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Residency and Fellowship Programs

The University of Kansas HospitalAs an academic medical center, The University of Kansas Health System prepares clinical and nonclinical professionals to pursue excellence in every aspect of patient care and outcomes. As a resident in any of our programs, you will expand your knowledge, sharpen your leadership skills and develop responsibility and academic relevance. And you will put this knowledge into daily practice.

Nursing residency
Our nurse residency program helps new BSN nurses adapt to a stimulating, fast-paced healthcare environment. The program emphasizes critical thinking, leadership, evidence-based nursing practice, patient safety and professional career advancement. Nurses who participate in this program report very high job satisfaction.

Physician residencies and fellowships
Our physician residency and fellowship programs offer more than 20 areas of specialization. These programs are operated under the oversight of the University of Kansas School of Medicine's Graduate Medical Education Office.

Pharmacy residency
Participants in our pharmacy residency program expand their clinical knowledge, sharpen leadership skills and develop responsibility and scholarly relevance.

Pastoral education residency
A residency in clinical pastoral education provides professional training for people interested in serving spiritual needs. The program is accredited by the Center for Spiritual Care and Pastoral Formation and the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy.

Administrative fellowship
Our administrative fellowship program provides exceptional leadership and management training within an academic medicine environment. As participants work on projects across various areas of the health system, they gain the skills to become exceptional leaders in healthcare.

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