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How to Apply

Prerequisites

  • Graduate of an accredited physician assistant or acute care nurse practitioner program with current board certification
  • North Carolina State licensure or eligibility
  • Drug Enforcement Administration licensure or eligibility
  • BLS and ACLS certifications

Application Requirements

Applications are due by April 1, 2020.

A complete application includes the following:

  • Application (Word document)
  • A signed copy of the Authorization Agreement
  • Copies of BLS and ACLS certification cards
  • A one-page typewritten narrative stating why you are interested in our Abdominal Transplant Fellowship for APPs
  • Three (3) applicant evaluation forms (including one from your NP/PA program)
  • Official certification of NCCPA/AANP/ANCC (if certified)

An electronic reference form will be sent directory to the reference(s) provided in the application form.

E-mail notification will be sent to you upon receipt of your completed application.

Program admission is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of Employee Health Screening and the Duke Hospital Credentialing Process.

Please submit all application materials to:

Kenai Hattori
Director of Abdominal Transplant Fellowship for APPs
Kenai.Hattori@duke.edu

Interview

Applicants will be invited for a personal interview based on evidence of academic achievement, interpersonal skills, motivation, personal maturity, enthusiasm, and a strong desire for further development in the field of Abdominal Transplant.

Forms

Application Form (Word document)

Contact

Kenai Hattori
Director of Abdominal Transplant Fellowship for APPs
Duke University Hospital
Kenai.Hattori@duke.edu

Hailey Kessler
Assistant Director of Abdominal Transplant Fellowship for APPs
Duke University Hospital
Hailey.Kessler@duke.edu