- Attend three consecutive meetings of the CERA Steering Committee. Attendance is required for graduation from the fellowship program. These meetings are expected to occur in person at the STFM Annual Meeting at the start and end of the fellowship, and at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting in November.
- Serve as a mentor for at least one research group in conjunction with an established mentor; including submitting paper for publication (paper submission may happen post-fellowship)
- Score proposals for one CERA survey during the year.
- Work with a CERA survey director to select proposals for the survey, help to refine questions and design the survey.
- Participate in scoring the CERA Paper of Year competition
- Hold a quarterly call with the Chair of the Steering Committee
- Submit at least one proposal in response to CERA Calls for Proposals
- Applicant must be a full-time or part-time faculty member in a family medicine department or family medicine residency program.
- Applicant must be an active member of at least one CAFM organization (STFM, ADFM, NAPCRG, AFMRD)
- Preference will be given to faculty members in the first 5 years of their academic careers.
All travel costs associated with the fellowship will be the responsibility of the fellow or the fellow’s home program. CERA leadership will donate their time and effort to CERA and the fellow. A letter from the applicant’s Department Chair or Program Director pledging the monetary and time support will be required with the application.
Email the following materials to Sam Grammer at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, February 27, 2023
- Personal Statement of Interest (max 350 words)
- A letter from the applicant’s Department Chair or Program Director pledging the monetary and time support required for the fellowship
Applicants will be screened by the CERA Steering Committee. The committee will evaluate applicants based on their curriculum vitae and personal statements outlining why the candidate is interested in the fellowship. Interviews may be conducted at the committee’s discretion.