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Residency Program in Family and Community Medicine, Univ of California San Francisco

UCSF's Dept of Family & Community Medicine offers a 2-year HIV training track to interested residents in its Family Medicine Residency Program. Components include: longitudinal experience with an integrated HIV care/service program in UCSF's family medicine teaching clinic; attendance at regional and national HIV conferences/webinars; additional didactic sessions focused on special topics in HIV prevention, care, ARV management, and "special populations" (i.e. pregnant women); online web study via the University of Washington's National HIV Curriculum; career mentoring; and more. Training track residents also have an option for additional elective time and/or pursuit of an HIV-focused Quality Improvement project.

Program start: N/a

Program Length: 2 yrs (PGY-2 and PGY-3 years)

Applications Deadline: N/A

Related experience/interests: Residency program with a concentration in HIV

Eligibility:A resident in UCSF DFCM's Family Medicine Residency Program

Location: San Francisco, CA

Program Director: Carolyn Chu



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