Clinical Informatics Fellowship
As the nation’s first accredited clinical informatics fellowship program by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, the Stanford Clinical Informatics (CI) Fellowship builds upon Stanford’s longstanding tradition of leadership in clinical informatics. The CI fellowship program is a American Board of Medical Specialties approved Clinical Informatics board-eligible subspecialty fellowship sponsored by the American Board of Preventive Medicine. This program focuses on the understanding, integration and application of information technology to meet clinical objectives.
The CI fellowship is a 2 year full-time experience in applied clinical informatics. The program offers core informatics rotations in both Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health, and at the Stanford University School of Medicine– it is truly a Stanford-wide training program. In addition to rotations across Stanford, CI fellows will also complete rotations at other Bay Area health systems and local industry sites. Fellows in the CI fellowship are expected to complete relevant coursework, an informatics project and maintain clinical practice.
The CI fellowship program is specifically for medical graduates who are US board eligible for their primary specialty. The program is able to accept applicants from any primary specialty.