A faculty pool of nationally and internationally recognized researchers, speakers, book authors, and fellowship-trained experts. Phone: (416) 603-5118, Christine Drane, Departmental Administrator, Department of Anesthesia, Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network399 Bathurst St., McL 2-405Toronto, ON M5T 2S8Canada, Telephone: (416) 603-5118Fax: (416) 603-6494, Ki Jinn Chin, Director, Regional Anesthesia Fellowship Program Fellowship Coordinator, Department of Anesthesia. Completion of an Accredited Anesthesiology Residency is required. Email: [email protected]
The program performs approximately 5,000 peripheral nerve blocks and 1,000 neuraxial blocks for acute post-operative pain treatment each year.Fellowship training is designed to develop expertise in the practice and theory of regional anesthesia and acute pain management techniques. The Acute Pain Service manages postoperative patients at all 3 sites including some referrals with challenging chronic and cancer pain. The ACGME-approved Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Fellowship program at Yale University provides trainees with the advanced knowledge and diagnostic and technical skills necessary to build a successful career in the specialty in addition to developing an academic interest in either clinical research or quality and safety research. OUR MEETINGS. The fellow will work clinically four days per week with one day dedicated to non-clinical/academic activities.
The fellowship will provide advanced training in all aspects of pre-operative, intra-operative, and post-operative regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine emphasizing clinical skills, teaching, and research. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 1-2Salary: PGY-5 Salary (Currently $76,148)Application deadline: Until position is filled. For details concerning the program and to submit an on-line application, please visit the link below. Phone: (501) 603-1656, 4301 W. MarkhamSlot 515Little Rock, AR 72205United States, Website: pain.uams.edu/education/fellowship, University of Arkansas for Medical SciencesJohn L. McClellan Memorial Veterans Hospital, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 months Positions: 6 Salary: $69, 010.68 +$10,000 housing stipend Deadline: May 31st. Contact person: Sherin Abraham, Administrative Assistant
Phone: (412) 692-4572, University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology3471 Fifth Avenue, Ste 402, Kaufmann BuildingPittsburgh, PA 15213United States, Telephone: (412) 692-4572Fax: (412) 692-4515Website: www.anes.upmc.edu, Aman Mahajan, MD, PhD, MBA, Program ChairNicolas Schott, MD, Associate Program DirectorNicole Verdecchia, MD, Associate Program Director, Nicholas Schott, MD—Associate Program Director, Brian Williams, MD, MBACasey Wollenman, MD. After the first three months of fellowship, our fellows will work part-time (50%) as clinical instructor-level faculty. Fellows receive one day per week of nonclinical time and two months of elective time. Making the transition from resident to an attending can be daunting, and this rotation helps make that shift a little smoother. Rotations include the inpatient regional service, ambulatory orthopedic regional service, regional service at NYPH Columbia, inpatient acute pain service, inpatient chronic pain service, orthopedic trauma operating room, and an optional elective at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. This includes a minimum of one research publication arising from research performed in the department during the fellowship and attendance of at least one major conference (CAS, ASRA or ASA). Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: $95,000Application deadline: Until position is filled. There are no call commitments and no weekends so you will have plenty of opportunity to enjoy all the beauty that the Florida gulf coast has to offer. Fellows rotate between the University/Huntsman Hospitals and the Orthopedic Hospital. The fellow will also have the opportunity to participate in dissection with a world renowned anatomist. Lori Ann Oliver M.D. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 1 Salary: Commensurate with experience Deadline: Until position is filled. Contact person: Vlad Frenk, MD
Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 3 Salary: TBD Deadline: Until position is filled. In FY19, the total number of blocks available at all sites to the Regional and Acute Pain fellows was over 42,000 which includes 4103 continuous nerve blocks and 8336 spinals. Lower extremity blocks routinely performed at our institution include femoral, sciatic, popliteal, and ankle blocks. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 1 year, from July to JuneNumber of positions: 1Salary: 52,000-66,000 CADApplication deadline: June 30 for the next academic year. The regional fellow will devote 60% of their effort to academic activities related to regional anesthesia, including learning advanced regional anesthesia techniques from our national and internationally known faculty experts, teaching and supervising residents, and performing clinical research. Peripheral nerve catheters are regularly employed, giving fellows the opportunity to learn about their management in both the inpatient and ambulatory settings. During the 12 month training, the Fellows will develop skills in a variety of regional anesthesia techniques including ultrasound guided single shot blocks, placement and management of continuous peri-neural catheters, truncal blocks and neuraxial (thoracic) catheters. Additionally, the fellows will have 40% faculty roles where they will work in our operating rooms as well as our labor and delivery floor, and later in the fellowship will also take faculty call for which there is compensation. We have five unique training hospitals in the Seattle area allowing our fellows to experience many different practice environments as they determine what type of environment is right for their future practice. Contact person: Jaime Baratta, M.D., Fellowship Director
The Fellows will take one day weekend per month in-house and one weekend beeper call from home. Our faculty consists of seven RAAPM fellowship trained Anesthesiologists.
Marcella Blessing, M.D. Under the leadership of the regional anesthesia and acute pain management division, the Department of Anesthesiology at WMC has developed into a thriving dynamic institution that performs regional anesthesia on a diverse population, including orthopedic, general surgery, gynecologic, organ transplant, thoracic, vascular, trauma, and pediatric cases. The Regional Anesthesia Fellow functions as a key member of a free-standing Pediatric Regional Team. Email: [email protected]
Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 1 year Positions: 1 Salary: $95,000 + 50% of billings > $95,000 after expenses Deadline: 18 months prior to the start date (Typically the beginning of February the year prior to the start date). These are organized around a block room model. Contact person: Ashley Shilling, M.D., Fellowship Director
Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 1Salary: 80,000Application deadline: Until position is filled. Phone: (718) 920-4383, Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of MedicineDepartment of Anesthesiology, 111 East 210th StreetBronx, NY 10467United States, Telephone: (718) 920-4383Fax: (718) 920-4383Website: www.montefiore.org/anesthesiology-fellowships, Karina Gritsenko, MD, Fellowship Director.
The Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Fellowship faculty will assist in making your educational experience memorable. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 4Salary: CDN $100,000Application deadline: Until position is filled. Through this fellowship training program, we are committed to providing top-quality experience to pain management fellowship trainees, with a balanced exposure to acute, chronic and cancer pain. Our fellows participate in a variety of educational activities including journal clubs, case conference, the ASRA Spring meeting, a cadaver lab workshop, a regional ultrasound workshop with neighboring academic institutions and a research project. Candidates must have completed specialty training by the time of commencement of fellowship, to a level equivalent to Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada certification. The Acute Pain Service manages approximately 2,000 patients per year including some referrals with challenging chronic and cancer pain. The fellow will gain expertise in a wide-variety of cutting edge regional, neuraxial, and medical management techniques. Fellows typically spend 70 percent of their time delivering regional anesthesia and supervising residents and 30 percent conducting clinical research. Research is an important and expected component of the fellowship. The Ottawa Hospital is the major tertiary centre for the Nation’s capital and, the primary teaching centre for the University of Ottawa. Phone: (617) 355-7737, Boston Children's Hospital300 Longwood Ave., BCH3216Boston, MA 02115United States, Telephone: (617) 355-7737Website: www.childrenshospital.org/centers-and-services/departments-and-divisions/department-of-anesthesia/residency-and-fellowships, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 3 Salary: $78,500 Deadline: 1/1/2021 for fellowship starting in 2022. Duration: 12 monthsNumber of positions:1Salary: $73,000 plus benefits, negotiable callApplication deadline: Until position is filled. The Regional Anesthesia Fellowship program is well established and nationally recognized. The goal of the Acute Pain Medicine and Regional Anesthesia Fellowship is for fellows to develop the skills and knowledge base necessary to perform basic, intermediate, and advanced regional nerve blocks. Over 48,000 anesthetic procedures are performed annually in our operating rooms with more than 85% employing regional anesthesia techniques including: upper and lower extremity plexus and nerve blocks, central neuraxial blocks, perineural catheter techniques, nerve stimulator localization techniques, and ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks. Phone: (505) 272-2610, 2211 Lomas Blvd. Medical Student TeachingFellows are invited to participate in medical student teaching and outreach. To enhance the academic mission, fellows are expected to participate in a research project and will receive dedicated non-clinical days to work on scholarly projects. Learn how to become an effective educator as you graduate to the role of an independent practitioner. Research is mandatory, and fellows are expected to complete a research project over the course of their fellowship year. Applications are due at least 18 months in advance of the start date, Link for application: http://www.schulich.uwo.ca/anesthesia/education/fellowship/application_requirements.html, Contact person: Andrea Fragassi, Fellowship Program Administrator
Phone: (801) 581-3622, University of Utah, Department of Anesthesiology30 N. 1900 East, 3C444Salt Lake City, UT 84132United States, Telephone: (801) 581-6393Fax: (801) 581-4367Website: medicine.utah.edu/anesthesiology/education/fellowships/acute-pain, Cynthia Newberry, MD, Fellowship DirectorSmitha Warrier, MD, Fellowship DirectorTalmage Egan, MD, Department Chair. Several of our staff are fellowship trained in Regional Anesthesia & Acute Pain or Pain Medicine. Fellows will rotate at a variety of sites that provide a robust and diverse experience. Have detailed knowledge of anatomy relevant to regional anesthesia and analgesia; the ability to impart this knowledge to other staff, residents and medical students, Safely and efficiently manage a block room, including communication with surgical and nursing staff. Contact person: Kristen O'Connor, Program Manager
Our fellow has two protected non-clinical days a week conducting clinical trials and advancing their supervision and teaching skills. The fellowship at the University of Kansas Medical Center is a combination of invaluable clinical experience, teaching and research opportunities. Our regional anesthesia & acute pain fellowship offers you many opportunities to develop skills in clinical care, judgment, teaching and research.The successful candidate will be based primarily in the Block Room, where more than 2500 regional anesthesia procedures are done per year, at the Halifax Infirmary site of the QEII Health Sciences Centre, but will also have the opportunity to work with the Acute Pain Service and the Chronic Pain Service at the Victoria General site. These blocks will include supraclavicular, infraclavicular, interscalene, and axillary brachial plexus blocks. Montefiore Medical Center is proud to be part of the inaugural class of the ACGME-accredited Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine (RAAPM) Fellowships, one of the only 9 programs that represent the first accredited fellowship opportunities in the United States. Our program is affiliated with Harvard Medical School, and our fellows complete clinical rotations in regional anesthesia at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, and Faulkner Hospital. Contact person: Katelyn Kirby, C-TAGME, Program Coordinator
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for add. The University of Colorado Hospital is a large tertiary center with a wide array of patient populations. Contact person: Laurie Hembree, Fellowship Program Coordinator
No call or weekends are required, but there are opportunities for extra work for additional compensation. Clinical experience will be divided between the main University of Wisconsin campus (a Level I trauma center with active transplant, general surgery, breast, thoracic and cardiac programs) and a satellite center providing regional anesthesia services for a high-volume orthopedics practice. Potential elective options would include time with the SHC Transitional Pain Service, Simulation, Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS), Global Health Regional Anesthesia, Pediatric Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain medicine (Alberta Children’s Hospital), or a Regional Anesthesia elective rotation at another major Canadian center. for add. Steven R. Clendenen, M.D.Roy A. Greengrass, M.D.Robert L. McClain, M.D.Christopher B. Robards, M.D. Our fellowship is congruent with the proposed ACGME guidelines, and we hope to be among the first set of programs accredited. In addition to the hands on training, the fellow will round daily with the pain management team and manage all consultations, continuous peripheral nerve catheters and thoracic epidurals. Nathan Brown MD FRCPCDr. We also closely work with neurosurgeons, psychiatrists and oncologists who have expertise in pain management. Contact person: Emily Uy
During these labs the fellows will initially attend as students, and have the opportunity to increase their scanning skills, learn from cadaveric dissections, and correlate sono-anatomy with cadaveric specimens. Our comprehensive didactic program includes departmental grand rounds, journal club, and weekly lecture series. Tampa General Hospital, is a private not-for-profit hospital with more than 1000 beds and 50,000 plus anesthetics provided yearly. There are frequent opportunities to teach regional anesthesia skills to resident learners, and fellows may be invited to instruct ultrasound techniques at the annual Whistler Anesthesiology Summit, depending on the workshops offered that year. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 2 Salary: $120,000 annually w/benefits +$3,000 Deadline: Until position is filled. As the fellowship director, I look forward to the opportunity to work directly with the fellows to ensure a robust and enjoyable educational experience. Please email Dr. Harold Gelfand - [email protected]
, or visit http://www.wrnmmc.capmed.mil/ResearchEducation/GME/SitePages/Programs.aspx, Contact person: Harold J. Gelfand, MD, FASA, Fellowship Director Email: [email protected]
Phone: (301) 400-2120, Contact person: Michael Kent, M.D., Fellowship Director
Pediatric Anesthesiology encompasses the perioperative care of children from infancy through late adolescence, as well as the management of pain and sedation for children with medical and surgical illnesses. View Additional Information: https://www.hss.edu/anesthesiology-pro-regional-anesthesia-fellowship.asp. Presentation at one departmental grand rounds or national conference during the training period.Presentation at quarterly divisional journal clubs.Attendance at one (or two) national regional anesthesiology conference(s) during the training period.Anatomical dissection of cadaver specimens provided to the department during the training period. The regional fellowship was started in 2005 by Dr. Brian Sites and now has more than twenty-five graduates. Prior to starting training, the applicant must have a CT State Medical License. Teaching opportunities are plentiful and fellows will expand their clinical teaching skills over the course of the year. During their training, the Fellows will learn multimodal analgesia, management of complex pain patients, coordination of care with chronic pain providers, and the billing aspects of regional anesthesia. Working in the different locations as an attending physician provides the fellows with a unique opportunity to become familiar with various surgical procedures and management of patients with regional anesthetics in an intra-operative setting. 2020: Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine Fellowship Program of the University of Chicago Medical Center 2019: University of California San Diego Pain Medicine Fellowship Program 2018: Johns Hopkins Pain Medicine Fellowship Program; NYU Langone Health Pain Medicine Fellowship Program 2017: Stanford Pain Medicine Fellowship Program 2016: Cleveland Clinic; Medical College of Wisconsin; University of California, Davis; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center 2015: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, B… The purpose of the fellowship in regional anesthesia at Wake Forest School of Medicine is to educate anesthesiologists who become qualified and committed to enhancing, teaching and promoting the specialty of regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine.
Director of Pain Fellowship Program UCSD Department of Anesthesiology 9300 Campus Point Dr., MC 7651 La Jolla, CA 92037 E-mail: [email protected]
Jeffrey Chen, MD Associate Program Director, Pain Fellowship Program UCSD Department of Anesthesiology E-mail: [email protected]
Fellows rotate between these three locations, working individually and with residents to coordinate care and complete blocks. $2,000 educational fund: can be used for conferences and/or books or other educational material. Anatomy lab will be held between 3 and 6 times per year, and attended by residents and fellows. UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh provides a pediatric site and the ambulatory sites provide extensive experience in extremity nerve blocks. In accordance with requirements of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta IMGs will be required to successfully complete the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination in order to obtain an independent practice license in anesthesia. Email: [email protected]
We look forward to aiding with that transition. Training sites: 1. Fellows develop independence over a period of months before assuming a broader role supervising junior residents. The program is designed to produce experts in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain management. Research Exposure:Initiation and/or participation in completion of at least one IRB-approved clinical research protocol during the training period. Participation in research is encouraged and supported. Additional time will be allocated to research endeavors and conference attendance. The Pain Management Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Sidney Kimmel Medical College is accredited for training by the ACGME. Their time at West Chester Hospital will give them a chance to provide excellent perioperative pain care in a suburban, community hospital setting. The fellowship is based out of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Nebraska Medicine which is a large, tertiary care center and level 1 trauma center. Contact person: Maria Cristina Wells-Albornoz, Fellowship Coordinator
Phone: (214) 648-4831, 5323 Harry Hines BlvdDallas, TX 75390-9068United States, Telephone: (214) 648-7837Fax: (214) 648-7660Website: www.utswanesthesia.org. Phone: (206) 221-3017, 1969 NE Pacific St.Box 356540Seattle, WA 98195United States, Telephone: (206) 221-3017Website: depts.washington.edu/anesth/education/fellows/regional.shtml.
Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 1Salary: $84,000 CDNApplication deadline: Until position is filled. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 2 Salary: Current PGY-5 salary Deadline: Until position is filled. Enjoy Tampa International Airport right at your doorstep and also being situated conveniently only an hour from the city of Orlando. Phone: 60-721-7212, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine300 Pasteur Drive, H3536Stanford, CA 94305United States, Telephone: (650) 498-9991Website: med.stanford.edu/ra-apm/education/fellowship.html, Edward Mariano M.D., MAS, Fellowship Director. - UPMC St Margaret: a community hospital with emphasis on family-centered care from children to seniors and comprehensive perioperative care including preoperative assessment, regional analgesic modalities, and post-anesthetic care of both inpatient and ambulatory patients. We have a long history of training successful experts in regional anesthesia and acute pain management who move on to fruitful careers in both private practice and academia.
Candidates must be board-certified or eligible for certification in Anesthesiology. Qualified applicants will be invited to interview with our pain management faculty members as well as the chairman of anesthesiology.Special RequirementsCompletion of an ACGME accredited anesthesia residency and Pennsylvania medical license. Required supporting documents:CVMedical School TranscriptsMedical School Performance EvaluationUSMLE (or COMLEX) scoresIn-Service Exam Scores ABA Basic Examination score reportThree letters of recommendation, including one from your training program director, Send completed applications and all supporting materials to [email protected]
, Contact person: Amy Guziec, Fellowship Coordinator
Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 months Positions: 2 Salary: $155,000 plus benefits Deadline: Until position is filled. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 4Salary: $112,600 plus benefits and moonlightingApplication deadline: March 1 of the application year (e.g. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: $55,000 base pay & benefitsApplication deadline: Until position is filled. The acute pain division has a strong presence within the hospital administration. The vision of this program is to provide the most advanced training in interventional pain … Good Luck Everyone! In addition, formal fellowships are offered in Neuroanesthesiology, Ambulatory Anesthesiology, Regional Anesthesiology, Liver Transplant Anesthesiology and Anesthesia Research. Contact person: Ryan Guffey, M.D., Fellowship Director
In addition, there will be a novel ‘transitional pain service’ which bridges the gap between acute and chronic pain management. The physician is responsible for purchasing health and insurance benefits, if not Canadian or a Permanent Resident of Canada. Email: [email protected]
, UCMC Department of AnesthesiologyCincinnati, OH 45267United States, Telephone: (513) 558-2426Fax: (513) 558-0995Website: med.uc.edu/anesth/fellowships/regional-anesthesia-acute-pain, Bradley Budde, MD, Fellowship DirectorBreck Finzer, MD, Associate Fellowship DirectorAndrew Friedrich, MD, Program ChairMichael Hawryschuk, MDMarc Cassidy, MDDheer Vyas, MDWill Chan, MDMarc Mecoli, MD, University of Cincinnati Medical CenterCincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical CenterWest Chester HospitalTwo ambulatory surgery centers (Holmes Hospital and West Chester Surgical Hospital)Chronic Pain Management Clinic, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 2 Salary: $65,000 w/benefits, additional income w/extra call Deadline: 6/1/2016. For a sample of blocks performed/ taught, please refer to the website. |. Phone: (919) 966-5136, ATTN: Monika Nanda, MB, BS, MPH. The fellow will be required to provide anesthetic care independently for a variety of operating room assignments, as well as contribute to the department’s academic mission through involvement in research and teaching. Fellow resides in subsidized housing in the heart of New York in proximity to Times Square, Central Park, Broadway theater district, and a myriad of museums and restaurants. Between three locations, current procedural caseloads average 3,000 per year. With additional optional clinical research opportunities available via the Andrews Research & Education Foundation, the result is an excellent hybrid between academic and private practice education. The fellowship has incorporated all ACGME program requirements into the training program. In 2018, the ACGME Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship was approved. Since that time 12 physicians have completed training. Contact person: Tiffany Dempsey, Fellowship Coordinator
Participate in the Acute Pain Service rotation and non-regional anesthesia cases during the training year. New for 2020-2021, the common application may be submitted to the email below. The Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management fellowship is a 12-month fellowship, tailored to the advanced training in the field of regional anesthesia in a variety of different settings including our county trauma hospital (Eskenazi Hospital), tertiary cancer institution (Indiana University Hospital), pediatric hospital (Riley Hospital for Children) and ambulatory surgery center (IU Health Meridian South Surgery Center). The fellowship is divided between research, education and clinical experience obtained as a fellow in regional anesthesia and faculty supervising residents/anesthetists for a variety of surgical procedures. Fellow has no attending or call responsibilities. Contact person: Erin VanDenLangenberg, Fellowship Coordinator
), are routinely performed under ultrasound guidance (with optional use of nerve stimulation). Fellows are expected to spearhead at least one original research project, including protocol creation, research grant application, ethics approval submission, and participant recruitment.
Pain fellows find common opportunity to utilize neurolytic and implantable techniques. Email: [email protected]
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The fellow will be exposed to single-shot blocks, indwelling catheter techniques, ultrasound and traditional approaches. It is our hope that during the time with us, fellows grow in clinical ability and knowledge as well as develop their professional and interpersonal skills, in addition to attaining confidence to perform as an effective consultant in regional anesthesia and acute pain management. A basic certification course in Focus Assessed Transthoracic Echocardiography is presented specifically for our Fellows each year. Our patients benefit from a wide range of RA techniques from traditional to cutting edge for surgical anesthesia and/or acute pain control. Contact person: Scott E. Thomas, MD, MBA, Fellowship Director
The Medical Center has a well staffed Cancer Centerand we provide consultative service and management for cancer patients with a spectrum of painful conditions. Fellows perform a wide variety of peripheral nerve blocks using single-injection and continuous catheter techniques. J1 visas do not meet this requirement for non-GME training programs. All Rights reserved. The regional anesthesia fellow will gain ample experience in the performance of these techniques, and progress to the teaching and supervision of anesthesia residents during their regional anesthesia rotations. Email: [email protected]
Phone: (804) 828-2207, 1200 E. Broad Street, 7th FloorP.O. Afra Moazeni MD FRCPCDr. The Upper Valley offers a beautiful cultural and recreational location to live in and learn in during the fellowship year. Phone: (323) 409-7748, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Southern California1520 San Pablo Street, Suite 3451Los Angeles, CA 90033United States, Telephone: (323) 409-7748Website: keck.usc.edu/anesthesiology/training-education/fellowship-programs/regional-anesthesiology, Rana Movahedi, MD, Associate Fellowship Director, Chase Smith, MD, Section Chief of Regional and Orthopedic Anesthesia, Kevin Guthmiller, MD, Chief of Inpatient Pain Service, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 4 Salary: 81,827 approx Deadline: 3/15/2019. Contact person: Raymond S. Joseph, Jr., M.D., Fellowship Director
The goal of the fellowship is to become an expert regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine physician. In addition, our facility operates a high-volume outpatient operating room area where extremity surgeries are performed solely under regional anesthesia techniques. Our faculty are actively involved in teaching RA at national and international meetings. California state medical license required before starting fellowship. Phone: (215) 762-4892, Division of Pain Medicine & Regional Anesthesiology Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Drexel University College of Medicine245 North 15th Street New College Building, Rm 7328, MS 310Philadelphia, PA 19102United States, Telephone: (215) 762-4892Fax: (215) 762-8656.
We also host an annual Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia workshop as an integrated part of our department’s annual Anesthesiology Review Course. Program Overview. Currently all regional techniques (single-shot nerve block injections and continuous catheter placements) of the upper and lower extremities, as well as truncal blocks (TAP, PVB etc. OSCE and Oral Board training for fellows. We are seeking ACGME accreditation with anticipated transition to accredited fellowship starting July 2021. Email: [email protected]
salary supportApplication deadline: Currently accepting applications for the additional fellowship position for the 2021-2022 academic year, beginning on August 1, 2021. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and Permanent Residents will be given priority. Upon fellowship completion, the fellow will be fully prepared for future work in either private practice or academics. Visit website at http://my.clevelandclinic.org/services/anesthesiology/for-medical-professionals/fellowships. pain, occupational medicine, and cardiovascular fitness Many become team physicians at various levels Fellowships lead to a CAQ, usually in one year; fellows may pursue further graduate training degree or equivalent, (2) evidence of having completed all three steps on the USMLE exam, (3) completes an anesthesiology, neurology, psychiatry, physical medicine or rehabilitation training program prior to onset of fellowship in an accredited residency program, and (4), Category: Chronic PainDuration: 1 yearNumber of positions: 3Salary: TBDApplication deadline: 5/31/2015, Contact person: Tashalei Chau, Pain Medicine Fellowship Coordinator
The clinical activities undertaken by the regional fellow will consist of a 40% effort working as an acting instructor in the department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine including clinical OR work and three 15 hour in-house OR call sessions per month. Email: [email protected]
, Department of Anesthesiology University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics600 Highland Avenue, B6/319Madison, WI 53972-3272United States, Telephone: (608) 263-8100Fax: (608) 262-1061Website: www.anesthesia.wisc.edu, Alaa Abd-Elsayed, MDAlian Aquino, MDKristin Bevil, MDJocelyn Blake, MDShelly Borden, MDThomas Broderick, MDTimothy Casias, MDSteven Ethier, DOLisa Klesius, MDPatrick Meyer, MDKeith Pride, MDKristopher Schroeder, MDBenjamin Walker, MDElizabeth Wilson, MD. Be able to act as a consultant to other hospital staff including anesthesiologists, surgeons, nurses and physiotherapists. It is our hope that you will have a most enjoyable and meaningful year of medicine. At Sawgrass we perform a high volume of peripheral nerve blocks for orthopedic surgery patients, as well as podiatry and breast reconstruction patients. Fellows will have protected research time and are expected to initiate and complete at least one major academic project during their fellowship as well as present at a national conference. Refer to the ERAS Specialty Information Report for a comprehensive list of important specialty information. As one of the most comprehensive medical facilities in Florida, TGH serves a dozen counties with a population in excess of four million. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: Current PGY-5 salaryApplication deadline: Until position is filled. Contact person: Susan Watson, Residency and Fellowship Program Coordinator, MUSC Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine
Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 monthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: 73,000 plus benefits, negotiable callApplication deadline: Until position is filled. Phone: (615) 343-5860, Vanderbilt University Medical CenterDepartment of Anesthesiology, 1301 Medical Center Drive, 4648 TVCNashville, TN 37232-5614United States, Telephone: (615) 936-3198Fax: (615) 936-6493, Brian F.S. Clinical Training:The University of Rochester Regional and Acute Pain fellowship provides training experience in both the inpatient and ambulatory surgery center settings. Phone: (916) 734-5630, 4150 V StreetSuite 1200 PSSBSacramento, CA 95817United States, Telephone: (916) 734-5031Website: health.ucdavis.edu/anesthesiology, Jon Zhou, MD Program Director Matthew Pena, MD Associate Program Director, Steven Macres, MD Director, Peri-operative Pain Service, Robin Aldwinckle, MD Director, Same Day Surgery Center, University of California Davis Medical Center, Sacramento California, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 months Positions: 4 Salary: $80,000 + opp. Presentation of an abstract is expected.
Our practice works with a wide spectrum of surgical service lines and thus is composed of performing a variety of peripheral nerve blocks (single shot and continuous catheters) alongside neuraxial techniques.
Lastly, the regional anesthesia fellowship prepares trainees to evaluate pertinent literature, develop and conduct original clinical or basic science research projects, and present such work at national and international academic meetings. Fellowship duties are not limited to the placement of neuraxial or peripheral nerve blocks, but also include patient selection and education as well as coordination of the RA team’s daily activities with nursing staff, anesthesia technicians, the pharmacy, surgeons, colleagues and the acute pain service (APS). EducationRegional anesthesia specific education will be ongoing throughout the specialty and take the following forms: AssessmentMid and end block meeting with fellowship director.360-degree appraisal from staff anesthetists, residents, medical students, surgeons, nurses (block and PACU nurses).3 times yearly (post PEAP, mid fellowship, end fellowship).Personal feedback as anatomy lab tutor.Fellows are required to keep an up to date logbook of procedures performed. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 4 Salary: $75,000 CDN Deadline: Until position is filled. Fellows will complete a formal 6 month rotation in pediatric acute pain management and regional anesthesia at Children's Memorial Hospital. Phone: (507) 266-2049, Department of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine, Mayo Clinic200 First Street, SWRochester, MN 55905United States, Telephone: (507) 266-2049Fax: (507) 284-0120Website: www.mayo.edu/regional-anesthesiology-fellowship-minnesota.
The fellowships offers diverse training in all aspects of regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine and prepares trainees to be leaders in an academic or private practice career. At the main campus and Shock Trauma, fellows provide all types of regional anesthetics including lumbar plexus blocks, paravertebral blocks, serratus/pec blocks and cranial nerve blocks. Phone: (614) 366-7093, Michael Kushelev, RAAPM Fellowship Director c/o Miss Sarah Robertson The Ohio State University Hospital East Department of Anesthesiology1492 East Broad St.Columbus, OH 43205United States, Telephone: (614) 688-8942Fax: (614) 257-2102. The regional anesthesia and acute pain fellow will be an integral part of the acute inpatient pain services at University of Cincinnati Medical Center and West Chester Hospital. The Department of Anesthesiology at Cedars-Sinai has a history of commitment to education, research and state-of-the-art clinical practice. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 1 Salary: PGY5 Salary $63,410 annually w/benefits Deadline: Until position is filled. A list of European Pain Federation EFIC®-approved Pain Centers can be found on the European Pain Federation EFIC® website. Our various blocks include neuraxial, truncal, and peripheral extremity nerve blocks. We want to engage you in all the experiences related to our subspecialty. We will continue to accept applications after this date if the spot is not filled. 360-degree appraisal from staff anesthetists, residents, medical students, surgeons, nurses (block and PACU nurses). Phone: (203) 785-2728, ATTN: Chelsea Gubbins Fellowship Coordinator333 Cedar StreetNew Haven, CT 06510United States, Telephone: (203) 785-2728Fax: (203) 785-6664Website: medicine.yale.edu/anesthesiology/fellowships/clinicalfellowships/#page2, Donna-Ann Thomas, MD, Fellowship directorRoberta Hines, M.D., Program ChairThomas Halaszynski, DM.D., M.D., MBA, Director, Regional and Orthopedic Anesthesia Pain Medicine. Fellows have designated elective time that may be used to pursue clinical or academic interests. These blocks include both peripheral and neuraxial, single shot and continuous, for inpatients and outpatients. Fellows will also be expected to participate in an academic project during the fellowship year with the ultimate goal of publication and/or presentation at a national conference. Email: [email protected]
The Fellowship is designed to provide extensive clinical training as well as opportunities for scholarly activities as well as teaching residents and medical students in a dynamic, fast paced setting. We currently accept 4 fellows per year. There is a strong academic focus at Toronto Western Hospital, and fellows are expected to demonstrate commitment to academic work. We are seeking a motivated and dedicated individual to join the Department of Anesthesia as a regional anesthesia & acute pain fellow. Applications are reviewed in January-March of the preceding year, and shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview. The UA Pain Fellowship is an ACGME accredited fellowship in Pain Management consists of a 12-month period of training in which the fellow will participate in patient care on the outpatient pain management services. Fellows will complete a formal 6 month rotation in adult regional anesthesia and acute pain management at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. To learn more about regional anesthesia education at the Andrews Institute click here: http://bit.ly/blockjocks-preceptorship-promo. The Department performs over 7000 regional anesthesia procedures per year. Category: Chronic PainDuration: 1 yearNumber of positions: 1Salary: Competitive to the regionApplication deadline: May 31, 2019. Fellowships commence on July 1st of each year. Applications are accepted from April until the end of July each year. Contact person: Jessica Sloniker, Program Coordinator
Approximately 60-80% of the time will be spent in the clinical arena with the remainder being protected research and administrative time. The goal of the program is to train future leaders in Regional Anesthesiology with graduates who are scientifically inquisitive and academically inclined. Rotations and clinical exposure are in compliance with ACGME recommendations for training in Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine. They gain experience with the management of complex patients with acute pain through regional and neuraxial techniques as well as multimodal analgesia including low-dose ketamine and lidocaine infusions. Phone: (902) 473-8883, Victoria General Site 10 West Victoria1276 South Park StHalifax, NS B3H 2Y9Canada, Telephone: (902) 473-8883Fax: (902) 423-9454Website: medicine.dal.ca/departments/department-sites/anesthesia/education/fellowship-programs.html. All applicants must be eligible for an unlimited medical license through the Oregon Medical Board. We perform the full spectrum of regional and acute pain techniques described in the objectives, and we keep ourselves up to date with emerging knowledge from the literature. The regional nerve block team is made up of a main OR attending, Surgery Center attending, one fellow and one to two residents per month. A host of other techniques are employed during the one-year fellowship. Have the knowledge and skills required to establish a new Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine program in his/her future practice and to adopt emerging knowledge and techniques for the acute pain management of patients whom he/she encounters, Train future generations of generalists and subspecialists in Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine, Provide leadership in the organization and management of an acute pain medicine service within the hospital setting composed of a variety of specialists to provide comprehensive multimodal acute pain management. During a typical week Fellows spend four (4) days on education, training and research and and work one (1) day in the OR as a staff anesthesiologist to generate salary support. After completion of the fellowship, graduates will be experts in the management of acute pain in the perioperative and peri-trauma period, will have developed the knowledge and skills necessary to be a valued consultant in the perioperative management of acute and acute-on-chronic pain, and will have developed expertise in the performance of peripheral nerve and central neuraxial blocks.Fellows will participate in various educational activities throughout their training which are done in collaboration with several other fellowship programs in the area, including workshops with hands-on cadaver dissections, point-of-care clinical ultrasonography education, and intramural journal clubs. The Department of Anesthesia and Pain Management of the University Health Network and the University of Toronto offers a 12-month fellowship training program in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management at the Toronto Western Hospital. Category: Chronic PainDuration: 24 months-2 FELLOWSHIPSNumber of positions: 1Salary: $148,000Application deadline: February, 2018 for August 2018 -19 ACADEMIC CYCLE. Email: [email protected]
2020-2021 pain medicine fellowship interview spreadsheet The Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania is a yearlong post-graduate training program aimed to cultivate expertise in the theory, art, and practical delivery of regional anesthesia and acute pain management.
Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 months Positions: 1 Salary: PGY5 salary + opportunities for OR per-diem/OT Deadline: Until position is filled. His or her salary will commensurate with experience in clinical work and research. Completion of an ACGME accredited anesthesia residency and Pennsylvania medical license. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: $65,000 w/benefits, additional income w/extra callApplication deadline: 6/1/2016, Contact person: Mandi Mizuta, Fellowship Coordinator
Christine Stock, M.D., FCCP, FCCM, Program Chair. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 1Salary: PGY-5 salaryApplication deadline: Until position is filled. Fellows will learn and provide a wide variety of peripheral nerve blocks and neuraxial anesthesia using single injection and continuous catheter techniques. Via Website: http://www.anesthesia.utoronto.ca/edu/fellowship/offered/smhultra.htm, Contact person: Ahmed Hamdy, MBBCh, Department of Anesthesia
Applications should be made at least 18 months in advance, and shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by Skype. The information published here has been supplied by the individual institutions. The non-ACGME approved Regional Anesthesiology Fellowship program at the University of Colorado Denver is a teaching, clinical, and research-oriented program for candidates who want to be experts in the field of Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Management. We also expect fellows to participate in ongoing research activities, development of ERAS pain protocols and quality improvement projects during their protected educational time. Phone: (312) 926-8105, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology251 E. Huron, F5-704Chicago, IL 60660United States, Telephone: (312) 926-8105Fax: (312) 926-9206Website: www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/.../Regional/index.html, Antoun Nader, M.D., Fellowship Director, Adult and Pediatric Regional Anesthesia and Acute PainSanthanam Suresh, Fellowship Co-DirectorM. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: $54,321Application deadline: Until position is filled. This well-developed curriculum includes conferences that focus on ch… TGH is the primary teaching hospital for the University Of South Florida Health Morsani College Of Medicine. In summary, Vanderbilt combines a world-class clinical experience with training in the breadth of regional techniques, a deep focus on education, and clinical rotations that cannot be matched. In addition, academic involvement in major international conferences such as the ASA, PGA, and ASRA, with presentation of abstracts and workshops are strongly encouraged and supported. of Anesthesiology – 9th Flr CSB Wake Forest University School of MedicineMedical Center BlvdWinston-Salem, NC 27157United States, Telephone: (336) 716-7194Fax: (336) 716-8190Website: www.wakehealth.edu/School/Anesthesiology/Fellowships/RAAPM-Fellowship.htm, Robert Weller, M.D., Section Head, Regional Anesthesia, Director, Acute Pain ServiceJ. - UPMC Passavant: a community hospital and ambulatory center with emphasis on joint replacement, orthopedic oncology, thoracic, urology, GI, general surgery and plastics. Rush University Medical Center offers a formal 12-month fellowship in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine. St. Paul’s Hospital features a busy block room associated with the main operating rooms which is staffed daily with a dedicated anesthesiologist and an anaesthesia assistant. Physicians applying for a fellowship program in regional anesthesiology/acute pain medicine must be currently enrolled in, or have completed, an accredited anesthesiology residency program. Over 11,000 patients are seen annually by our Acute Pain Service Team with postoperative pain management interventions that include intravenous, neuraxial and peripheral techniques, perineural catheter and alternative therapies. Each Regional fellow is expected to perform over 1,000 blocks annually. If you are interested in applying for the fellowship, please contact Kevin Finkel, MD, FASA for an application. Phone: (613) 761-4169 ext 1, Dept of Anesthesiology Rm B307 The Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus1053 Carling Avenue, Mail Stop 249Ottawa, ON K1Y 4E9Canada, Telephone: (613) 761-4169 ext 1Fax: (613) 761-5032Website: www.ottawa-anesthesia.org/Regional_Anesthesia_fellowship.shtml, Reva Ramlogan, Fellowship DirectorColin McCartney, M.D., Professor and Program Chair, Dept of Anesthesiology, University of Ottawa. We have multiple collaborations with the departments of orthopedics, OB-GYN, and cardiothoracic surgery in order to deliver effective opioid sparing postoperative pain management. Charter Anesthesiology is offering a Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Fellowship for duration of one year to a board eligible or board certified anesthesiologist.
The Frank H Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University is offering a one-year Fellowship in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. Phone: (612) 273-3832, B-515 Mayo Memorial Bldg.420 Delware St SEMinneapolis, MN 55455United States, Telephone: (612) 624-9990Website: www.anesthesiology.umn.edu/fellowship-program. It is home to the largest non military simulation centre in North America. Email: [email protected]
Fellows are expected to present departmental rounds and lead a regional anesthesia focused journal club discussion once during their fellowship. Dean Swedlo MD FRCPC. This would include use of multimodal analgesia, parenteral opioid techniques, appropriate selection of blocks, and use of infusions of lidocaine and ketamine. Our primary goal is to provide high quality patient care and effective management of acute pain for patients undergoing surgery. Fellows receive exposure to a variety of techniques for orthopedic, vascular, breast and abdominal surgery. The Regional Anesthesia fellow will typically complete the following rotations during the one-year fellowship in addition to completing the research requirement for fellows: In the clinical setting, the fellow will be expected to: Besides attending clinical conferences affiliated with the department, the fellow will be given the opportunity to teach and supervise our residents. Phone: (514) 934-1934 x43261, 1650 Cedar Avenue, D10-144Montreal, QC H3G 1A4Canada, Telephone: (514) 934-1934 x43261Fax: (514) 934-8249Website: www.regionalworks.ca, De Tran, M.D., FRCPC, Fellowship Co-Director, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 3 Salary: $75,000 Canadian per annum Deadline: Until position is filled. For more information, please contact us. Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 15- Now accepting for 2022-2023 Salary: $69,909 + moonlighting opportunities Deadline: Rolling application process until all positions are filled. Esther Ho MD FRCPCDr. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 1Salary: $65,000+educational stipend/no call/ no weekendsApplication deadline: Until position is filled. Contact person: Shelly Sords, MBA, Fellowship Coordinator
Both single injection and catheter techniques are expected competencies following completion of the Fellowship. This includes hands-on training in ultrasound guided peripheral nerve blocks, management of peripheral nerve catheters, neuraxial anesthesia/analgesia and multimodal pharmacological approaches to postoperative pain management. For individuals considering pain fellowship as well as the Johns Hopkins T32 Post-doctoral Research Training Program, please email to the Program Coordinator a separate, second page to the personal statement describing (1) your history and motivation for an academic career and (2) a proposed research question related to pain. $3,000.00 is Professional Fund for conferences, books, and additional educational endeavors. The candidates will also learn innovative ultrasound guided infiltration methods directed by Anesthesiologist for acute postoperative pain control. With eight hospitals and no less than 85 health care clinics, Lubbock is known as the medical center for West Texa…
The Pain Management Fellowship Program participates in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 12 Months Positions: 2 Salary: $90,000 Deadline: Until position is filled. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 6Salary: $103,430Application deadline: Currently still accepting applications for 2019-2020 academic year.