UCSF Medical Center APP Fellowship Programs

UCSF offers two advanced practice provider (APP) fellowship programs that are led by exceptional advanced practice providers and feature practice-based learning, didactic education, mentorship and scholarly projects. The programs are designed to expand the knowledge and skills new graduate (within 18 months of program completion) APPs acquire during their graduate or doctoral training. Fellows are paid and receive full benefits. The programs run November 1 to October 31, annually.

Surgical and Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Fellowship

The UCSF Surgical and Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Fellowship is the first critical care NP fellowship in California, and the first surgical NP fellowship in the country to earn Accreditation with Distinction, the highest recognition awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). The program is in its ninth cohort and is supported by UCSF Health, the UCSF Office of Advanced Practice Providers, the UCSF School of Nursing, and the UCSF Departments of Surgery and Anesthesia. In August of 2021, it was again awarded Accreditation with Distinction. The program accepts Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioners.

For more information: https://npfellowship.ucsf.edu/about-the-program.aspx
Contact and questions: [email protected]

 

Cancer Services Nurse Practitioner Fellowship

The UCSF Cancer Services Nurse Practitioner Fellowship is midway through its second cohort and will be applying for ANCC accreditation in 2023. The fellowship has tremendous support from UCSF Health, UCSF Cancer Services, the UCSF Office of Advanced Practice Providers, and the UCSF School of Nursing. The program accepts Adult or Family advanced practice registered nurses with certification from ANCC (AG-ACNP, AG-PCNP, or FNP) or AANP (AG-PCNP).

For more information: https://cancer.ucsf.edu/nurse-practitioner-fellowship
Contact and questions: [email protected]

 

Emergency Medicine Advanced Practice Provider Fellowship

The fellowship is sponsored by the UCSF Office of Advanced Practice Providers, UCSF Medical Center, and UCSF School of Nursing. The fellowship is a 12-month transition to practice program for new graduate Physician Assistants (PAs) and Nurse Practitioners (NPs) and is designed to expand on the knowledge and skills acquired during graduate or doctoral PA and NP programs. The UCSF APP ED Transition to Practice Fellowship will feature clinical rotations, didactic education, mentorship, and a scholarly project. The program will be led by Ryan Wilson, MSPAS, MPH, BS, PA-C, Thomas Dodsworth, MS, RN, ANP-C, and an experienced team of emergency department APPs who will orient and train fellows in the clinical skills, institutional values, and expectations necessary to successfully provide care as an APP in the UCSF Medical Center Emergency Department.

For more information: https://advancedpractice.ucsf.edu/emergency-medicine-fellowship
Contact and questions: [email protected]