Addiction Medicine Fellowship Training :
- Supports multi-specialty training fellows
- Focuses on the provision of care for persons with unhealthy substance use, substance use disorders (SUDs), and other addictive disorders
- Trains to work in diverse settings, including clinical medicine, public health, education, and research.
- Treats patients across the lifespan who have different degrees of disease severity—from those at risk, to those with advanced and complicated disease, to those in recovery.
To Apply, Contact:
Dr. Anna Squibb
Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program Goals
Evidence Based Care
Training fellows in evidence-based care of substance use disorders
Patient Centered Care
Providing equitable and compassionate care to each person in the context of their culture, community, individual characteristics and personal goals
Leveraging the faculty, staff, fellows' knowledge, skills, and time to advocate for persons seeking help for substance use disorders and associated co-occurring conditions
Assuring that the fellowship provides knowledge of evidence-based care and improves health literacy of substance use disorders for individuals, medical staff, advanced practice providers, and community organizations to collaborate with partners and optimize the care in our community.