Letter of recommendation from three faculty members with contact information, Yatish Ranganath, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Director of the Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship Program, Sangini Punia, MBBS, Clinical Assistant Professor, Melinda Seering, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Medical Director of the Ambulatory Surgery Center, Tejinder Swaran Singh, MD, Clinical Associate Director; Director of the Pain Medicine Fellowship Program, Michelle C. Parra, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Esperanza Ingersoll-Weng, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Sapna Ravindranath, MBBS, Clinical Assistant Professor, David Swanson, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Jacob Thomas, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Rakesh Sondekoppam Vijayashankar, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Haider Darkzali, MBChB, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Iowa Ambulatory Surgery Center, Medical School Transcripts (originals from school), USMLE (1 & 2 mandatory, part 3 optional) or COMLEX Scores, 3 Letters of Recommendation (At least one letter from current training program), Letter of Good Standing (from your current program), Copy of ECFMG Certificate (only applicants who attended medical school outside of the US), Contact Information (Phone numbers, email address and/or pager numbers), Other advanced clinical rotations at alternate sites are being planned and will be introduced in the future, Perform regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine as a fellow for approximately two weeks per month, Function as a junior attending for the remaining two weeks per month, Take one Acute Pain Service Beeper Call per month under the supervision/backup of a Regional Anesthesia attending, In addition to our main tertiary care academic campus, the fellow also has the opportunity to spend time in a private practice environment at our smaller community hospital sites, The fellow will spend one month of pediatric rotation at Boston Children’s Hospital working alongside specialists in acute pain management and regional anesthesia, Develop the technical skills to proficiently perform basic, intermediate, and advanced regional blocks in the preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative period, Perform a variety of peripheral (single injection and continuous) nerve blocks using ultrasound, paresthesia and nerve stimulation techniques, Manage complex cases in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine, Develop consultant-level mastery of the physiological and pharmacologic consequences of regional and acute pain anesthesia, Serve as a consultant and a teacher for other anesthesiologists interested in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine, Give two resident lectures as part of the, Conduct a monthly Journal Club for attending’s and interested residents covering pertinent acute pain medicine and regional anesthesia topics, David Waisel MD, Fellowship Program Director, Medical Director of Institutional Opioid and Pain Management Strategy, Thomas Nicholas, MD (Director of the Acute Pain Service), UNM Outpatient Surgical and Imaging Services (OSIS), NYU 38th Street Outpatient Surgical Center, Upper extremity blocks and catheters: Interscalene, supraclavicular, infraclavicular, costoclavicular, axillary, Lower extremity blocks and catheters: Femoral, lateral femoral cutaneous, sciatic, popliteal, saphenous, iPACK, Truncal blocks: Lumbar plexus, paravertebral, TAP, rectus sheath, quadratus lumborum, PECs, serratus anterior, erector spinae, TTMP, Ultrasound and nerve stimulator techniques, Neuraxial blocks, including thoracic epidurals, Management of acute pain in the chronic pain patient, Jeff Xu, MD, Fellowship Program Director; Chief, Division of Regional Anesthesia & Acute Pain Management; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Duke University Medical Center (Main Campus). Accordingly, compensation and benefits are competitive. The regional fellow will devote 60% of their effort to academic activities related to regional anesthesia, including learning advanced regional anesthesia techniques from our national and internationally known faculty experts, teaching and supervising residents, and performing clinical research. Our fellows also become autonomous and learn how to lead regional and acute pain services. Program Overview. At the main campus and Shock Trauma, fellows provide all types of regional anesthetics including lumbar plexus blocks, paravertebral blocks, serratus/pec blocks and cranial nerve blocks. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: TBD, with benefitsApplication deadline: Until position is filled. UPMC Passavant provides extensive experience in paravertebral nerve blocks and lower extremity blocks. Each individual program may have additional requirements such as medical licensing. Our subspecialty core group has received Regional Anesthesia Fellowship training from a variety of locations: Brigham and Women's Harvard University, Duke University, The Monash University in Australia, The Virginia Mason Center in Seattle, The University of Toronto, University of Alberta and locally at the University of Ottawa. The ACGME-accredited Fellowship in Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine incorporates 12 months of extensive clinical expertise in both peripheral and neuraxial blocks, as well as the management of acute pain conditions. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 4Salary: CDN $100,000Application deadline: Until position is filled. One day per week will be allocated to research and other academic activities (teaching). Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 2   Salary: PGY-5 equivalent   Deadline: Until position is filled. ABOUT THE COMMUNITY:A vibrant, waterfront city on Tampa Bay’s Gulf Coast of Florida, Tampa places you minutes from sandy, white Gulf of Mexico beaches, fishing, boating, theme parks, art, culture, golf, tennis, and professional sports teams like the Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Rays, and the Lightning hockey team. There is an emphasis on clinical experience and teaching, as well as an expectation to engage in scholarly activities and research. ACGME approved fellowship: There is presently no sub-specialty certification. Physicians applying for a fellowship program in regional anesthesiology/acute pain medicine must be currently enrolled in, or have completed, an accredited anesthesiology residency program. These letters will be in addition to your Dean's letter. Email: sherrie.payne@vcuhealth.org Daily cases from diverse patient and surgical populations ranging from geriatric trauma and total joint replacements to conditioned athletes with sports-related injuries. ± ECFMG certificate (if applicable)Application requirements: Contact person: Alexis Rhea, Fellowship Program Coordinator Most of the aforementioned blocks will be performed under ultrasound guidance, with supplemental instruction in nerve stimulation as necessary. Collaboration with colleagues internally and externally is encouraged. Each Regional fellow is expected to perform over 1,000 blocks annually. These skills will be essential towards building a versatile career. This  program has been developed in response to the increasing demand for sophisticated regional anesthesia techniques in pediatric populations and the recognition that the next generation of pediatric anesthesiologists will benefit greatly from advanced knowledge and skill in regional anesthesia. Several months will be spent learning how to implement and run a ‘transitional pain service.’ This unique opportunity (there are few such programs in the country) allows the continuity in care for managing post-surgical patients who have persistent pain longer than expected, and will involve interacting with a multidisciplinary team of health care providers including multiple national- and internationally recognized faculty. During the Fellowship, four days per week will be spent providing care for patients undergoing orthopedic and plastic (hand) surgery. Ruby Memorial Hospital is a tertiary referral and level 1 trauma center, the regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine service benefits from exposure to a highly diverse case-mix. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 monthsNumber of positions: 3Salary: 100,000Application deadline: Until position is filled. For instance, UPMC Mercy and UPMC Presbyterian provides extensive experience in trauma and burns. Additionally, we have a Perioperative Surgical Home program for our total joint Arthroplasty patients. Fellows may choose 1 optional Department-supported elective from a variety of options including an international volunteer mission, advanced training/certification in Point-of-Care Ultrasound (PoCUS), an academic observership at a national or international institution, additional weeks for research/academic activity, an additional rotation on the Acute Pain Service, and 1-2 weeks’ experience with the Critical Care Team, among other options. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 months Positions: 1 Salary: PGY5 salary + opportunities for OR per-diem/OT Deadline: Until position is filled. Optional 0.2 FTE stipend for 1 day/week of independent general anesthesia shift work which is approximately an additional $60k/year. The application must include a letter of intent (stating the desired start date, and describing personal goals in undertaking the fellowship as well as future career objectives), curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation. Louis, MO 63110United States, Telephone: (314) 362-4449Website: www.anest.wustl.edu/regional_and_ambulatory. The training program is 12 months long equally divided into into 3 rotations: While on the regional anesthesia & acute pain service, the fellow will gain vast experience in regional anesthesia techniques by performing peripheral nerve blocks and thoracic epidurals. St. Paul’s Hospital features a busy block room associated with the main operating rooms which is staffed daily with a dedicated anesthesiologist and an anaesthesia assistant. After completion of the fellowship, graduates will be experts in the management of acute pain in the perioperative and peri-trauma period, will have developed the knowledge and skills necessary to be a valued consultant in the perioperative management of acute and acute-on-chronic pain, and will have developed expertise in the performance of peripheral nerve and central neuraxial blocks.Fellows will participate in various educational activities throughout their training which are done in collaboration with several other fellowship programs in the area, including workshops with hands-on cadaver dissections, point-of-care clinical ultrasonography education, and intramural journal clubs. Phone: (312) 926-8105, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology251 E. Huron, F5-704Chicago, IL 60660United States, Telephone: (312) 926-8105Fax: (312) 926-9206Website: www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/.../Regional/index.html, Antoun Nader, M.D., Fellowship Director, Adult and Pediatric Regional Anesthesia and Acute PainSanthanam Suresh, Fellowship Co-DirectorM. Fellows will also have opportunities to further develop teaching skills as faculty at many of the educational initiatives offered by our Department of Anesthesia, including our quarterly Hands-On Ultrasound for Regional Anesthesia Workshops, the annual Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Conference, and bi-annual International Symposium on Ultrasound in Regional Anesthesia in Pain Medicine. Email: laurieann.hembree@vumc.org Two regional anesthesia beginning in July and one regional anesthesia beginning in January. Adequate exposure to interventional pain modalities is provided but this is not the fellowship focus. This well-developed curriculum includes conferences that focus on ch… Clinical time is spent delivering anesthetic services or working on the Perioperative Pain Service providing direct clinical care as a consultant or supervising trainees or medical students. Our practise includes a diverse mix of ultrasound guided upper and lower extremity nerve blocks, continuous perineurial catheter insertions, ambulatory “home” perineural catheter analgesia, truncal blocks, and neuraxial techniques. Research Exposure:Initiation and/or participation in completion of at least one IRB-approved clinical research protocol during the training period. With our guidance of patients through the perioperative process, we have been able to both reduce length of stay and increase patient satisfaction. Lastly, the fellow will be provided an opportunity to supervise anesthesia residents in anesthesia in the use of ultrasonography for peripheral and central neuraxial blocks. IMGs must have completed a training program in anesthesia and be a fully recognized specialist in a previous jurisdiction prior to undertaking a fellowship. The successful applicant will have an M.D. Fellows will have protected research time and are expected to initiate and complete at least one major academic project during their fellowship as well as present at a national conference. Fellow participation in clinical research and presentation at national/regional meetings are strongly encouraged. The Acute Pain Service manages postoperative patients at all 3 sites including some referrals with challenging chronic and cancer pain. clinical income   Deadline: Until position is filled. Candidates must be board-certified or eligible for certification in Anesthesiology. Contact person: Fellowship Coordinator Email: anita.gupta@drexelmed.edu Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 2   Salary: Current PGY-5, $1,500 stipend for meetings   Deadline: Until position is filled. Fellows are also expected to participate in an academic project during the fellowship year with the goal of publication and/or presentation at a national conference. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: $70,000 plus benefits*Application deadline: until position filled; Case by case basis for any extensions. A 2-year, advanced program in combination with a clinical research track is available, and opportunities for moonlighting are available***, Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 3Salary: $76,201 plus benefitsApplication deadline: Primary Deadline: 3/1/20, Secondary Deadline: 4/15/20, Contact person: Chelsea Gubbins, Fellowship Coordinator Email: Jaime.baratta@jefferson.edu Our Regional Anesthesia Service performs over 3000 regional procedures per year, both inside and outside of the operating rooms. Applications are due at least 18 months in advance of the start date. Fellows will become proficient in basic and advanced blocks of the upper extremity, lower extremity, thorax, abdomen, and head and neck. Excellent guidance and tuition is provided for the use of ultrasound imaging during both plexus and extremity blockade. Additionally, fellows will obtain appointment as Clinical Instructor at UCI and work in the operating rooms as an attending. Prior to starting training, the applicant must have a CT State Medical License. Phone: (919) 681-9941, Department of Anesthesiology, Duke Medical CenterBox 3094Durham, NC 27710United States, Telephone: (919) 681-9941Fax: (919) 688-2081Website: anesthesiology.duke.edu, Michael Kent, MD, Fellowship DirectorJoseph Mathew, MD, MBA, Program Chair, Category: Chronic Pain   Duration: 1 year   Positions: 3   Salary: TBD   Deadline: 5/31/2015, Upon receipt of your ERAS application, the Residency Selection Committee will review applicant credentials. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 3   Salary: $80,036   Deadline: Until position is filled. The group conducts several regional anesthesia workshops throughout the year in which fellows are expected to participate, first as attendees, and then as faculty. The fellow has tremendous opportunities to shape biweekly didactic programs and workshops for residents, to lead in the development and establishment of our subspecialty, and to expand our practice into other surgical settings such as pediatric, trauma, perioperative ultrasound use, and international missions. Our fellowship is non ACGME accredited. We currently provide a full regional and cadaver workshop for our residents 2 times per year in which the fellow will play an integral role in both preparing and teaching residents. The fellow will both receive and educate trainees via organized lectures, journal clubs and grand rounds. Contact person: Maria Cristina Wells-Albornoz, Fellowship Coordinator Phone: (323) 409-7748, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Southern California1520 San Pablo Street, Suite 3451Los Angeles, CA 90033United States, Telephone: (323) 409-7748Website: keck.usc.edu/anesthesiology/training-education/fellowship-programs/regional-anesthesiology, Rana Movahedi, MD, Associate Fellowship Director, Chase Smith, MD, Section Chief of Regional and Orthopedic Anesthesia, Kevin Guthmiller, MD, Chief of Inpatient Pain Service, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 4   Salary: 81,827 approx   Deadline: 3/15/2019. Our fellow supervises and performs over 4,000 peripheral nerve blocks annually, with 800 of these blocks involving nerve catheters. Ted Schubert MD FRCPCDr. Fellows are required to participate in scholarly activities, which may include clinical research projects, presentations at national meetings, Grand Rounds presentations, or teaching initiatives with the residents and medical students. for add. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 2   Salary: 145,000   Deadline: Until position is filled. The department offers mentorship by expert researchers, educators, and lecturers in the field of Anesthesiology. The salary is $76,201 plus benefits. We perform over 200 peripheral nerve blocks each months and collaborate with our surgical colleagues to create best practice perioperative pain pathways. The Drexel University College of Medicine and Department of Anesthesiology is pleased to offer a Fellowship in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management, and is now accepting applications for this academic year. Our practice works with a wide spectrum of surgical service lines and thus is composed of performing a variety of peripheral nerve blocks (single shot and continuous catheters) alongside neuraxial techniques. Resume, motivation letter, and two recommendation letters must be sent to Dr Sebastien Garneau, Dept. Lori Olivieri MD FRCPCDr. Please submit application as well as current CV and 3 letters of recommendation. We have multiple collaborations with the departments of orthopedics, OB-GYN, and cardiothoracic surgery in order to deliver effective opioid sparing postoperative pain management. At the completion of the training, fellows will be able to perform a comprehensive array of regional techniques, set up an ambulatory or hospital-based regional service and become prepared for the practice setting of their choice: academic or private. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 1Salary: $66,492 plus benefitsApplication deadline: Applications are accepted throughout the year and the fellow will be accepted on a rolling basis. Fellows participate in the following 4 sub rotations: Regardless of rotation, fellows will be relieved to attend protected didactic time every Tuesday afternoon from 4-5 pm during which a variety of regional anesthesia topics will be discussed. Dear Prospective Applicant, Thank you for your interest in our Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine Fellowship Program. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: $62,001Application deadline: Rolling, Contact person: J. Blair de Haan, MD, Fellowship Director Fellows will be expected to present regularly (at least monthly) at these rounds, and supervise presenting residents. Contact person: Sharon Stiles, Fellowship Coordinator The physician is responsible for purchasing health and insurance benefits, if not Canadian or a Permanent Resident of Canada. Category: Chronic PainDuration: 1 yearNumber of positions: 1Salary: Competitive to the regionApplication deadline: May 31, 2019. Phone: (212) 305-3226, Columbia University, Department of Anesthesiology, Regional Anesthesia Fellowship Program622 West 168th Street - PH 5New York, NY 10032United States, Danielle Ludwin, MD, Fellowship DirectorAnsgar Brambrink, MD, PhD, Chairman, Department of AnesthesiologyRobin Brown, MBChB, FFA Chief, Regional Anesthesia & Acute Pain Medicine, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 mos. We are especially interested in candidates with a goal of pursuing academic career and we offer the opportunity for formal education through the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatics at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania resulting in a certificate of clinical research during the fellowship year. The regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine service provides services to the main hospital operating rooms, the outpatient surgical center within the main hospital, and all inpatient units within Ruby Memorial Hospital. Lower extremity blocks will include ultrasound guided femoral, sciatic, popliteal, lateral femoral cutaneous, and ankle blocks. Fellows will also gain expertise in continuous catheter perineural infusion techniques for both the upper and lower extremities, as well as neuraxial blocks. Fellows will also be part-time faculty instructors at University Hospital and will be eligible to practice general anesthesia independently to maintain valuable general OR anesthesia skills. All applicants must be eligible for an unlimited medical license through the Oregon Medical Board. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 1   Salary: $67,226   Deadline: Until position is filled. Fellows are expected to present their research at national and international meetings as well as publish their work in high-impact journals. Opportunity will be available to hone recognition of sono-anatomy, appropriate block selection, needling skills, single shot and catheter blocks. Email: csolera1@jhmi.edu, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine1800 Orleans Street/Blalock 1408Baltimore, MD 21287United States. Candidates must have completed specialty training by the time of commencement of fellowship, to a level equivalent to Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada certification. All candidates must obtain an Illinois Temporary or Permanent License and have taken USMLE Step 3 prior to training. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 1   Salary: PGY-5 salary   Deadline: Until position is filled. Fellows will also participate in acute pain service rounds one week out of six, longitudinally throughout their fellowship year. Note:  Applications accepted: 18 to 12 months in advance of starting date. The main objective of our fellowship program is to provide a nurturing atmosphere in which to acquire and grow knowledge and technical skills necessary to provide superb clinical care, develop educator skills and foster clinical innovation and prospective quality research. Phone: (919) 966-5136, N2198 UNC Hospitals Box 7010Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7010United States, Telephone: (919) 996-5136Website: www.med.unc.edu/anesthesiology/education/pain-fellowship, B. Chidgey, D. James, A. Lobonc, J. Rountree, M. Wunnava. Fellows on the attending rotation will get guidance from our staff of board-certified, fellowship-trained anesthesiologists who are experienced in orienting new attending anesthesiologists. Medical Student TeachingFellows are invited to participate in medical student teaching and outreach. Applicants must be eligible to hold a New York State License or Limited Permit and are requested to forward their CV, personal statement and two letters of recommendation to Michelle Meehan by October 1st for the following academic year. For individuals considering pain fellowship as well as the Johns Hopkins T32 Post-doctoral Research Training Program, please email to the Program Coordinator a separate, second page to the personal statement describing (1) your history and motivation for an academic career and (2) a proposed research question related to pain. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: Positions FilledSalary: $63,209.00 + Education FundApplication deadline: Until position is filled. Required supporting documents:CVMedical School TranscriptsMedical School Performance EvaluationUSMLE (or COMLEX) scoresIn-Service Exam Scores ABA Basic Examination score reportThree letters of recommendation, including one from your training program director, Send completed applications and all supporting materials to sarah.matya@unmc.edu, Contact person: Amy Guziec, Fellowship Coordinator In addition to spending two out of five days per week in the Block Room, the fellow will provide anesthesia care in such related areas as orthopedic, plastic and vascular surgery. Clinical Exposure:Emphasis on regional anesthesia for orthopaedic surgery during the core months of training including refining skills for single-shot peripheral nerve and neuraxial blocks, and extensive training in perineural catheter placement and management techniques. Phone: (734) 936-4280, University of Michigan Medical Center1500 E. Medical Center DriveAnn Arbor, MI 48109United States, Telephone: (734) 936-4280Website: anes.med.umich.edu/index.html, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 2   Salary: $67,521 + benefits (PGY-5 stipend for 2019-2020)   Deadline: Rolling application; final deadline 4/15/20. Pain Medicine (Multidisciplinary) This is a December Application Cycle specialty. Final selection decisions are generally made 1 year in advance of the start date. Applications are accepted from April until the end of July each year. Email: tdempsey@kumc.edu, Department of Anesthesiology - Kansas University Medical Center, MS 10343901 Rainbow BlvdKansas City, KS 66160-7415United States, Telephone: (913) 945-7795Fax: (913) 588-3365Website: www.kumc.edu/anes. Unique to our program is an elective rotation where different regional anesthesia, pain management, and/or point of care ultrasound experiences can be explored in other clinical settings. Our faculty consists of a dedicated group of nationally recognized educators, speakers, and fellowship-trained experts. The Acute Pain Service at Tampa General Hospital consists of Attendings, nine Advanced Practice Providers and ten Block Nurses. We have committed all of our 10 positions to the Match and will no longer offer off cycle positions. Opportunities for global health engagement. During a typical week Fellows spend four (4) days on education, training and research and and work one (1) day in the OR as a staff anesthesiologist to generate salary support. Their time at West Chester Hospital will give them a chance to provide excellent perioperative pain care in a suburban, community hospital setting. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 1   Salary: 80,000   Deadline: Until position is filled. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 months   Positions: 2   Salary: $155,000 plus benefits   Deadline: Until position is filled. 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Fellows will also work with various disciplines including general surgery, vascular surgery, gynecologic cases, plastic surgery, and pediatric patients. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 4   Salary: $66,582 + Education Stipend   Deadline: Until position is filled. Peripheral nerve catheters are regularly employed, giving fellows the opportunity to learn about their management in both the inpatient and ambulatory settings. Fellows will rotate at a variety of sites that provide a robust and diverse experience. The Andrews Institute Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship is a unique one year training opportunity with a private practice outpatient anesthesiology group at the Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, home of world famous orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews. Email: Donna.Pappy@jax.ufl.edu At each site the fellows train under the direct supervision of a Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain faculty. Teaching Exposure:Active participation in the education of Anesthesiology, Orthopaedic and Podiatric Residents on service.Participation in teaching workshops offered by the department during the training period. Contact person: Taylor Stein, Fellowship Program Coordinator We have very busy regional anesthesia and acute pain services with a diverse patient population. Fellowship rotations will involve managing multimodal analgesia, neuraxial and peripheral nerve catheters, local anesthetics and narcotic infusion, as well as non-narcotic analgesic adjuvants with emphasis on indications, contraindications, side effects, potential complications and daily management of patients on the Acute Pain Service. Fellows are also encouraged to participate in academic endeavors, such as book chapters or poster presentations, and may attend one conference of their choice. Fellows rotate between these three locations, working individually and with residents to coordinate care and complete blocks. Email: reganesthesia@ucsd.edu, UCSD Department of Anesthesiology9500 Gilman Drive, MS 0898La Jolla, CA 92093-0898United States, Telephone: (858) 822-0776Fax: (858) 657-5014Website: medschool.ucsd.edu/som/anesthesia/education/fellowships/Pages/regional-anesthesia-fellowship.aspx, Rodney Gabriel, MD, MAS, Fellowship Director. Fellows participate in at least one of the RA team's ongoing research projects, including manuscript preparation and data presentation at department and national meetings. The fellow will work at high volume surgery centers, becoming proficient at perioperative regional procedures and ambulatory anesthesia. Fellows perform in the capacity of a PGY-5 level trainee. Final selection decisions are generally made 1 year in advance of the start date. Email: kkirby@pennstatehealth.psu.edu Management of patients into the postoperative period in association with ERAS protocols is emphasized. The goal of this fellowship is for the advanced learner to acquire expertise in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine. The University provides a nurturing and supportive environment with regional nurse coordinators and significant faculty support. Applications are due at least 18 months in advance of the start date, Link for application: http://www.schulich.uwo.ca/anesthesia/education/fellowship/application_requirements.html, Contact person: Andrea Fragassi, Fellowship Program Administrator The Fellowship is designed to provide extensive clinical training as well as opportunities for scholarly activities as well as teaching residents and medical students in a dynamic, fast paced setting. Gulf Breeze is also a fabulous place to live, with sugar-white beaches, outdoor activities, a small town and a friendly atmosphere. Phone: (860) 972-2117, 80 Seymour StreetJB333Hartford, CT 06102United States, Telephone: (860) 972-2117Website: iaapartners.com/regional-anesthesia-and-acute-pain-management-fellowships, Hartford HospitalBone & Joint InstituteThe Hospital of Central ConnecticutHartford Hospital Eye Surgery CenterConnecticut Children's, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 1   Salary: 200k+3.5k education stipend, 4 weeks vacation   Deadline: June 1st. Single-shot blocks and catheters are placed daily for adult and pediatric patients and many of our patients (over 1,500 in 2015) are discharged home with perineural infusions (including interscalene, supra/infraclavicular, femoral, saphenous and sciatic). A host of other techniques are employed during the one-year fellowship. The Medical Center has a well staffed Cancer Centerand we provide consultative service and management for cancer patients with a spectrum of painful conditions. It is our hope that during the time with us, fellows grow in clinical ability and knowledge as well as develop their professional and interpersonal skills, in addition to attaining confidence to perform as an effective consultant in regional anesthesia and acute pain management. While the majority of our blocks are placed using ultrasound guidance, fellows will also become proficient using traditional techniques. The University of Cincinnati’s Department of Anesthesiology proudly offers a one-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine. We want to engage you in all the experiences related to our subspecialty. The fellow will work clinically four days per week with one day dedicated to non-clinical/academic activities. Aside from the clinical experience, the curriculum is focused on a broad range of areas, leveraging our superb faculty to provide exposure to an array of topics including deep dives into anatomy, practice and service management, ERAS principles and practice, classic and emerging techniques for regional, informatics, education techniques, etc. We are seeking a motivated and dedicated individual to join the Department of Anesthesia as a regional anesthesia & acute pain fellow. The Adult & Pediatric Regional Anesthesiology fellowship is an accredited program, so both American and international medical graduates may apply. The West Virginia University Health System, the state’s largest health system, is comprised of ten hospitals – its flagship hospital and academic medical center, Ruby Memorial Hospital is in Morgantown. The University of Utah has a volume of approximately 2,000 single shot blocks, 2800 perineural catheters, and 700 neuraxial procedures per year. Journal club will be held between 2 and 4 times per month for the duration of the fellowship. Contact person: Pat Gallo, Fellowship Coordinator Fellows are expected to engage in a research or quality improvement project with a faculty mentor, with the goal of publication or presentation at a national meeting. There are opportunities to participate in ongoing research projects such as outcomes in regional anesthesia, acute pain management for patients with a history of addiction, and several quality improvement initiatives. The fellows will be exposed to various types of peripheral nerve blocks, as well as placement of indwelling catheters for postoperative pain management using both nerve stimulation and ultrasound. Contact person: Bernadette Martin, Fellowship Coordinator The fellow will be expected to perform a high volume and variety of regional anesthetic techniques. Contact person: Shelly Sords, MBA, Fellowship Coordinator The fellow will become skilled in the evaluation and treatment of chronic and cancer pain. There are also opportunities to teach workshops at departmental educational seminars or at a multi-institutional local/regional conference, present posters at national meetings, attend a full day POCUS seminar, etc. Email: pgallo@stfranciscare.org This program commences in July of each year and is 12 months in duration. The following documents are required via ERAS: Only applicants that submit all of the requested paperwork via ERAS will be reviewed. Fellows are required to attend weekly formal lectures; monthly journal clubs and pediatric regional ultrasound workshops. This rotation allows the fellows to hone their skills by providing high volumes of blocks and provides the opportunities to explore new and different procedures. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 4   Salary: $75,000 CDN   Deadline: Until position is filled. The fellow will rotate with the UC Health pain management clinic to learn chronic pain medicine and its significant overlap with acute pain medicine. Contact person: Pamela Shaw, Fellowship Coordinator This includes hands-on training in ultrasound guided peripheral nerve blocks, management of peripheral nerve catheters, neuraxial anesthesia/analgesia and multimodal pharmacological approaches to postoperative pain management. The acute pain service week will require on-call availability, but on-call is taken from home with most issues resolved over the phone. Training for Johns Hopkins Pain Management Fellows emphasizes analysis and management of clinical and research problems, as well as innovation using practical solutions such as procedural, pharmacotherapeutic, physiatric, and/or mind/body therapies. Additionally, the fellow would have training in interventional pain procedures and pain consultations. The program performs approximately 5,000 peripheral nerve blocks and 1,000 neuraxial blocks for acute post-operative pain treatment each year.Fellowship training is designed to develop expertise in the practice and theory of regional anesthesia and acute pain management techniques. The position is for the 2018-2020 academic years. The MD Anderson Pain Medicine Fellowship Program is a one-year, ACGME-accredited training program with a mission to educate future pain medicine physicians in evidence-based clinical practice to provide outstanding patient-centered care to the international patient population at MD Anderson in alignment with MD Anderson’s core values of caring, integrity and discovery. Our division holds quarterly ultrasound anatomy workshops for interested medical students. Contact person: Scott E. Thomas, MD, MBA, Fellowship Director The Regional Anesthesia fellow will typically complete the following rotations during the one-year fellowship in addition to completing the research requirement for fellows: In the clinical setting, the fellow will be expected to: Besides attending clinical conferences affiliated with the department, the fellow will be given the opportunity to teach and supervise our residents. The program emphasizes pre-operative assessment, patient selection, patient education and in-depth understanding of physiology and pharmacology in the provision of patient care. Graduates of the fellowship should be competent in all areas of perioperative management of patients receiving neuraxial or peripheral nerve blocks. When you graduate you will be among the country’s most sought after regional fellowship trained anesthesiologists in an increasingly competitive job market. Position: 80 percent Fellowship and 20 percent Attending Anesthesiologist, Benefits: Health InsuranceVacation and Leave Time – 4 weeksMoonlighting Avaliable once ABA board exams passed. In addition, monthly journal clubs and ultrasound workshops will be held with a focus on regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine. Contact Sharon Stiles (sstiles@mcw.edu ) for more information to apply. Derdemezi, M.D., Program ChairDavid Cho, M.D., Fellowship Director, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia   Duration: 12 Months   Positions: 3   Salary: $65,000   Deadline: May 31st of the previous year, Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 3Salary: $65,000Application deadline: May 31st of the previous year, Contact person: Michael Tom, MD, Fellowship Director Fellows will actively participate in the education of residents: Residents rotate for 1 month at a time at each location. During the Fellowship, four days per week will be spent providing care for patients undergoing orthopedic and plastic (hand) surgery. All interviews will be conducted virtually. The fellowship is based out of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Nebraska Medicine which is a large, tertiary care center and level 1 trauma center. Applications should be made at least 18 months in advance, and shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by Skype. Rush University Medical Center offers a formal 12-month fellowship in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine. Email: mcwells@med.miami.edu Box 980695Richmond, VA 23298-0695United States, Telephone: (804) 828-2207Fax: (804) 828-8300Website: www.anesthesiology.vcu.edu. |. The Pain Management Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Sidney Kimmel Medical College is accredited for training by the ACGME. 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