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Academic Generalist Fellowship

Medical University of South Carolina

William P. Moran MD MS, General Internal Medicine
Vanessa Diaz MD, Family Medicine
William Basco MD MS, General Pediatrics

Jessica Bright, Program Coordinator

Department of Family Medicine

Medical University of South Carolina

Charleston

SC

29425

843-876-2926

brighjd@musc.edu

Career Focus:

Clinician-Investigators

Clinician-Educators

Principal Focus:

Clinician-Investigators

Clinician-Educators

 

No

07/01/2018

8

8

7

Clinician investigation  30.00%

Clinician education  70.00%

Government  %

Public Health  %

Health Policy  %

Other  %

8

4

Yes

General Internal Medicine Faculty Development Program (from HRSA)

  Number of Total Positions Annual Salary (excluding benefits) Weeks Paid Vacation
3 positions Salary including stipend, clinical and incentives: $140,000 Paid vacation 22 days/year

No

    # of First Year Positions Approximate?
Current Year 5 3 Yes
Next Year 5 3 Yes

Liability (Malpractice) Insurance

Health Insurance

Disability Insurance

Life Insurance

Retirement Plan

Time off for conferences/educational leave

Personal work space

Funds for Conference Registration

Funds for Conference Travel

Funds for books, journals, etc

Access to computer for research

Access to statistician/computer programmer

Access to statistical software

Graduate school tuition

Yes

2

 on call nights/month
 

2

 on call nights/month
 

Yes

Yes

Yes

quarterly

Yes

  GIM Faculty Affiliated Program Faculty
GeriatricsTrue  
Medical EducationTrue  
Health Services ResearchTrue  
Health EconomiesTrue  
Observational Studies (cohort studies)True  
Intervention Studies (including clinical trials)True  
Epidemiology/Clinical Epidemiology  True
Decision Analysis/Clinical Decision Making  True
Clinical Pharmacology  True
Behavioral or Social Medicine  True
Public Health  True
Comparative effectiveness research  True
 

Number of Conferences/over

Fellows Attend what period of time

Journal club

Research conferences

Teaching methods conferences

Clinical conferences

Work in Progress Seminars

Yes   1

Yes   2

Yes   1

Yes   1

Yes   1

 
10.00%
 
18.00%
 
40.00%
 
10.00%
 
%
 
4.00%
 
18.00%
 
 %
 

Yes

Yes

2

Yes

 MPH

 

 MS
 

MSCR

Yes

$/year

The Academic Generalist and Hospitalist Fellowship Programs at the Medical University of South Carolina prepare physicians for careers in academic family medicine, general internal medicine, and general pediatrics. The program is designed to prepare physicians for productive academic careers as educators and as investigators in clinical research, including applications in health services research (HSR), population health, comparative effectiveness research (CER), clinical trials, patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR), implementation science research within practice-based research networks, patient safety, and quality improvement. Topical areas of interest for the faculty include health information technology, pharmacoepidemiology, health disparities, geriatrics, medical education, and the use of large databases in research. The faculty have specific expertise and mentoring skills in identified areas of national need, such as outcomes/health status and quality measurement, biostatistics, epidemiology, health economics, decision analysis, cost effectiveness analysis, and health policy. Fellows will learn both quantitative and qualitative research techniques. The fellowship program is a two year program with an optional third year. As part of the fellowship, each fellow earns a Master of Public Health degree. Fellows perform clinical work within their specialty while classes, seminars, journal club, research training, and other common training activities are shared by all fellows. Fellowship time is structured according to the needs of the applicant. For academic generalist fellows, the time breakdown is 60% research and academic training. For hospitalist fellows, the clinical training is designed to meet the needs of potential future board certification. Non-clinicians devote 100% time.

 

 

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