Our mission is to inspire newly graduated APPs through the promotion of their professional development and transition into advanced practice utilizing a structured educational framework to provide high quality, evidence based, cost-effective, ethical and compassionate care to the critically ill oncology population as part of a collaborative, interdisciplinary healthcare team.
Our vision is to enhance the transition of newly graduated APPs and inspire their practice as they become proficient critical care clinicians within an educational framework consisting of didactic, simulated, and experiential learning to enhance the new provider’s critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills. The aim of the program is to shape the new APP’s practice to deliver high quality, cost-effective patient care as well as support the ongoing pursuit of professional development and leadership through participation in research as well as organizational committees, programs, and quality and safety processes.
Length of Program
Number of Positions
3 per year, starting October/November
How to Apply
CV, one page statement detailing interest in pursuing the Oncologic Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, and letters of recommendation should be emailed directly to Nicole Zakak.
Letters of recommendation should be from the following sources:
- Advanced Practice Clinical instructor, faculty, program director, or preceptor
- Current or prior work supervisor
Interviews to be conducted in early June. Please contact Nicole Zakak to schedule interview.