About the Mini-fellowship
The Mayo Clinic Center for Tuberculosis offers mini-fellowship training to provide firsthand knowledge and experience in carrying out various aspects of tuberculosis (TB) prevention and control. The goal is to share TB expertise and knowledge with health care providers in a variety of settings, which can then be translated into clinical and public health practice. Our center works to meet the individual needs of those who attend by assessing areas of practice and communities served, and matching identified objectives with appropriate activities.
Mini-fellowships will provide an opportunity for one to four days of an individualized learning experience. Depending on the identified experience and needs of the learner, the proposed mini-fellowship will provide a more personal and intensive experience in a variety of settings, including opportunities to:
Applicants must be from one of the 11 project areas (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Wisconsin or Wyoming) and work with TB patients in either a clinical or public health setting (e.g. physicians, nurses, outreach workers and disease investigators). Fellowships are held in Rochester, Minnesota. For additional information on how you can take advantage of this unique opportunity, please contact Jennifer Curran by email or by phone at 507-266-0580.
Click the icon above to download a mini-fellowship application.