Medical Education in Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program
The Medical Education in Emergency Medicine fellowship is a one-year subspecialty program accredited by the Texas Medical Board (TMB) and the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM).
The program is designed for emergency medicine physicians who have graduated from an ACGME-accredited residency program and are board-certified or board-eligible by the American Board of Emergency Medicine or American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine.
Why Train at UT Southwestern
Our fellowship provides structured education in the areas of program management, research and scholarship, and theories for adult learners and teaching.
Our goal for the fellow is to develop knowledge and expertise in areas of medical education, including graduate medical education (GME) and undergraduate medical education (UME); as well as educational skills, program design, mentorship, and faculty development.
Upon completion of this program, the fellow should be able to:
- Contribute to an academic emergency medicine department as an education scholar with a defined subspecialty
- Collaborate with colleagues to produce education scholarship and promote excellence in graduate medical education
- Have the skills, knowledge, and abilities to manage a graduate educational medical program
- Meet departmental and institutional expectations for outstanding educational service, leadership, and productivity