Hospital Medicine Programs announces new fellowship training program

Sunday, May 31, 2015

David Gallagher, MD, associate profess or medicine and chief of the Duke Hospital Medicine Programs, has announced the creation of a Duke University Hospital Medicine fellowship program.

This two-year fellowship will focus on academic development and scholarly work aimed at preparing the fellow for a future position as a leader in academic hospital medicine. 

  • The fellow will enroll in the two-year Duke Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP) and obtain a Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Research awarded by the School of Medicine at Duke University. 
  • This training program will be supplemented with relevant courses and instruction in quality and safety, clinical education, and leadership.
  • Throughout the two-year fellowship, project work relevant to hospital medicine will be performed in the areas of quality and safety, as well as education. 
  • The fellow is expected to produce scholarly work based on areas of interest during the time in this program. 
  • Additionally, the fellow will spend 40% of the time in a clinical setting working as a hospitalist, as well as with Duke medical students and residents.

Dr. Gallagher is recruiting now, and the first fellow is expected to start July 1 2016.

Learn more

Download the attached information sheet.