The Indiana University Department of Family Medicine seeks a Marriage and Family Therapy doctoral student for an academically focused doctoral internship in their Family Medicine Residency Program. The intern will be engaged in teaching psychosocial and behavioral medicine curricula to family medicine resident-physicians, provide medical family therapy with patients of the IU-Methodist Family Medicine Center, and have opportunities to engage in department and medical school professional development programs and scholarly activities. Teaching is provided to resident-physicians through rotations, didactic sessions, small group discussions, inpatient teaching, professional development groups, and direct observations of residents.
Approved supervision and mentoring will be provided by current MFTs on the department faculty. The internship is a unique opportunity to learn about a career in academic family medicine.
The intern will interact as a member of the residency faculty in support of this mission for the duration of this full-time, 13 month internship. Salary is commensurate with current benchmarks for MFT doctoral internships.
Applications will be accepted until January 29, 2018. Interviews will be scheduled in March 2018. Interested applicants should send CV, list of references, and cover letter referencing the position as a single PDF file via email to the HR director, email@example.com or mailed:
Jennifer Burba, MSEd Human Resources 1110 W Michigan St, Long Hall 200 Indianapolis, IN 46202 317-278-0300 http://family.medicine.iu.edu/
The department seeks a pre-doc or post-doc candidate with a strong interest in academic medicine. Applicants must be post-master’s degree and have all PhD perquisites and coursework completed. Ability to teach in a highly applied setting, willingness to learn about medical education and healthcare delivery, and a high tolerance for ambiguity and change are important.
About Indiana University Department of Family Medicine
The Indiana University School of Medicine, established in 1903, is the only allopathic medical school in the state of Indiana and has the largest medical student body in the country. The Department of Family Medicine has a uniquely important mission to serve the primary care workforce needs of Indiana.
The IU Department of Family Medicine is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer; qualified women and minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.