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Clinical Futures Research Training Opportunity for Fellows

Published on October 5, 2021 in Announcements · Last updated 3 months ago
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The Clinical Futures, a CHOP Research Institute Center of Emphasis, is currently accepting applications for a T32-funded postdoctoral training program for the academic year beginning July 1, 2022. In an effort to enhance the diversity of our training programs, we are especially interested in identifying candidates from underrepresented minority backgrounds.

The Pediatric Hospital Epidemiology and Outcomes Research Training (PHEOT) program trains the next generation of clinical scientists who will understand how to best measure and improve outcomes, assure patient safety, and manage costs for hospitalized children.

We consider hospital epidemiology and outcomes in broad and holistic terms. Issues of equity, disparities, social determinants of health, and the care of children who reside in urban environments are as pertinent as technical aspects of hospital care.

PHEOT is open to fellows in all clinical specialties, as long as their primary research is in hospital epidemiology and outcomes. PHEOT is also open post-clinical-fellowship for individuals who did not receive research training and want to obtain such training.

The fellowship typically funds trainees for two years, and includes a stipend, tuition support, health insurance benefits, and some support for training related expenses such as books, software, or conference travel. Physicians who are United States citizens or permanent residents and have at least two years of postgraduate training are eligible to apply.

More information about the program, including how to apply, is available at: https://cpce.research.chop.edu/research-training-opportunities/pediatric-hospital-epidemiology-and-outcomes-research-training