Provide mentorship and advanced practice experience through evidence based clinical methods and didactic learning to foster leaders in the speech language pathology profession.
The clinical fellowship program will provide the fellow with clinical training and didactic learning with adults in the hospital and outpatient settings. This is a multi-faculty program that allows fellows to receive mentorship from experienced clinicians to build a full-time caseload across multiple diagnosis.
This is a 48 week (11 month) program from June-April with the majority of the learning taking place within the adult hospital setting. The hospital session/term is composed of a series of clinical rotations including neurology, intensive care unit, head/neck, videofluoroscopic swallow study, and general medical. The adult outpatient rotation focuses on aerodigestive and voice diagnoses with occasional exposure to the cognition, aphasia, and dysphagia diagnoses.
At the conclusion of the fellowship, the fellow will receive their Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) indicating a professional credential that serves as a mark for excellence and an indicator of an independent practicing clinician.
Master's degree in speech language pathology by May 31. Provisional license in the state of Michigan.
Applications will be accepted from 1/22-3/1 at 11:59pm (ET). Applicants will be contacted regarding their status within 2-4 weeks following the application deadline.
Applicants should submit their resume, along with an essay of 1,000 words or less addressing why they are seeking this clinical fellowship, and what experiences or qualities they have that will allow them to succeed in this role.