The fellowship curriculum will focus on three major training areas:
Core Clinical Curriculum (clinic-based primary care, outpatient principles of HIV medicine, inpatient HIV medicine)
Our goal is for our fellows to have outstanding skills in HIV primary care. Fellows will have a structured didactic curriculum based on the National HIV Curriculum. Fellows will also see and manage a cohort of longitudinal patients and have knowledge on treating co-morbid conditions like tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and addiction medicine. Fellows will also understand how to manage critically ill patients on the inpatient service.
Fellows will be paired with one or more research and/or quality mentors with a goal of completing a scholarly project or research project during their fellowship. The project will be chosen by the fellow.
Fellows can select electives to strengthen and broaden their education based on their interests. Our fellowship offers electives in various Kaiser Permanente clinics and various community clinics.
KP Division of Research (DOR) HIV Registry
The Kaiser DOR conducts epidemiological, translational and health services research, as well as clinical trials. The DOR has the HIV Registry team, led by Dr. Michael Silverberg, which helps manage and track epidemiological data for KP Northern California, conduct clinical trials, and shares knowledge through publications, presentations and abstracts at national meetings.