FAQs

Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship

What are the benefits of the hospice and palliative medicine fellowship program?

Some of the benefits to the hospice and palliative medicine fellowship program and the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine include the following:

  • Professional society membership
  • Core educational reference books
  • Paid attendance to professional conference when presenting scholarly activity
  • 15 days paid annual leave
  • 15 days sick leave
  • 5 days educational leave
  • Our fellows do not take calls after hours or on weekends
When is the ERAS open season for submitting new program applications?

The ERAS open season for submitting new program applications is mid-July each year.

When is the fellowship interview period?

The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine hospice and palliative medicine fellowship program interviews on Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. August through October.

What are the ERAS dates for applicants and programs to submit rank lists?

The ERAS dates for applicants and programs to submit rank lists is early November each year.

What are the ERAS dates for applicant and program match results?

The ERAS dates for applicant and program match results come out in early December each year.

What are the benefits of living in Reno, Nevada?

Reno is a great city to study in, live and raise a family. Read more about why our residents and fellows like living in Reno, Nevada.