The Cancer Rehabilitation Fellowship Program is a distinctive opportunity for graduates of a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency to be trained as an expert in this newly emerging sub-specialty. Upon completion of training, fellows will be equipped to become leaders in the field of cancer rehabilitation medicine. Trainees will have meaningful opportunities in cancer related education at the departmental and institutional levels. Fellows will have an extremely broad and varied learning experience working with a diverse patient population. The University of Kansas has a vast array of State-of-the-art clinical practice facilities and treatments. Fellows will have the opportunity for clinical experiences in areas such as oncology, palliative medicine, and pain management. They will also have the chance to become proficient with interventions like ultrasound guided injections, botox, and fluoroscopic spine procedures. www.kumc.edu/school-of-medicine/physical-medicine-and-rehabilitation.html.
About The University of Kansas
The University of Kansas Medical Center serves Kansas through excellence in education, research and patient care.
KU Medical Center strives to educate exceptional health care professionals through a full range of undergraduate, graduate, professional, postdoctoral and continuing education programs. We operate three schools: Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health.
KU Medical Center actively seeks to advance the health sciences through world-class research programs.
KU Medical Center has a long-standing reputation for compassionate and state-of-the-art patient care in an academic medical center environment. Every day, our staff provides the highest-quality clinical treatment and care with a single purpose in mind: helping the patient.