Letter of recommendation from three faculty members with contact information, Yatish Ranganath, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Director of the Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship Program, Sangini Punia, MBBS, Clinical Assistant Professor, Melinda Seering, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Medical Director of the Ambulatory Surgery Center, Tejinder Swaran Singh, MD, Clinical Associate Director; Director of the Pain Medicine Fellowship Program, Michelle C. Parra, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Esperanza Ingersoll-Weng, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Sapna Ravindranath, MBBS, Clinical Assistant Professor, David Swanson, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Jacob Thomas, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Rakesh Sondekoppam Vijayashankar, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Haider Darkzali, MBChB, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Iowa Ambulatory Surgery Center, Medical School Transcripts (originals from school), USMLE (1 & 2 mandatory, part 3 optional) or COMLEX Scores, 3 Letters of Recommendation (At least one letter from current training program), Letter of Good Standing (from your current program), Copy of ECFMG Certificate (only applicants who attended medical school outside of the US), Contact Information (Phone numbers, email address and/or pager numbers), Other advanced clinical rotations at alternate sites are being planned and will be introduced in the future, Perform regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine as a fellow for approximately two weeks per month, Function as a junior attending for the remaining two weeks per month, Take one Acute Pain Service Beeper Call per month under the supervision/backup of a Regional Anesthesia attending, In addition to our main tertiary care academic campus, the fellow also has the opportunity to spend time in a private practice environment at our smaller community hospital sites, The fellow will spend one month of pediatric rotation at Boston Children’s Hospital working alongside specialists in acute pain management and regional anesthesia, Develop the technical skills to proficiently perform basic, intermediate, and advanced regional blocks in the preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative period, Perform a variety of peripheral (single injection and continuous) nerve blocks using ultrasound, paresthesia and nerve stimulation techniques, Manage complex cases in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine, Develop consultant-level mastery of the physiological and pharmacologic consequences of regional and acute pain anesthesia, Serve as a consultant and a teacher for other anesthesiologists interested in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine, Give two resident lectures as part of the, Conduct a monthly Journal Club for attending’s and interested residents covering pertinent acute pain medicine and regional anesthesia topics, David Waisel MD, Fellowship Program Director, Medical Director of Institutional Opioid and Pain Management Strategy, Thomas Nicholas, MD (Director of the Acute Pain Service), UNM Outpatient Surgical and Imaging Services (OSIS), NYU 38th Street Outpatient Surgical Center, Upper extremity blocks and catheters: Interscalene, supraclavicular, infraclavicular, costoclavicular, axillary, Lower extremity blocks and catheters: Femoral, lateral femoral cutaneous, sciatic, popliteal, saphenous, iPACK, Truncal blocks: Lumbar plexus, paravertebral, TAP, rectus sheath, quadratus lumborum, PECs, serratus anterior, erector spinae, TTMP, Ultrasound and nerve stimulator techniques, Neuraxial blocks, including thoracic epidurals, Management of acute pain in the chronic pain patient, Jeff Xu, MD, Fellowship Program Director; Chief, Division of Regional Anesthesia & Acute Pain Management; Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Duke University Medical Center (Main Campus). Applications are due at least 18 months in advance of the start date, Link for application: http://www.schulich.uwo.ca/anesthesia/education/fellowship/application_requirements.html, Contact person: Andrea Fragassi, Fellowship Program Administrator *** The program offers the opportunity to learn EMG techniques and interpretation, and a musculoskeletal ultrasound course is currently an integral part of the curriculum. Application Requirements:Applicants must be a qualified MD or equivalent, with specialist certification in Anesthesia (i.e. Department initiatives for diversity, inclusion and wellness. Ultrasound guidance is used for the vast majority of peripheral nerve blocks with the use of the nerve stimulator and “anatomical land-marked” based techniques in several procedures. These letters will be in addition to your Dean's letter. Ruby Memorial Hospital is a tertiary referral and level 1 trauma center, the regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine service benefits from exposure to a highly diverse case-mix. When are interviews held? For a sample of blocks performed/ taught, please refer to the website. Clinical work will be comprised of 80% fellow/20% faculty position. for add. We encourage you to visit the website for more details. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 1Salary: Commensurate with experienceApplication deadline: Until position is filled. It is our hope that during the time with us, fellows grow in clinical ability and knowledge as well as develop their professional and interpersonal skills, in addition to attaining confidence to perform as an effective consultant in regional anesthesia and acute pain management. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Our two hospital sites deliver services for the culturally diverse communities of the Upper West Side and West Midtown of Manhattan. TGH is the primary teaching hospital for the University Of South Florida Health Morsani College Of Medicine. Phone: (904) 953-0496, Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education - Mayo Clinic4500 San Pablo RoadJacksonville, FL 32224United States, Telephone: (904) 953-0496Fax: (904) 953-0430Website: www.mayo.edu/mayo-clinic-school-of-graduate-medical-education/residencies-fellowships/anesthesiology/regional-anesthesiology-fellowship-florida, Steven Porter, MD, Fellowship DirectorMartin D. Abel, MD, Chairman, Department of AnesthesiologyElird Bojaxhi, MD, Associate Program Director. One year ACGME accredited fellowship providing advanced regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine training in multiple clinical settings. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 monthsNumber of positions: 4Salary: $80,000 + opp. Anatomy lab will be held between 3 and 6 times per year, and attended by residents and fellows. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) is the leading tertiary referral center for the state and provide care to a diverse and complex patient population in the state and surrounding regions. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: $120,000Application deadline: Until position is filled. Additionally, they learn from a talented faculty pool of nationally-recognized speakers, book authors and fellowship-trained experts. Phone: (402) 559-7353, University Of Nebraska Medical Center- Department of Anesthesiology984455 Nebraska Medical CenterOmaha, NE 68198United States, Website: www.unmc.edu/anesthesia/fellowship/Regional_Acute_Pain_Fellowship.html. Subspecialties in the Match. Phone: (412) 692-4572, University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology3471 Fifth Avenue, Ste 402, Kaufmann BuildingPittsburgh, PA 15213United States, Telephone: (412) 692-4572Fax: (412) 692-4515Website: www.anes.upmc.edu, Aman Mahajan, MD, PhD, MBA, Program ChairNicolas Schott, MD, Associate Program DirectorNicole Verdecchia, MD, Associate Program Director, Nicholas Schott, MD—Associate Program Director, Brian Williams, MD, MBACasey Wollenman, MD. Funding to attend additional conferences is available with approval from the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab Medical Education Committee for presentation of scholarly work conducted during the fellowship year. Fellows are required to participate in scholarly activities, which may include clinical research projects, presentations at national meetings, Grand Rounds presentations, or teaching initiatives with the residents and medical students. The University provides a nurturing and supportive environment with regional nurse coordinators and significant faculty support. Category: Acute Pain/Regional AnesthesiaDuration: 12 MonthsNumber of positions: 2Salary: $55,000 base pay & benefitsApplication deadline: Until position is filled. Phone: (301) 400-2120, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Acute Pain Medicine and Regional Anesthesia8901 Rockville PikeBetheseda, MD 20307United States, Telephone: (301) 400-2120Fax: (301) 295-5063Website: www.wrnmmc.capmed.mil/ResearchEducation/GME/SitePages/Programs.aspx, Category: Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia Duration: 1 year, from July to June Positions: 1 Salary: 52,000-66,000 CAD Deadline: June 30 for the next academic year.