Fellowship Program by Society for Academic Emergency Medicine for Research Students in the field of Emergency Medicine, Illinois, 2013 2014
Scholarship Program: SAEM/Physio-Control EMS Research Fellowship grant
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: U.S. Citizen
Employer: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
Level of study: Research
Subject(s): Emergency Medicine
Duration: One year
Number of awards: Not known
Am I eligible? 1)Be a senior emergency medicine resident at an accredited emergency medicine residency program or in the first year after completion of an accredited emergency medicine residency.
2)Be board eligible or certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine; or pediatric emergency medicine.
What does it cover? This grant provides $60,000 for a one-year fellowship for emergency medicine residency graduates.
How do I apply? Electronically
Scholarship Description: The Emergency Medical Services Research Fellowship Grant strives to foster teaching, education, and research in emergency medicine. Through the generous support of Physio-Control, this fellowship in emergency medical services (EMS) provides an opportunity for a qualified emergency physician to acquire important skills and begin to develop expertise as part of an academic career with a focus in EMS. The mission of the grant is to develop the academic potential of the selected fellow by providing support for a one-year training fellowship that develops both EMS leadership and research. Potential for, and experience with, EMS leadership and research will be weighted equally when evaluating applications. Leadership will include, but will not be limited to, involvement with administration, education, and prehospital medical direction.
Application closing date: 1 August, 2012