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Emergency Medicine Education Fellowship, UMass Chan - Baystate

The Emergency Medicine Education Fellowship at UMass Chan-Baystate prepares you for a successful career as a leader in academic emergency medicine.

Develop the Skill Set to Thrive as an EM Educator

The specialty of Emergency Medicine has grown and evolved rapidly—fueling the need for well-trained emergency medicine educators.

Our mentored fellowship provides the necessary advanced training not provided by the typical EM residency—clinical and didactic education, research in the area of education, curricular innovation, and education administration.

You will graduate with an overflowing portfolio:

  • Extensive experience in education administration
  • Lectures in regional, national and international arenas
  • Publication of research projects

Built-in Flexibility Lets You Tailor Your Experience

Dr. Ashley Deutsch
First Fellow Chose Dual FocusAshley Deutsch MD graduated in June 2017 with foci in EKG and quality improvement.

She has joined our faculty, and is now directing resident education in quality improvement and patient safety.

Our curriculum focuses on preparing the next generation of emergency medicine faculty.

We offer:

  • 1 year fellowship with an optional second year to earn a Masters degree in Graduate Medical Education
  • Flexible concentrations in UME, GME, simulation, education innovation, and education research

After completing our core curriculum you will choose an area for your focus.

Perfect Setting to Learn and Teach—and Live

Baystate Medical Center is the only Level 1 trauma center in the region—and has the busiest ED in the Massachusetts.

You will be exposed to the diverse pathology of a multi-cultural, inner-city population, and the advanced procedures associated with the world's top medical centers.

All this, and you can live in an area known for beautiful scenery, outdoor recreation, performing arts, and higher education.