident StatementsRead what brought two residents to the HIV Training Track.
How to Apply
Applicants interested in the HIV Training Track can apply through the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program. Important application information can be found at the Yale Internal Medicine Residency website.
Please note, we participate in the National Residency Matching Program, and do not accept any applicants outside of the match.
All matched interns who would like to participate in the Yale HIV Training Track will be asked to write a brief statement to describe the reason for their interest in the program. Three interns will be selected each year.