Research opportunities exist at many levels during the Pain Fellowship year and are strongly encouraged. We expect each fellow to participate in a scholarly activity that may result in a publication.
It may consist of an on-going clinical research project, a quality improvement project, a clinically relevant project such as web development or note templating, a book chapter, or a "value" project (productivity improvement/cost reduction).
We are closely affiliated with The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice (TDI) and our trainees have obtained joint degrees in leadership or public health while completing their fellowship requirements.
We offer a diverse and challenging experience for our trainees.