Medical Education in Emergency Medicine Fellowship Curriculum
The Medical Education in Emergency Medicine Fellowship program’s curriculum includes the three domains of teaching, scholarship, and administration recommended in “Education Scholarship Fellowships: An Emerging Model for Creating Educational Leaders,” published in 2016.
Fellows will be actively involved in regular educational sessions with both residents and medical students. This will occur at bedside teaching, classroom, and simulation settings. Fellows present lectures and educational content throughout the academic year and serve as mentors to medical students and residents.
Fellows also serve as assistant clinical instructors with the opportunity to work shifts as an attending in the emergency departments at William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, Parkland Hospital, and Children’s Medical Center Dallas.
Fellows complete a quality improvement and research project in the area of education with the intent for publication. They also have opportunities to attend multiple national conferences for the purposes of scholarship, professional development, and networking within medical education communities.
Fellows are part of multiple committees and departmental leadership meetings for both residents and medical students. They serve in various leadership roles throughout the academic year and have an opportunity to be involved with UT Southwestern’s Office of Graduate Medical Education.