Our faculty development programs are oriented to facilitate success for faculty members as individuals, as team members of the Department of Emergency Medicine, and as community members at the University of Colorado and beyond. We take a holistic view of faculty development: we are evidence-based and data-driven in providing resources that can help careers, such as education, mentoring, and sponsorship. The long-term faculty development goal is academic persistence, meaning that faculty members can achieve short term outcomes needed to progress in rank, get promoted, and build long-lasting careers contributing to and leading meaningful work.
RMPDS has trained over 70 medical and clinical toxicologists since launching the first Medical Toxicology fellowship program in 1976. We have several programs in which we train medical and clinical toxicologists, from the United States and abroad.
This fellowship is designed to blend formal didactic education, wilderness research, expedition experience, and diverse teaching opportunities. The Fellowship is hosted by the University of Colorado Section of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine.
Our Mission: To improve the care of combat related injury and illness through innovation, research, and advanced development with military and civilian collaboration.
The Global Emergency Care Initiative (GECI) supports novel partnerships and practical solutions to bring timely, quality emergency care to all people, especially in resource-limited contexts.