The Foundation and its Futures Program Sponsors are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for residents, fellows and advanced practitioners who are interested in a career in post-acute and long-term-care medicine: the Futures Program. A recent graduate noted:
The Futures Program was an outstanding educational experience - I was able to meet peers from around the nation and share our goals and philosophies. The lectures gave us a solid framework for understanding what it takes to become a medical director. The Futures Program is fundamental for anyone planning a career in post-acute & long-term care medicine.
Held during AMDA's annual symposium each year, this intensive learning experience is designed to expose participants to the numerous career opportunities available in post-acute & long-term care medicine. All participants who are chosen for this program will receive the following benefits:
Due to funding constraints there are a very limited number of full awards available. Many fellowship and/or residency programs will pay for travel/lodging to one professional conference per year. Talk with your program director and let them know that this is THE Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine program to attend in 2020!
Click here to listen to Drs. Leigh DeShong, Heather Hopkins Gil and Karen Kirkham share their experience from the 2016 Futures program in the accompanying video.
Listen to AMDA member, Dr. Bruce Dentler talk about nursing home careers.
Click here to read Futures participant, Dr. Sarah Payne's blog as she attended the 2009 Futures Program in Charlotte, NC.
Considering a career in geriatrics?
Click here to read what the Institute of Medicine has to say about the need for a greater geriatrics based workforce.