Hidden gem pain fellowship programs

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  1. pain2011

    pain2011 5+ Year Member

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    I'm starting to put together my pain fellowship application. I'm probably an average candidate or maybe even slightly below, since I have been out of residency a few years "giving back" in academic practice.

    What are some "hidden gem" programs that might be slightly less competitive than the big names, but still offer great interventional training?
     
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  3. SleepIsGood

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    Hey there...

    I'll bite.

    Having been on the trail, I would recommend the program at Yale. It's a new program. The new PD is a reallly cool guy. They have a few guys now from the Brigham over there. Also, it's at a VA ! So you can do essentially do whatever you want.

    Also, since it seems like you are a non traditional fellow if you start. This might be a good thing since the fellows this past year were all like you, they 'came back'.

    I'd check it out...:thumbup: Plus it's a great name..it's Yale
     
  4. pain2011

    pain2011 5+ Year Member

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    Thank you - I will put Yale on the list. I haven't been out that long, I hope I am not too "non traditional". Any one have other thoughts?
     

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