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|A newsletter for research & medical education||March 2008|
Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Set to Start in July 2008
The 2-Year Fellowship Program Will Accept 1-2 Fellows Each Year
A new fellowship in Critical Care Medicine is accepting applications for its first Fellow to start in July 2008. Then, up to 2 fellows will be accepted per year until a maximum of 3 fellows are enrolled. Mark Tidswell MD, in the Critical Care Division of the Department of Medicine, will serve as the Program Director.
Edward Reiter MD, Chair of Baystate's Pediatrics Department for More Than 26 Years, Receives 2007 Tufts Distinguished Faculty Award
Tufts Distinguished Faculty Award recognizes faculty members who have brought distinction to themselves and to Tufts University School of Medicine in the areas of teaching, scholarship and service. Dr. Reiter, an excellent clinician and educator, world-renowned pediatric endocrinologist, physician scientist and advocate for children, will be presented with the award on March 3, 2008. Continue...
TUSM Compassionate Care Faculty Development Program
Baystate Faculty Play Key Roles in This Innovative Faculty Development Research Project
Baystate Medical Center faculty were key in obtaining grant funding from the Kenneth B. Schwartz Center for Tufts University School of Medicine's development of a Compassionate Care Faculty Development (CCFD) program. Continue...