We’re now accepting 1 position for the upcoming 2020-2021 academic year
Fellowship candidates must be ABEM board eligible or certified by the July 1st fellowship start date. This generally means that fellows have completed an Emergency Medicine residency in the US or Canada.
Apply via the IEMFC website and email the program director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your application should include: Personal Statement including why you are specifically interested in our program. Three letters of recommendation (one from residency director/chair). CV
Accepted Application Conditions
Fellowship candidates must be ABEM board eligible or certified by the July 1 fellowship start date.
Application Deadline | 2019-09-30
Applications are due on September 30th, 2019 by 5:00pm CST.
Interview Dates | 2019-10-27
Eligible applications will be contacted by the fellowship director for an interview in the Fall of 2019.
Offer Date | 2019-11-11
BCM will abide by the IEMFC no-offer date and all offers will be given at 12pm EST on 11/11/19.
|Project Name & Description||Details|
BCM in Belize
|Belize is the main fellowship site, with several active educational and research projects including: • Nationwide WHO Basic Emergency Care (BEC) Rollout via Train-the-Trainer regional teams • Opt-Out HIV Screening in the Accident & Emergency Department • Sepsis Screening Pilot in the Accident & Emergency Department • Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) Modular Curriculum for non-specialty trained providers • Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Modular Curriculum for non-specialty trained providers • Nationwide WHO Emergency Triage Assessment & Treatment (ETAT) Rollout via Train-the-Trainer teams • An Integrated One-Health Response to Detect and Respond to Emerging Disease Threats in High-Risk Regions of Central America||Details|
BCM in Liberia
|Assisting in post-Ebola healthcare infrastructure rebuilding at Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) hospital in Monrovia||Details|
BCM in Ghana
|Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) training for emergency medicine providers at Komofo Anokye Teaching Hospital: Over the past year, we have been working on Point of Care Ultrasound Course development with Emergency Medicine department and Pediatric physicians. The goal is to develop a sustainable Q&A process with their new Ultrasound machine, and hopefully an Ultrasound fellowship for the Emergency Medicine Resdents at KATH.||Details|
BCM in India
|Resident education & clinical care at the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIMPER) in Pondicherri, India||Details|