Hospice and Palliative Medicine fellows are invited by the Medical University of South Carolina to apply for the valuable Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Program. This fellowship gives candidates broad-based exposure to both adult and paediatric palliative medicine in community and academic settings with well established interdisciplinary palliative care team. Medical University o South Carolina funds these fellowship positions
The aim of this fellowship is developing experts and leaders in the fields and ensuring that patients with life-limiting diseases receive informed expert and appropriate care. This program offers a wide variety of clinical rotations educational experiences and scholarly research opportunities. This program truly enhance the growth of students as well as enhance the research to come out with amazing new techniques and results for treatment
MUSC College of Medicine was founded in 1824 was the first medical school in the southern U.S and the 10th medical school in the country. The College of Medicine has conferred more than 9000 medical degrees since its founding. To the date, the College is home to more than 1300 faculty members committed to providing excellence in clinical care and the training of 740 medical students, 780 residents and fellows, and 30 masters of public health students
|Organization||Medical University of South Carolina|
|Subjects||Hospice and Palliative Medicine|
|Number of Awards||Not Defined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||In October|
|Requirements||Letter of Recommendation, Photos, Personal Statement,|
Who May Be Eligible?
Before applying for the fellowship have a look at below given eligibility requirement.
- Candidate should be a holding Hospice and Palliative Medicine degree.
- Fellows should have attended the United States Medical Licensing Examination or COMLEX.
How to Apply
If you are eligible, you can apply for the fellowship through an Electronic Residency Application service. The ERAS streamlines the residency application process for applicants their Designated Deans’ offices, Letter of Recommendation authors, and program directors. Applicants need to sign in with their credentials. If you do not have an account, you can create a new one. All the supporting documents should be submitted through a form. All the applications should be submitted before the deadline.
- Three letters of recommendation including one letter from the Program Director
- Current photograph
- United States Medical Licensing Examination Transcripts or COMLEX transcripts
- Personal statement
- Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates certificate if applicable
- Visa if applicable
This fellowship gives fellows exposure to both adult and pediatric palliative medicine in the community and academic settings with an expert interdisciplinary palliative care teams. 20 Weeks of patient Palliative Care consultation with a robust interdisciplinary team comprised of physicians advanced practice nurses, social workers, chaplains, and palliative ace volunteers include in the experience. The alternating week provides exposure to new patient consultation for patients with a variety of serious illness
Applications will close in October.