Training Opportunity in Social Emergency Medicine
The Social Emergency Medicine/Population Health Fellowship at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is a two year program or one year if a MPH is obtained prior to start.
The program’s primary objectives are:
- To train Emergency Medicine (EM) physicians to examine and influence social factors in the context of acute healthcare needs.
- To understand the complex relationship of social determinants of health (SDoH) on patient health outcomes and health equity
- To provide EM physicians the tools to identify (through research and clinical practice) and implement population health interventions, and disseminate knowledge to healthcare leadership, policy makers and other community stake holders, both domestically and abroad.
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