The Clinical Scientist Program (CSP) is a novel structured faculty development program where junior faculty will enter a two-year mentored faculty program whose goal is to produce academic emergency physicians capable of launching successful academic careers.
The program respects the need to develop skill sets in four domains:
These will be achieved through close and structured mentored experiences and opportunities. Upon completion, these physicians will have exceptional potential for rapid promotion in the specialty of academic emergency medicine.
The goals of the Research Fellowship are to produce independent investigators with the requisite training and skills to engage in a successful academic emergency medicine career.
The Fellow will obtain these skills over a two-year structured and mentored experience with roughly 80 percent effort focused on research and 20 percent toward clinical duties. Coursework in research methodologies will be combined with intensive mentored experience in laboratory and/or clinical studies associated with the AEMRC.
The Department of Emergency Medicine and the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center offer a two-year training program in Medical Toxicology for physicians who are already qualified in a primary specialty recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
We have 22 years of experience training leaders in Medical Toxicology. In addition to our excellent curriculum and clinical experience, we have internationally recognized programs and expertise in hazardous materials in toxicology, occupational and environmental toxicology, envenomations of all kinds and toxicology. The program is designed to prepare the fellow for board certification in Medical Toxicology.
This is a one-year fellowship leading to board certification in Sports Medicine. The fellow will work with fellowship-trained sports medicine faculty in the care of injured athletes at the PAC-10 University of Arizona Training Facilities and the new Arizona Sports Medicine Institute.
The Fellow will also learn key academic
skills as an attending physician and faculty member with approximately five shifts per month. This will
include bedside and didactic teaching of our excellent residents and medical students.