Advanced Fellowship in Women's Health Mission:
To train physicians and associated health professionals to advance clinical care, teaching, scholarship, and system improvements related to the advancement of healthcare for women.
This two-year full-time fellowship prepares residency-trained physicians and PhD graduates in allied health care fields for academic careers. Fellows work with fellowship program faculty to complete an individualized learning plan. The learning plan may emphasize training in research, education, quality, clinical skills and/or program development and defines the fellow’s activities commensurate with career goals. Typical required activities for an MD on an educator or investigator track include 25% clinical effort with the remainder in academic development in research, education, or quality.
Fellows may elect a full complement of women’s health clinical activities including multidisciplinary comprehensive women’s health (with medicine, gynecology, and mental health input), consultative women’s health (with a focus on midlife, well being, incontinence and sexual health), and sub-specialty women’s health (such as osteoporosis, breast, contraception, and women’s mental health clinics).
Fellows can collaborate within the program (MDs and PhD) and with MCW’s Primary Care Fellows.
Fellows can earn a Master’s degree in Public Health, Clinical and Translational Science, or Bioethics:
Or an MPH:
MCW & the Zablocki VA
The fellowship is based at Milwaukee’s Zablocki VA Medical Center. Clinical activities will include work at the VA Women’s Health Clinic and fellowship goals will include advancement of women’s health and gender-based medicine for Veterans.
General information about VA’s Women’s Health fellowship:
The Medical College of Wisconsin is a private institution with over 1,000 students and over 1,000 residents and fellows. In FY 2010-11, faculty received more than $175 million in external support for research, teaching, training and related purposes.
Research mentors who are part of the fellowship program include faculty of the Center for Patient Care and Outcomes Research (PCOR), MCW’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Nursing.
Physicians may be graduates of internal medicine, family medicine, gynecology, urology, or psychiatry residencies. PhDs may have degrees in psychology, nursing, or other healthcare fields.
To apply, send your CV, a letter of interest and three references to:
Julie L. Mitchell, MD, MS
Program Director, Women's Health Fellowship
Associate Professor and Associate Chief
General Internal Medicine
Medical College of Wisconsin
9200 West Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee WI 53226
voice (414) 805-0949
fax (414) 805-0855