Advanced Hospital Medicine Clinical Scholars Program
One-year program designed to build expertise in POCUS, evidence-based medicine, Bayesian Reasoning, and medical Education. Clinical Scholars are hired as Faculty and participate in educational didactics at the beginning of the year, transitioning into clinical practice. Scholars will function as a 0.5 FTE faculty and will be assigned a mix of day, swing, admitting, and night shifts. The scholar will have direct access to the core faculty of the program who will help facilitate incorporation of POCUS and EBM skills to daily patient care.
Choose an area of interest such as POCUS research (i.e., diagnostic test characteristic, outcomes, patient satisfaction), clinical decision making (i.e., development of point of care decision tools), evidence based medicine (i.e., plan and conduct a meta-analysis under mentorship of core faculty), or curriculum development. The expectation is to have large portion of the project completed by the end of the year, preferably submitted for a presentation and/or as a manuscript for publication
Develop Expertise in the following clinical areas:
Point of Care Ultrasonography
Advanced Clinical Decision Making
Advanced Critical Appraisal of Medical Literature
Amiran Baduashvili, MD
Associate Program Director: Carolina Ortiz-Lopez, MD
Global Health Hospital Medicine Scholars Program
The one-year Global Health Hospital Medicine Scholars Program aims to train future hospitalist-leaders for careers in resource-limited and underserved settings. Scholars will pursue a total of six months of international work, in combination with six months at our tertiary care academic center in Aurora, Colorado. The program will provide training in health care delivery to resource-limited settings, quality and system improvement, cultural competency, teaching skills, and leadership. The program is geared toward internal medicine graduates who plan to pursue career paths in global health and underserved populations in academic medicine.
Current international practice sites include Zimbabwe, Nepal, and Guatemala. While abroad, scholars are encouraged to conduct clinical research related to new or ongoing projects at their site(s) of interest. They will participate in regular teleconferences with mentors to discuss clinical and research questions. While at CU-Anschutz, scholars will be active in clinical hospitalist work, as well as teaching within the internal medicine residency and underserved pathway.
Scholars will have access to the wide range of global health-related resources at CU-Anschutz, including the Center for Global Health, the School of Public Health, and a wide range of faculty within the School of Medicine who are involved in international clinical work and research.
Scholars are hired as Instructor Faculty, benefits can be found on the CU Benefits page: https://www.cu.edu/cu-careers/perks/anschutz-medical-campus
For more information please contact program manager Cayleigh Brown, MS or the Director, Dr. Reem Hanna.
Reem Hanna, MD – Director