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Clinician Educator

This one-year program is designed to train future academic leaders in geriatrics medical education.

The program includes training in teaching skills and curriculum development, teaching evidence-based medicine, and mentored teaching in clinical geriatrics. Training includes courses on teaching skills and curriculum development as well as opportunities for supervised teaching, clinical training in geriatric medicine, and research. 


Sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, this program is designed for physicians who have completed one year of clinical training or have obtained board certification or a Certificate of Added Qualifications in geriatric medicine and are planning to pursue academic careers as educators.

To apply

The program only accepts two fellows into the program at a time.

Applications are accepted two years in advance. The application must be received no later than December 31 of the year before the year you are applying for a fellowship. For example, if you were applying for a fellowship beginning in July 2012, your application must be received no later than December 31, 2011. If there are slots available, later applications will be accepted. Learn more about how to apply.


Refer a Patient

To refer a patient for a geriatric care consultation, please contact us at 410-550-0925.


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