The Consortium for Advanced Psychology is accepting applications for five fellowship positions in our 24-month Clinical Health Psychology (CHP) program to start September 2012.
The program follows a clinician-educator model that allows fellows to 1) develop advanced competency in CHP, 2) assume leadership roles in medical education and supervisor training, 3) develop expertise in hospital and ambulatory practice involving a transdisiplinary model with a team process approach; and 4) make meaningful scholarly contributions to the field.
Specialty experiences vary from position to position, and may include: Integrated Primary Care, Hospital Consultation, Bariatrics, Pediatric Rehab, and Pediatric Neuropsychology; visit the Fellow section of www.msufame.msu.edu for information on specific positions available.
The first year annual stipend averages $47,782 depending on consortium site. Benefits include vacation, conference and sick leave, educational allowance, meals, and health insurance.
The postdoc fellowship is accredited by the American Psychological Association in Clinical Health Psychology.
Deadline for applications is January 15, 2012.
Michigan State University Flint Area Medical Education. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
For additional information, contact: Juliet Kamidoi, MSU Flint Area Medical Education, One Hurley Plaza, Flint MI 48503, 810.232.7000 x14.
The Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training was formed by Michigan State University Flint Area Medical Education and the three Flint-area medical centers: Genesys Regional Medical Center; Hurley Medical Center; and McLaren Regional Medical Center. Postdoctoral clinical health psychology fellows are employed by one of the three hospitals in the consortium. This consortium allows for sharing of faculty and resources to provide comprehensive training programs in Clinical Health Psychology and fosters collaboration between psychology and medicine within a variety of health care settings.