The mission of the subspecialty Training Program in Endocrinology in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at Tufts Medical Center is to provide fellows with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and experience required for all of competencies needed to function successfully as an independent consultant in endocrinology. The Program creates and nurtures a belonging environment that allows fellows to receive training and plan and develop their career in alignment with established and emerging approaches, including digital care, with emphasis on thoughtfulness, forward thinking and imagination towards high-quality, high-value and patient-centered care that celebrates individuality. This Program is designed to fulfill the needs of those fellows whose future focus will be clinical practice, those who wish to become clinician-educators, and those who wish to pursue careers in clinical and/or basic endocrine research including careers in industry.
Number of Fellows
To ensure close interaction among the fellows and faculty and to enhance the educational experience, the Program has a total of 4 fellows each year. There are two first-year fellows and two second-year fellows. Occasionally, there may be a follow who has elected an educational pathway that includes additional years of training in research (third or fourth year).
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