University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Department of Medicine

General Internal Medicine Research

education

Education

Education in the classroom

The General Internal Medicine Research faculty are key members of the educational team at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and The University of Vermont Medical Center. Our faculty provide elective rotations in medicine research for medical students and residents, nursing graduate students, and fellows from different disciplines. We train graduate students and post doctoral fellows as they pursue their degrees and are engaged in advancing the medical knowledge of community and regional medical professionals.

Residency & Fellowship Training

The University of Vermont College of Medicine and its partner, The University of Vermont Medical Center, offer a program designed to prepare physicians for successful ABIM board certification in Internal Medicine. We also offer a number of fellowship training programs.

Medical Student Education

Our faculty teach several courses throughout the year to medical students and residents. Our educational programs span all levels of the Vermont Integrated Curriculum. We actively engage students and trainees in the classroom, in the clinic, and in research settings.

Program in Wise Prescribing

Our research group developed a novel approach to provider education based on academic detailing. Delivered by the Office of Primary Care, the Program in Wise Prescribing is engaged in supplying the programs to primary care providers across Vermont, as well as rigorously evaluating the program's impact. Contact Amanda G. Kennedy, Pharm.D. for more information.

The Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) Educational Programs

The CCTS faculty trains young professionals in clinical and translational research and provides opportunities for fellowship support, allowing them to perform research in conjunction with a mentor. Our trained professionals write successful grants, become independently funded and form the next generation of well-trained clinical and translational researchers. Our faculty supervise candidates for the Ph.D., M.S. and Graduate Certificates in CCTS and teach many of the core courses for those programs.

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