This competitive, yearlong fellowship is for family medicine faculty who have responsibility for coordinating or teaching the behavioral science/family systems curriculum in departments or residencies.
The yearlong Emerging Leaders Fellowship offers training, tools, and support for new faculty and those who are transitioning to leadership roles.
The yearlong Leading Change Fellowship offers dyads an experiential curriculum providing skills and resources to enable transformation of a family medicine teaching practice.
MSEDI is a yearlong comprehensive learning experience to advance careers in medical student education.
This fellowship program for new faculty members will provide a 1-year experience in medical journalism with the editorial and publishing teams at Family Medicine. Fellows, after completion of this program, will significantly improve their skills in writing, reviewing, and editing scientific papers; these basic scholarly skills will make them better teachers and leaders.
This fellowship for faculty with 5 or more years of experience in family medicine student education provides a longitudinal exposure to the STFM National Clerkship Curriculum (NCC). The fellow evaluates the use of existing resources for enhanced clerkship application, researches and identifies new and innovative curricula, and serves as an ambassador for NCC by attending conferences, presenting new information, and collaborating with the NCC Editorial Board. By completion of this program, fellows gain significant scholarly experience in research, curricular writing, and reviewing.
Visit the AAFP website to search for family medicine fellowship opportunities.
This program includes online, self-led courses with assignments to provide foundational training for residency faculty. Completion of the track requires approximately 25 hours and covers:
- The structure and requirements of residency education
- How to be an effective and efficient faculty member
- The nuts and bolts of curriculum development and teaching
- Strategies for assessment, feedback, and remediation of residents