The LLU Addiction Medicine Fellowship curriculum is tailored to fellows providing whole person care. We integrate aspects of mental, social, physical and spiritual health in treating substance use disorders.

Curriculum Highlights

  • Engage with a wide array of patient demographics at multiple rotation sites.
  • Contribute to the academic advancing of addiction medicine with the aid of mentors
  • Network via involvement in the American College of Academic Addiction Medicine.
  • Learn and apply motivational interviewing and other aspects of therapy.

Curriculum by Year

PGY - 1

Our program is a one year fellowship with clinical training in effective pharmacological and psychosocial management of substance use disorders in multiple settings.

Didactics and Educational Activities

You’ll attend virtual lectures hosted by the American College of Academic Addiction Medicine (ACAAM) and network with programs and experts across the country. Topics range from social determinants to the latest data on neurobiology.

You have opportunities to contribute to scholarly advancement by participating in: Journal clubs Presenting in grand rounds Question writing for long term learning modules with ACAAM

  • Journal clubs
  • Presenting in grand rounds
  • Question writing for long term learning modules with ACAAM