LordArius

ItalianStallion
10+ Year Member
7+ Year Member
Nov 10, 2004
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Florida
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Attending Physician
Hello All,

There has been an unexpected opening in our ACGME accredited Interventional Pain Medicine Fellowship.

We are currently recruiting for a Pain fellow to begin off cycle in Jan 2011.

It is a 2 year program that is heavily interventional in nature, excellent acute and chronic pain experience, excellent cancer pain experience.

If interested please PM me or call Nannette Decker at 813-972-2000 ext 7085
 

Jcm800

10+ Year Member
Jul 13, 2008
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Hello All,

There has been an unexpected opening in our ACGME accredited Interventional Pain Medicine Fellowship.

We are currently recruiting for a Pain fellow to begin off cycle in Jan 2011.

It is a 2 year program that is heavily interventional in nature, excellent acute and chronic pain experience, excellent cancer pain experience.

If interested please PM me or call Nannette Decker at 813-972-2000 ext 7085
2 years?
 
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LordArius

ItalianStallion
10+ Year Member
7+ Year Member
Nov 10, 2004
26
0
Florida
Status
Attending Physician
yes, we are one of a few programs that is 2 years:(. I wish it was less but it has provided us with excellent training.
 
Sep 6, 2014
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Hello All,

There has been an unexpected opening in our ACGME accredited Interventional Pain Medicine Fellowship.

We are currently recruiting for a Pain fellow to begin off cycle in Jan 2011.

It is a 2 year program that is heavily interventional in nature, excellent acute and chronic pain experience, excellent cancer pain experience.

If interested please PM me or call Nannette Decker at 813-972-2000 ext 7085

Dear Sir:

I am a board certified interventional radiologist. I am experienced in many of the interventional pain procedures but am looking for more training in pain management. I would like to get some advice the best way to apply for a pain medicine fellowship, since I am not from traditional anesthesia or PM&R background. Do you think by offering to do an unpaid/self funded fellowship will help?

Thanks.
 

freddydpt

15+ Year Member
Apr 1, 2004
842
140
Pennsylvania
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Attending Physician, DPT / OTD, Physical Therapist
Dear Sir:

I am a board certified interventional radiologist. I am experienced in many of the interventional pain procedures but am looking for more training in pain management. I would like to get some advice the best way to apply for a pain medicine fellowship, since I am not from traditional anesthesia or PM&R background. Do you think by offering to do an unpaid/self funded fellowship will help?

Thanks.
Are you looking for an ACGME or non-ACGME spot? I am a radiologist in pain fellowship.