We offer nursing postgraduate fellowships for either nurse practitioners or physician assistants. Our program allows the fellow to gain clinical experience in a variety of subspecialties as well as weekly education, and all of our fellows complete an evidence-based practice project. Fellows will be full-time employees and will be fully compensated with exceptional benefits.
Oncology & Critical Care Fellowship Programs for Advanced Practice Providers
The postgraduate oncology and critical care fellowship for advanced practice nurses and physician assistants is an innovative program at the OSUCCC – James.
The program enables advanced practice nurses and physician assistants to gain first-hand clinical experience and knowledge specific to oncology or critical care. Rotations include critical care, emergency department and disease-specific oncology service lines.
As the only cancer program in the country that features a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center aligned with a nationally-ranked academic medical center and a freestanding cancer hospital on the campus of a large public university, the OSUCCC – James provides an exciting professional learning environment that fosters excellence in patient care, education and research.
Our Relationship-Based Care Model, in combination with evidence-based clinical care is the foundation of our fellowship program. The year-long fellowship includes both clinical and didactic study that covers the continuum of cancer care, from prevention and early detection through active treatment and on to survivorship and/or end-of-life care. During the fellowship program, participants will develop core oncology knowledge that will enable them to practice independently in any oncology setting while also having the opportunity to pursue a disease-specific area of focus.
The program is open to:
- Recent graduates meeting requirements for entry into the program or;
- Experienced nurse practitioners or physician assistants interested in oncology but with no clinical oncology background
Fellowship applicants must meet the following criteria by the start of the program in September:
- Have completed an advanced practice provider master’s program from an accredited university
- Be recognized as a nurse practitioner or physician assistant by the State Medical or Nursing Board of Ohio
Are Benefits Offered?
Fellows will be full-time employees at the OSUCCC – James and will be fully compensated with exceptional benefits.
Applications accepted beginning January 1, and the deadline to apply is March 1.
Digital interviews will be scheduled for February through March.
In-person interviews will take place in April.
Fellows begin September.
For more information about the program, email Precious.Suchora@osumc.edu.