Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship
Upon completion of the three-year fellowship, our graduates:
- Are competent to function as subspecialty consultants in clinical pulmonary and critical care medicine.
- Have extensive experience teaching medical students and residents in both formal and informal settings.
- Have designed and completed at least one research project from hypothesis generation and statistical analysis to writing of a manuscript for submission to an academic medical journal.
Fellows are eligible to participate in the Leadership Preventive Medicine Residency.
This track will be offered to selected fellows and is tailored for those interested in gaining further knowledge and skills in the assessment of medical outcomes and in leading change and improvements in health care systems. The track combines two years of clinical training in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine with DHMC's acclaimed two-year Leadership Preventive Medicine Residency program. Rotations in pulmonary & critical care medicine will continue on a limited basis during the Leadership Preventive Medicine Residency curriculum, and the practicum project will be performed within the discipline of pulmonary & critical care medicine. When completed, fellows will be board eligible in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine and in Preventive Medicine, and will have acquired a Masters in Public Health (MPH) through the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at Dartmouth College.