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Addiction Medicine

Yale University

Jeanette M. Tetrault, MD FACP
Patrick O'Connor, MD MPH

Amanda Leigh

367 Cedar Street

3rd Floor

New Haven

CT

06510

203-785-5208

amanda.leigh@yale.edu

Career Focus:

Clinician-Investigators

Clinician-Educators

Clinician

Principal Focus:

Clinician-Investigators

Clinician-Educators

Clinician

 

No

07/01/2014

3

1

Clinician investigation  %

Clinician education  %

Government  %

Public Health  %

Health Policy  %

Other  %

17

4

No

  Number of Total Positions Annual Salary (excluding benefits) Weeks Paid Vacation
2 67000 2 2 67000 2

Yes

    # of First Year Positions Approximate?
Current Year 2 2 No
Next Year 2 2 No

Liability (Malpractice) Insurance

Health Insurance

Dental Insurance

Disability Insurance

Life Insurance

Retirement Plan

Thrift Savings Plan

Maternity/Paternity Leave

Parking

Time off for conferences/educational leave

Personal work space

Funds for Conference Registration

Funds for Conference Travel

Special programs, including visiting professors

Yes

0

 on call nights/month
 

4

 on call nights/month
 

Yes

Yes

Yes

Every 3-6 months

No

  GIM Faculty Affiliated Program Faculty
Epidemiology/Clinical Epidemiology True  
Medical EducationTrue  
Public HealthTrue  
Intervention Studies (including clinical trials)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   

Yes   

 

Yes   

Yes   

 
10.00%
 
10.00%
 
10.00%
 
20.00%
 
10.00%
 
5.00%
 
40.00%
 
 5.00%
 

No

Yes

2

No

 

 

No

$/year

The two-year Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program at Yale University School of Medicine offers robust clinical and research training in Addiction Medicine. This novel program builds on Yale’s preeminence in the fields of Substance Abuse, Clinical Research and Medical Education and its international reputation for expanding addiction treatment into general medical settings (e.g. primary care, HIV care, emergency department). Working in close collaboration with our well-established Addiction Psychiatry training program and the Yale Division of Addictions, Addiction Medicine fellows, all of whom will have completed residency training, will 1) have the opportunity to rotate at several Yale-affiliated training sites as well as a number of community addiction treatment facilities; 2) take part in a robust Addiction Medicine didactic curriculum focusing on the bio-psycho-social treatment of patients with addiction; and 3) work with faculty from both the School of Medicine and the School of Public Health who are internationally recognized for epidemiologic and clinical trial research focusing on substance use and related medical (e.g. HIV, Hepatitis C, pain) and psychiatric co-morbidities. First-year fellows will obtain clinical training in Addiction Medicine through a variety of inpatient and outpatient training experiences. Training sites include Yale-New Haven Hospital and its affiliated outpatient clinics; VA Connecticut Healthcare System; The APT Foundation, a multi-specialty addiction treatment facility; and the South Central Rehabilitation Center. Additionally, fellows will have the opportunity to gain added training in the complex relationship between addiction and chronic pain. Opportunities to engage in clinical research or medical education projects will begin in the first year. The

 

 

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