The UC Davis Department of emergency medicine is proud to offer a number of outstanding educational programs, covering the full spectrum of basic to advanced emergency medicine concepts and skills. We offer unique, high-quality experiences and training for undergraduate students, medical students, emergency medicine residents, emergency medicine specialty fellows, advanced emergency medicine research trainees, and practicing emergency physicians. Program faculty are chosen for their content expertise and outstanding teaching abilities. Below is more information to help you explore our various educational programs.
Emergency Medicine Toxicology Fellowship
The UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine offers a two year Medical Toxicology Fellowship. This is an ACGME approved fellowship with 6 faculty providing comprehensive training in clinical and medical toxicology with extensive opportunities for patient care, translational research, graduate education, and teaching. UC Davis is a division of the California Poison Control System; an integrated system receiving over 300,000 calls/year. Fellows will be actively involved with a busy inpatient consultation system.
Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship
The UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine offers a two-year Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship. The program combines training in clinical emergency medicine research with graduate level training at UC Davis leading to either a Masters of Science in Clinical Epidemiology or Masters in Public Health.
The UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine maintains a strong commitment to clinical research in Emergency Medicine. The Department has a broad area of research interests and expertise and participates in several multi-departmental collaborations. Areas of focused research include but are not limited to clinical emergency cardiology, trauma evaluation and management, injury prevention, pediatric emergency medicine, industry sponsored trials, development and validation of clinical decision rules, infectious disease, ultrasonography, disaster preparedness, and ED overcrowding and surge management.
In addition, UC Davis is a leading center in the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN), the first federally funded research network in pediatric emergency medicine.
Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship
The UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine offers a one or two year Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship. Fellows spend significant amount of time performing, reviewing and supervising emergency ultrasound examinations. They will be an integral part of the Departmental Ultrasound Quality Improvement review process. Fellows will participate in resident ultrasound training as well a medical student ultrasound education. Fellows will have significant scanning time and time to perform research, if interested. Fellows will be eligible to sit for the RDMS exam during their fellowship. Fellows will develop skills in ultrasound program administration, ultrasound education and training, quality improvement, and advanced ultrasound applications.
Emergency Medicine Simulation Education Fellowship
The UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine offers a one or two year Medical Simulation Fellowship. This program is based at the soon-to-be-opened SHEALD Center on the UC Davis Medical Center campus, a 14,000 sq. ft. space dedicated to education, training and research using simulation, virtual care and telemedicine. The two year option includes eligibility for a Master’s degree with a dedicated focus in education.