The Orthopedic Infectious Diseases Fellowship provides you with the opportunity to combine exceptional clinical skills with demonstrated proficiency in clinical or basic research. Clinical or research responsibilities will include an opportunity to focus on areas of special interest within orthopedic infectious diseases.

The one-year program consists of at least six months of clinical rotations (including one month of elective time) and up to six months of research. Candidates may take additional electives and/or more clinical rotations in lieu of six months of research, based on their career goals and approval by the program director.

At the conclusion of this one-year fellowship, you are expected to show competence in the six ACGME competencies.

Clinical training

You will have at least six months of orthopedic continuity clinic to learn the continuum of orthopedic infectious diseases.

As a trainee in this program, you will be assigned a mentor for the duration of your training, which may be the same or separate from your research mentor.

You will work as a team member with faculty, physician assistants and other members of the Mayo team.

Didactic training

You will be expected to participate fully with the parent general infectious diseases training program, including (but not limited to) attending and presenting at conferences, journal clubs, taking call, and completing the core curriculum.

Research training

As an integral part of the Orthopedic Infectious Diseases Fellowship, you are expected to participate in meaningful research during the research time (up to six months). Your research will result in a presentation and publication to be completed within one year following completion of your training. Your abstract should be submitted prior to completion of the fellowship.

May 26, 2017