The University of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine sponsors several emergency medicine fellowships and postgraduate training opportunities designed to help emergency physicians further their careers. From community medical directors to residency program leaders, professional team physicians to institutional directors of disaster medicine, graduates of our fellowship and postgraduate training programs are advancing patient care, medical education, and healthcare policy across the globe.
In addition to sponsoring a number of accredited fellowships under the direction of experienced, nationally recognized faculty, our department offers a unique “3+1 training” model for internal current residents wishing to pursue an extra year of specialized education and training at UW.
Fellowship differentiation is becoming increasingly important in a competitive Emergency Medicine job market. Our graduates are well positioned to obtain desired job placements after graduation in a variety of clinical settings worldwide.
We take pride in preparing fellows for successful and fulfilling careers, and we hope you’ll explore these pages to learn more about what we can offer you.
- Administration, Quality, and Leadership
- Clinical Informatics⯏
- Critical Care Transport & Helicopter EMS (Med Flight)
- Education Scholarship (GME/UME tracks)
- Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
- Global Emergency Medicine
- Medical Simulation
- 3+1 opportunities for current UW EM residents⯏
Finding the Right Fit
The BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine educates, mentors, and develops future leaders in Emergency Medicine, whether individuals devote their efforts to advancing emergency prehospital care, research, public health, or public policy. We are collaborative across disciplines, specialties, health systems, and even countries, and we work toward our mission within a professional environment that supports and elevates the individual while aiming to build a sense of community and purpose.
We do all this in a vibrant, picturesque city—voted the #1 best place to live in the U.S. the last two years in a row—and located in one of the best states in which to practice medicine.
“Why Wisconsin?” Let us show you! Explore what it means to be part of the UW Emergency Medicine community through these videos:
Success in Academic Medicine
To support individuals in navigating the early stage of their career and the transition from resident to attending faculty, we offer a bimonthly Success in Academics lecture series designed specifically for fellows and first-year faculty to gain insights into the world of academic medicine.
Presented by Department of Emergency Medicine faculty, these lectures cover topics such as time management, academic productivity, financial literacy, burnout and resiliency, to help you grow professionally and academically.
Our Success in Academics lecture series offers more than quick-hitting tips and practical know-how for early-career physicians. It’s an extension of our enduring commitment to mentorship and holistic investment in individual success. See what some past fellows have said about the lecture series:
“This lecture series was a big part of why I chose to come to UW for my fellowship training. I like that the department wants [fellows] to succeed, and this series highlights this commitment.”
“In all my training, not once have I received a lecture on time management, and I really appreciated this.”
“I was looking for a new framework, and this lecture series offered me a manageable solution.”
Living in Madison, Wisconsin
Madison is consistently ranked one of the best places to live in the country, on measures ranging from fitness to food and family life. Some have even called it the best city ever!
Located on an isthmus between the two largest of five sparkling lakes, the city boasts beautiful scenery and plentiful outdoor adventure year-round with 260 parks and beaches and 13 state parks within a one hour drive.
As the home of our state government and the flagship University of Wisconsin campus, it’s also a hub of education and the arts. A vibrant city with a population of just over 250,000, Madison is a mid-sized city that perfectly blends urban style with natural beauty and small-town ease.
Explore Madison in every season