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Robyn Jordan

Program overview

The UNC Addiction Medicine Fellowship is a unique, 12-month program that crosses many disciplines with goal of training the next generation of Addiction Medicine Specialists.  The program accepts fellows from any ACGME accredited specialty and we are strongly committed to providing an integrated training experience, treating addiction in a multitude of settings.  Our faculty are leaders in their fields, with a creative spirit that allows innovation in the field of Addiction Medicine, creating a supportive environment while also expanding capacity for addiction treatment in North Carolina.

The fellows work in a variety of teams, learning firsthand how addiction interfaces with other specialties and professions.  The learning environment varies from direct didactic training, hands-on simulations, case-based learning, in addition to direct patient care.

The UNC Addiction Medicine Fellowship began in July 2018 and received ACGME accreditation in April 2019.  The program provides full financial support for 8 Addiction Medicine Fellows annually.

Robyn Jordan, MD, PhD
Director, Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program

 

Diversity Statement

The culture of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) Addiction Medicine Program (AMP) is to create an environment that is safe and accepting to all people, particularly focused on trauma-informed care and harm reduction.  The UNC-AMP recognizes the need to expand cultural sensitivity to include minority populations as an area for development, particularly given the historic and current systemic barriers that occlude Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Color (BIPOC) and LGBTQI people from accessing life-saving addiction treatment.  The UNC-AMP is committed to exploring and understanding systemic racial disparities and how these disparities impact care for BIPOC/LGBTQI people.  The UNC-AMP chose to take action by focusing on two areas: 1) enhance education of UNC-AMP faculty and staff through participation in the UNC School of Medicine’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion certificate course; and 2) creation of referral pathways for the prison and jail systems of NC to transition people to addiction treatment upon release from incarceration.   By taking these steps, the UNC-AMP seeks to expand knowledge about treatment disparities and to expand access to care for those from diverse backgrounds.

Announcements

July, 2021

Applications are now being accepted through ERAS for the 2022-2022 Academic Year.  Interviews will begin in August.

 

Welcome new Fellows!

Alessia Bhargava, MD, Psychiatry

Daniel Ceglowski, MD, Emergency Medicine

Stuart Ross, MD, Family Medicine

Sravanthi Utpala, MD, Psychiatry

 

Welcome fellows Fall 2021!

Parth Sarayia, MD Preventive Medicine

Denise Torres, MD, Preventive Medicine

 

June, 2020

The UNC Addiction Medicine Fellowship received an award from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to expand fellowship training to 8 fellows annually!  This expansion in training will go into effect for the July 2021 application cycle.

April 2019

The UNC Addiction Medicine Fellowship received ACGME accreditation.

 

January 2019

Congratulations Dr. Baca Atlas for becoming a Ruth Fox Memorial Scholar.  Dr. Baca Atlas was a UNC Addiction Medicine fellow in 2018-2019.

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