Training & Curriculum
The Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Fellowship consists of 12 calendar months of clinical and didactic teaching.
Regional anesthesia and acute pain management training is a subspecialty focused on the performance and management of neuraxial anesthesia and/or peripheral nerve blockade. Fellowship training in this area will be focused on the development of expertise in the practice and theory of regional anesthesiology.
The fellow's clinical experience is enhanced by a focus on providing regional anesthesia and acute pain management for patients undergoing a variety of surgical procedures (with an emphasis on orthopedic procedures). Fellows work in conjunction with physicians experienced in:
Fellows receive clinical training in both neurostimulation and ultrasonography and, at the completion of the fellowship, will have mastered both of these techniques for a wide variety of peripheral nerve blocks, including:
The Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Fellowship is designed to assist the fellow in achieving a set of academic and clinical goals that, when mastered, will enable a successful career in the practice of regional anesthesia and acute pain management.
Six fellow positions are offered.