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Advanced Fellowship at VA San Diego Healthcare System: Women's Health Clinical Psychology Research Program

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VA San Diego Healthcare System
San Diego, California

Starts on Monday, August 26, 2024

Applications due Friday, December 8, 2023

The overall goal of the Advanced Fellowship in Women’s Health is to provide interdisciplinary training to Clinical Psychology Residents to prepare them for careers as independent women’s healthcare specialists. Through a combination of clinical, research, and teaching experiences, cross-disciplinary training opportunities, and supervision from women’s health specialists, Residents will be prepared for a career in the VASDHS that integrates clinical, research, and leadership activities related to women’s health. Specifically, the fellowship provides clinical and clinical research training that: 1) Prepares Residents to provide coordinated, comprehensive, and evidence-based clinical care for women Veterans; 2) Teaches Residents how to translate the scientific literature into sound, evidenced-based practice for women Veterans, 3) Instructs Residents in the evaluation and dissemination of evidence-based practices; and 4) Provides mentored teaching and leadership experiences to impart skills and knowledge that will allow the Residents to ultimately serve as advanced clinicians and clinical researchers, advocates, educators, and mentors in the field of women’s mental health within the VA system.

Additional Information

Agency Type
VA Medical Center
APPIC Membership
No
APA Accredited
Yes
Recognized Specialty
Clinical Psychology
Emphasis or focus area
Health Psychology
Other Emphasis
Clinical Research, Women's Health
Research Time
51-75%
Training Director
Julie Kangas, PhD
Contact Email
julie.kangas@va.gov
Contact Phone
619-400-5174
Virtual Interviews
Virtual Only
Duration in Months
24
Hours Per Week
40
# of Licensed Supervisors
9
Number of Positions
1
Applications recieved last year
8
Stipend
$58,574
Will follow APPIC Selection Standards
Exempt research focus
Estimated offer date
Friday, December 22 2023
Unfilled Positions
0
Fringe Benefits
health dental and vision (after 90 days of employment)
Research opportunities
The primary goal is to train psychologists to become leading clinical researchers in high priority areas of mental health relevant to Veterans. Over the course of the two-year program, fellows are trained in clinical research and advanced clinical service delivery with state-of-the-art program administration and evaluation experiences in an interdisciplinary setting. At the end of the program, Residents are prepared for VA or university medical center careers that integrate research, clinical, training, and leadership activities.
Application Instructions
Each applicant is asked to submit the following materials via the APPA CAS portal: CV, cover letter, letters of recommendation. We will conduct a virtual informational meeting on November 3, 2023. An invitation will be sent to all emails entered into APPA CAS at that time. Materials should be submitted via the APPA CAS portal by 11:59 PM EST (8:59 PST) November 17, 2023. Interviews will be conducted virtually December 17, 2023.

This record was last updated on Monday, November 27, 2023

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