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Advanced Practice Provider (NP/PA) Fellowship Perioperative and Specialized Care
The MSK APP Fellowship Background
The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centers(MSK)Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Fellowship program provides Nurse Practitioners andPhysicianAssistants the opportunity totrain at one of the top cancer centers in the United States. ThisFellowshipProgram began over 40 years ago in Hospice and Palliative CarewithoneAPP Fellow andnow accepts over fifteenAPP Fellows in sixdistinctdisciplines. The Fellows are mentored by an interdisciplinary team of experiencedoncologycliniciansserving patients from aroundthe world.
The MSK APP Fellowship Mission Statement
Our missionis toprovide anoncology-intensivepostgraduateacademicprogram for theAPPthat promotes collaborative, high-quality, evidence-based,andcompassionatepatient-centeredcareto a diverse patient populationin alignment with the institutional mission of MSK. The MSK APP Fellowwillparticipateinclinical skills practicums, research,didacticlearning,andclinical rotations on medicaland surgicaloncology and consultative services. Upon graduation from theFellowship, the APP will be proficient in the delivery of exceptional comprehensive care of the oncology patient.
At Memorial Sloan Kettering, our Advanced Practice Provider-driven model in the
Anesthesia Pain Service (APS), Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU), and Step Down Unit (SDU) allows APPs to autonomously manage patient care in collaboration with attending physicians for those services. The goal of the fellowship is to provide comprehensive training, which will be the key to forming well-prepared APPs in the specialty area. APPs will, in turn, be prepared to provide efficient, safe, and patient-centered postoperative and specialized care management to a diverse patient population.
The program consists of three, equal-length rotations with APS, PACU, and SDU. The fellows will be guided by experienced preceptors, managers, and the fellowship director.
Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU)
The fellow will work collaboratively with Anesthesiologists, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, Primary Surgical Teams, and Registered Nurses to efficiently recover patients who have undergone anesthesia. In this rotation, the fellow will focus on improving assessment skills to react to the patients quickly changing status. This clinical area treats side effects of nausea, increased pain, difficulty breathing, agitation, and those patients having trouble regaining consciousness so that the patient will have a stable transfer to the inpatient unit or discharge home.
Step Down Unit (SDU)
In this rotation, the fellow will obtain patient health histories, do comprehensive assessments, and give presentations during multidisciplinary rounds. There is an emphasis on formulating and implementing treatment plans for acute and chronic illness management in collaboration with Critical Care Medicine, Surgical and General Medicine Attending Physicians. The fellow provides direct clinical services and coordination of care for Critical Care Center patients
including mechanical ventilator management and interpretation of diagnostic/laboratory tests.
The APS will offer APP fellows knowledge and experience in acute and chronic pain management. The fellows will acquire pain management understanding and clinical skills by rotating with the postoperative pain management APP group, inpatient chronic pain management group, and the outpatient chronic pain management clinic. This rotation focuses on interventional and medical pain management modalities, including patient-controlled analgesia, epidural and intrathecal catheter management, ketamine infusions, and spotlight evaluations for various peripheral nerve blocks.
Clinical Fellow responsibilities will include:
Length of Program
Number of Positions
Two per year, starting September 2021
Eligibility & Requirements
You are a highly motivated critical thinker with a strong desire to care for the oncology patient population. You are empathetic, resourceful, communicate well, and enjoy working inter-professionally. You are seeking a fellowship position in an environment that fosters mutual respect, leadership, ethical decision-making, critical thinking, and problem-solving.
Applicants must be trained at the masters level as an:
All applicants must:
Please submit all required documents as ONE pdf: curriculum vitae, a personal statement, and three letters of recommendation.
Letters of recommendation should be from the following sources: 1. Peer/Colleague 2. Advanced Practice Clinical Instructor, Faculty, Program Director, Dean, or Preceptor 3. Current or prior work supervisor
Letters of recommendation should be addressed to:
Kelly Haviland PhD, FNP-BC
Advanced Practice Provider Manager for the APP Fellowship and Professional
Personal statement: The personal statement offers you an opportunity to discuss the talents, experiences, and goals that qualify you as a unique APP Fellowship candidate. We are seeking evidence of your qualifications and aptitude as well as your ability to communicate clearly and professionally. Personal statements should be no more than 500 words, typed, and double spaced using 12-point Times New Roman or Arial font.
We are no longer accepting applications for 2021, please consider applying for the 2022 cohort! Applications to open January 2022.
Kelly Haviland PhD,FNP-BC email@example.com
Nicole Zakak, MS, RN, CPNP, CPHON
Elizabeth McAvoy, FNP-BC
Sarah Rebal, ACNP-BC
Olivia Baldisserotto, MSN, APN, FNP-BC, CPHON, ACHPN
For more information, please call 1-888-491-8833 Ext. 1896 (Extension Required) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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