Pre-Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Research
A Focus on Research and Scholarship
Yale School of Nursing offers several post-doctoral fellowships that provide fellows the opportunity to gain mentored training in the development of independent programs of research. Fellows participate in coursework, research seminars, faculty-sponsored and independent research, and national/international conferences. Mentoring in grantsmanship and dissemination of research are integral components of the training.
Current training programs include: Multidisciplinary Behavioral Research Training in Type 1 Diabetes; Self and Family Management of Chronic Illnesses; and the National Clinician Scholars Program at Yale.
Multidisciplinary Behavioral Research Training in Type 1 Diabetes
Fields of Study
This training program, funded by the National Institutes of Diabetes Digestive and Kidney Disorders (NIDDK), provides post-doctoral training that emphasizes multidisciplinary behavioral research in type 1 diabetes. Faculty expertise includes: improving outcomes for youth with type 1 diabetes through innovative technology, addressing hypoglycemia unawareness, evaluating coping skills training and self-management education, and evaluating psychological responses of youth with type 1 diabetes and their parents.