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The Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program affiliated with Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital, and the Miriam Hospital offers a 1-2 year training program for applicants looking for robust critical care training.
The goal of the Critical Care Medicine Fellowship is to prepare board eligible or certified internal medicine or emergency medicine physicians for careers in clinical or academic Critical Care Medicine. In all aspects of the educational program, the Fellow is encouraged to develop an attitude of scholarship and the intellectual curiosity to remain in the informational forefront of the discipline throughout his or her professional lifetime. This program is specifically designed to provide the basic and clinical knowledge to effectively care for critically-ill patients, to develop the ability to perform relevant invasive procedures, to develop the skills and credentials necessary to pursue a career in academic medicine, and to develop the skills needed to lead a critical care unit.
One to two fellowship positions are offered each year for training in Critical Care Medicine. Additional years for research training are encouraged. Applications for the fellowship are accepted through ERAS (the Electronic Residency Application Services).
Eligible candidates for the 2-year fellowship include graduates of ACGME-accredited residencies in Internal Medicine or Emergency Medicine. Eligible candidates for the 1-year fellowship include previous graduates of an approved ACGME-accredited subspecialty fellowship of Internal Medicine.