Research Fellowship

For information about the ACGME ID Fellowship training program, please visit https://mghbwhid.hms.harvard.edu/research/.

ACGME-Certified Fellowship Training

MGH/BWH Combined ID Fellowship

The Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women's Hospitals have integrated their Infectious Disease Fellowship Training Programs to offer unparalleled opportunities for clinical and research training in Infectious Diseases at Harvard Medical School. The details of the combined program are described in a separate combined fellowship program website here.

MGH/BWH Combined ID Fellowship Website

CME

Infectious Diseases in Adults, 2017.   The MGH ID Division offers a comprehensive post graduate course in infectious diseases, in conjunction with Harvard Medical School.   Participants earn up to 36.75 AMA PRA Category 1 credits (including 5 credits of Risk Management Study).    Register by March 15, 2017 for discounted pricing.  Highlights of the 2017 course are shown below.  To see the full website (where a PDF of the course brochure is available), please use this link:    http://id.hmscme.com/

Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Infectious Diseases - Updates, Best Practices, Advances to Improve Patient Outcomes

This program is among the highest-rated Harvard Medical School CME courses.  It ensures attendees are current with state-of-the-art approaches to infectious diseases and the clinical practices that ensure the best patient outcomes.

This comprehensive CME program provides a special and timely opportunity to get updates, best practices and new guidelines and to hear directly from nationally recognized leaders and master clinicians on their approaches to:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of common, complex, and emerging infectious diseases
  • Prevention and detection of infections in travelers and immigrants
  • Detection of rare and "don't-miss" infectious diseases
  • Treatment of HIV-infected and other immunocompromised patients
  • Hepatitis C virus infection
  • Zika, Ebola, and MERS
  • Prevention and detection of infections in travelers and immigrants
  • Safety and practice improvement

As revised treatment strategies, new diagnostic tests, and guidelines are presented, they are coupled with specific recommendations for incorporating these updates into your day-to-day work.

ID Elective for Medical Students

The monthly clinical elective in Infectious Diseases at the MGH is structured around the consultation services provided by the Infectious Disease Division. Each student works with an infectious disease fellow, and together they evaluate and provide continuing care for patients for whom consultative services are requested. Students present those cases that they have worked-up to the Attending (Staff) Physician on daily rounds. Learning about infectious diseases and the role of a consultant is then accomplished at the bedside and on daily rounds. The student will perform approximately one consultation a day. In addition, students are expected to attend three weekly infectious disease conferences, a case-management conference on Monday mornings, a case-based clinical or research conference on Wednesday mornings, and an HIV-focused conference on Friday mornings. To apply please visit theHarvard Medical School website.

Partners ID Images Website

The Division of Infectious Diseases, in collaboration with the Partners AIDS Research Center and the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, has developed an online, case and image-based learning tool. Go to ID Images.

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