Mentoring and Cirricula

The AMT is committed to delivering superb longitudinal mentoring, regardless of your career plans: You may see yourself splitting your time between hospitalist work and service on an addiction consult team, delivering MOUD in the primary care setting, or completing addiction medicine fellowship—our job is to prepare you to lead in your chosen field.

 

UK has renowned researchers, clinicians, and educators working in addiction medicine. You will work with the track director to identify the stable of mentors you need to succeed. 

 

The field of addiction medicine changes rapidly, with new bench research, clinical studies, laws, and patient voices informing and impacting care. The AMT provides several curricula to meet the educational needs of our residents.

Our Curriculum

Rapid Review Roundtable

Quarterly rapid lit review sessions covering 3-4 recent papers, led by content experts and co-residents

 

Conducted during ambulatory blocks

AMT residents present one paper 2x/year

Addiction Research Toolbox (ART) Series

Seminar series on research and QI methods in addiction medicine

 

Capstone research or quality improvement project

Opportunities for travel/conference support to present project

Chief Resident Immersion Training (CRIT) Program

4 day immersive training in addiction medicine in Boston for PGY3+ AMT track members

 

Transportation, housing costs supported by the track

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University of Kentucky Internal Medicine Residency Program

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Designed by Megan Wolak, Sara Klinger, Chris Thomas and Neil Backer