Educational Opportunities and Mentoring
The MetroHealth System is pleased to announce a new fellowship to prepare pre and postdoctoral clinicians as independent investigators who measure and improve population health.
The fellowship will provide didactic and experiential training in community-engaged research, clinical informatics, epidemiology, biostatistics, research methods, clinical trial design, implementation science, quality improvement, grant and manuscript writing, and dissemination. Mentorship is a key facet of this fellowship. Fellows will work closely with a research, career, and a community mentor to complete a community-engaged project and a quality improvement project. This fellowship is intended to prepare practicing healthcare professionals for careers in population health research where they would continue their clinical work along with non-clinical roles in addressing population health related issues.
Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) (MetroHealth) is pleased to offer 2-year ACGME accredited Clinical Informatics Fellowship positions through MetroHealth’s Center for Clinical Informatics Research and Education. These fellowship positions are open to physicians who will have completed a residency prior to starting the fellowship.
The fellowship is designed to provide physicians with clinical informatics training and experience to complement their clinical training. The fellowship is ideally suited to help prepare trainees to be board-eligible in Clinical Informatics.See complete program details on our Graduate Medical Education website.
The MetroHealth System is pleased to announce that we are recruiting a new cohort of Primary Care Champions to start in March 2022.
The program will provide didactic and experiential training in quality improvement, systems of care, addressing social determinants of health, and leadership and professional development. Mentorship is a key facet of this program. Participants will work closely with a mentor to complete a quality improvement project. The goal of this program is to emphasize content and skills critical those current and future primary care team members that provide care for an underserved population.
See complete program details.