The program also offers biweekly didactics given by our core faculty that will span a variety of healthcare and health policy topics affecting LGBTQ communities.
This is a career-development position with a junior academic appointment as a Clinical Instructor with the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. The fellowship is designed to train physicians to become outstanding academic leaders, clinicians, and teachers within the new field of LGBTQ medicine. In as such, the fellow will also have the opportunity to further enhance his/her/their leadership and teaching skills by working directly with medical students and/or residents. Based on the fellow's interests and under the guidance of core faculty, the fellow will also design and create a community outreach project tailored to improving the lives and health of the LGBTQ community. In addition, the fellowship will include a research or quality-improvement component with a trajectory toward dissemination.
This is a non-ACGME fellowship and the compensation includes a very competitive salary, a staff benefits package, an education enrichment fund for conferences including hotel, flight and travel, 24 paid vacation days and 14 university holidays. In addition, the Department of Medicine will pay for the fellow's optional HIV credentialing (AAHIVS certification) for up to six months after graduation of the program.
Successful applicants are physician MDs and DOs with a strong interest in caring for LGBTQ communities and have completed or will be completing their U.S. residency program by June 30, 2023 in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or Internal Medicine/Pediatrics combined specialties. Currently, we are not offering rotational or shadowing experiences and are not accepting applications from OBGYN, psychiatric, or surgical specialties at this time. Applicants to the LGBTQ fellowship program should have a passion for leadership, teaching, research, and a motivation to expand the current field of LGBTQ health.