Find fellowships related to pediatric ethics in the list below.
Doug Opel, MD, MPH
Treuman Katz Center of Pediatric Bioethics
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Department of Pediatrics
University of Washington School of Medicine
The Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law (CGREAL)
The goal of the CGREAL Post-Doctoral Training Program is to train researchers whose work is focused on ELSI in the design and conduct of human genetic research, the translation of research results into clinical medicine, and health policy needs related to genetics. We offer a flexible 1-2 year training program to help guide young investigators in this field of study and to provide them with integrated but focused training.
Bon Secours Virginia Health System
The Healthcare Ethics Fellowship at Bon Secours Virginia Health System is a clinical ethics immersion experience intended for doctoral students who are nearly entering or who are in the dissertation phase of their studies and interested in pursuing a career in healthcare ethics. This fellowship is intended to provide time for the Healthcare Ethics Fellow to work on his/her dissertation while at the same time gain practical experience in an applied ethics setting. This is a structured learning experience that will provide a broad-based educational and work experience in healthcare ethics. The Healthcare Ethics Fellow will work in a faith-based, regional, and integrated health-delivery network and will work directly with patients, families, clinicians, and other staff. A special emphasis is placed on gaining experience in clinical ethics consultation, clinical ethics education, clinical ethics committee work, clinical ethics rounding, and incorporating quality improvement principles and techniques into the development of a system wide clinical ethics process. Through this work, the Healthcare Ethics Fellow will promote the mission, vision, and core values of the Bon Secours Virginia Health System. Opportunities for professional development, networking, and mentoring will be provided. The ideal candidate is entering or is in the dissertation phase of his or her doctoral studies, pursuing doctoral work in philosophical or theological ethics or a related field such as bioethics or medical humanities, and is interested in pursuing a future career in healthcare ethics
AMA and the Medical College of WI
The AMA-MCW Online Fellowship in Physician Ethics and Professionalism program is designed for physicians who want to expand their background and knowledge of medical ethics and physician professionalism. Understanding the history, role, and practical applications of medical ethics and professionalism is an important asset for physicians who are in leadership positions on ethics committees, privacy boards, or institutional review boards. The program is primarily Internet-based in order to accomodate the needs of practicing physicians throughout the country and the world.
Integrated Ethics in Cancer Care Clinical Ethics Fellowship at UT-MD Anderson Cancer Center
Integrated Ethics in Cancer Care provides education, consultation, research and policy development in clinical ethics. The Clinical Ethics Fellowship is designed to provide an intense clinical and research experience in ethics for individuals with advanced degrees in appropriately related fields and to increase the points of contact between Integrated Ethics in Cancer Care (Integrated Ethics) and patients, families, faculty and staff. The Fellowship is tailored to meet the strengths and needs of each Fellow and involves a one-year, full-time commitment, with an optional second year renewal.
Applications for the Integrated Ethics Clinical Fellowship are accepted through MD Anderson Cancer Center’s DISCOVER System. Access to this system requires a password that is generated when an account is created for the applicant in the DISCOVER System. To request creation of an account, please contact Vicki M. Salley-Howell at 713-792-8775 or firstname.lastname@example.org . A Curriculum Vitae or Resume is required to create the account.
Applications are due by June 1, 2010. For more info, go to http://www.mdanderson.org/education-and-research/departments-programs-and-labs/departments-and-divisions/integrated-ethics/fellowship/index.html.
Creighton University Medical Center
Senior Visiting Fellowship, Center for Health Policy and Ethics, Creighton University Medical Center. Fellows should have national and international recognition and a sustained record of contribution in Bioethics or related fields. Special consideration is given to fellows whose areas of research and other scholarly activity complement the on-going work of the Center. Fellows are expected to be in residence during the duration of their stay and to engage in selected service or teaching activities compatible with their interests and the Center’s needs.
The Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland Fellowship in Advanced Bioethics, The Cleveland Clinic, Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals, and the Cleveland VA. Two-year, full-time program designed to train the next generation of leaders in the field of bioethics.
University of Zurich
Fellowship in Biomedical Ethics/Nursing Ethics. Eligible candidates should hold a University Master’s degree in health care related sciences (such as nursing sciences), should have demonstrated academic excellence and be fluent in English. They should be interested in pursuing their doctoral research in the area of nursing ethics. Applications should be sent to the PhD BmEL/med.
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Clinical Pediatric Bioethics Fellowship, Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics, Seattle Children’s Hospital. This is a two-year program (with an option for an additional year) that trains clinicians in bioethics with an emphasis on pediatrics issues in the clinical and research arenas.
Post-doctoral fellowship in the area of philosophy of science, medicine, and values. The Center Philosophy and History of Science at BU sponsors a one-year postdoctoral fellowship in the area of philosophy of science, medicine, and values.
The Health Law and Bioethics Fellowship offers one to two semesters of tuition for a student matriculated in the MPH degree program at Boston University School of Public Health. For JD/MPH dual degree students, the fellowship usually begins upon completion of the JD program.
The Greenwall Foundation
The Greenwall Fellowship Program in Bioethics and Health Policy, the Greenwall Foundation, Johns Hopkins University and Georgetown University. Provides an unparalleled opportunity for fellowship and faculty development training in bioethics and health policy.
Predoctoral and postdoctoral fellowship programs with an emphasis on clinical and research ethics.