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Advanced Fellowship in Health Services Research

Minneapolis VA Healthcare System

Diana Burgess, PhD
Elisheva Danan, MD, MPH
Michele Spoont, PhD

Diana Burgess, PhD

One Veteran's Drive

Building 9/152

Minneapolis

MN

55417

612-467-1979

6127275699

ccdor.fellowship@va.gov

Career Focus:

Clinician-Investigators

Principal Focus:

Clinician-Investigators

 

Yes : 12/15/2021

07/01/2022

33

31

23

Clinician investigation  40.00%

Clinician education  10.00%

Government  27.00%

Public Health  %

Health Policy  %

Other  23.00%

26

11

Yes

Department of Veterans Affairs Ambulatory Care Fellowship Program

  Number of Total Positions Annual Salary (excluding benefits) Weeks Paid Vacation
2 per year, PGY-Level

No

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

Liability (Malpractice) Insurance

Health Insurance

Dental Insurance

Life Insurance

Parking

Time off for conferences/educational leave

Personal work space

Funds for Conference Registration

Funds for Conference Travel

Access to computer for research

Access to statistician/computer programmer

Access to statistical software

Funds for research expenses

Graduate school tuition

Special programs, including visiting professors

Yes

0

 on call nights/month
 

0

 on call nights/month
 

Yes

Yes

Yes

semi-annually

Yes

  GIM Faculty Affiliated Program Faculty
GeriatricsTrueTrue
Epidemiology/Clinical Epidemiology True  
Medical EducationTrueTrue
Health Services ResearchTrueTrue
Clinical PharmacologyTrue  
Observational Studies (cohort studies)True  
Intervention Studies (including clinical trials)True  
Comparative effectiveness researchTrueTrue
Health Policy  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   1

Yes   1

Yes   4

Yes   1

 
Numbers above indicate # of conferences attended per month
3.00%
 
3.00%
 
10.00%
 
54.00%
 
6.00%
 
4.00%
 
20.00%
 
 %
 

Yes

Yes

2

Yes

 MPH

 

 MS
 

n/a

No

$/year

The CCDOR-HSR fellowship provides two years of training for eligible physician, dentist, nursing, and associated health professionals, including social scientists who study health and healthcare. Fellows spend approximately 80% of their time in research and education and 20% in clinical care (or healthcare system improvement activities for non-clinicians) at the Minneapolis VA Health Care System. All fellows are paired with a Primary Research Mentor, selected from a talented cadre of CCDOR investigators, and an Operations Mentor. Operations Mentors are clinical or operational leaders who will help fellows address high priority research questions, navigate systems barriers to change, and ultimately conduct more impactful research. Our innovative curriculum emphasizes experiential mentored learning, embedded research, and formal methodologic training. Candidates interested in trauma recovery, chronic pain and opioid harms reduction, health equity, implementation science and Learning Health Systems, and cancer prevention and screening may find CCDOR a particularly good fit. Candidates with other interests are also encouraged to apply. MD fellows must have (or be close to completing) the following requirements: have graduated from an ACGME accredited residency, be board certified or board eligible, and have an active unrestricted U.S. medical license. These requirements must be completed prior to starting the fellowship. International medical graduates must also have an ECFMG certificate that is valid indefinitely. Physicians in all areas are encouraged to apply, but those who are in internal medicine, psychiatry, or rehabilitation medicine will have a broader pool of mentors from which to choose. To learn more, visit www.ccdor.research.va.gov or email: ccdor.fellowship@va.gov Deadline: December 15th

 

 

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