• The fellowship experience includes several components: clinical experiences, didactics, and a scholarly activity in quality improvement and/or clinical research.
  • The clinical experiences are mainly outpatient, at the University of Colorado Hospital, Barbara Davis Center,  Anschutz Health and Wellness Center and Denver Health Medical Center. Fellows see patients in diabetes-focused continuity clinics and specialty clinics in diabetes in pregnancy, renal, cardiovascular/lipid, weight management, ophthalmology, and wound care.
  • Fellows are taught by core clinical teaching faculty.
  • Didactics include formal teaching as well as informal bedside/clinic teaching by attendings
  • Fellows are expected to present a case discussion at the Endocrinology Grand Rounds and participate actively in diabetes conferences and Journal Club.
  • Fellows participate in a scholarly activity throughout the year which is a diabetes-related quality improvement or clinical research project, and present findings toward the end of the fellowship year.
  • Attendance at the Practical Ways to Achieve Targets in Diabetes Care (ATDC) conference in July (start of fellowship year) and the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Scientific Sessions in June (end of fellowship year) is expected.
  • Fellows meet regularly with the program director and associate director, and receive periodic evaluations.
  • The fellowship program undergoes continuous improvement based on feedback from fellows, faculty and staff.
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