Program Overview

Targeted Learners: 

Graduates of US Emergency Medicine residencies who will be board-certified or board eligible at time of hire, and have an interest in developing as a teacher, innovator, administrator, and leader in academic medicine.  Additional consideration will be given to those individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds and/or those who have demonstrated genuine, active participation in work related to addressing healthcare disparities and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in healthcare.


The fellowship will take place over two years at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, NE as a full-time, post-graduate training experience. Fellows will serve as part-time clinical faculty in the department of emergency medicine, pursue a master’s degree in health professions teaching and technology through UNMC, and learn through work as part of dedicated monthly and longitudinal experiences across the spectrum of academic medicine. 

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Funding and salary otherwise are supported through clinical RVU’s generated through the fellow working clinical shifts in the department of emergency medicine at our two clinical sites (UNMC and Bellevue Medical Center), faculty CME, and support from both UNMC and the UNMC ED leadership.  Fellows will be eligible for benefits typical to full-time UNMC faculty, including insurance, retirement, and CME ( .  Income will be commensurate with clinical shifts worked (expected to be scheduled no more than a 0.5 FTE, with potential opportunities to moonlight).