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Patient Safety Fellowship Program

The Office of Academic Affiliations and the National Center for Patient Safety (NCPS), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announce a one-year fellowship in patient safety. The purpose of the Interprofessional Fellowship Program in Patient Safety is to provide post-residency trained physicians and post-doctoral or post-masters degree trained associated health professionals (such as nurses, psychologists, pharmacists, social workers, and health care administrators) in-depth education in patient safety practice and leadership.  This fellowship is fully funded by the VA and requires an advanced degree (Masters, PhD, MD or similar professional degree).  In years past, a dentist, biomedical engineer, and research psychologist have been recruited for this position. The research center is independent and also funded by the VA.  Fellows spend 25% of their time working on projects at this center, often interacting and collaborating with the Simulation fellowship at the VA.

For more information regarding this unique fellowship experience, please visit the Office of Academic Affiliations and the National Center for Patient Safety.

Fellowship Director: David Eibling, MD

Co-Director:  Jamie Estock

For more information or to apply, please contact:

David Eibling, MD

Jamie Estock