Eligibility and Application Requirements

Thank you for your interest in the Chief Resident Immersion Training (CRIT) Program in Addiction Medicine! Applications are accepted until February 3, 2017. We will inform applicants of the status of their application by March 15th.

This training is geared toward incoming chief residents and their faculty mentors who are interested in a comprehensive update in addiction medicine and are motivated to teach residents and medical students about addiction medicine.

Chief residents can apply alone or with a faculty mentor.

Chief Resident candidates must:


Matthew Miles from Indiana University School of Medicine

  • Have accepted a chief resident position in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or Emergency Medicine for the next academic year
  • Expect to spend greter than 50%  time teaching during their chief resident year
  • Be able to attend the entire training


Amy Pasternack, Cambridge Health Alliance and Allison Rapoport, Fellow, from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center






Faculty Mentor candidates must:

  • Be a Program Director or core residency program faculty
  • Have a chief resident who has applied to the current CRIT program (Note: only Faculty Mentors whose chief has been accepted to the program may attend.)
  • Be able to assist with the development and implementation of the Chief Resident Substance Use Teaching Project
  • Be able to attend the entire training

Junior Faculty candidates must:

  • Be a Division Chief, Chair, or Program Director
  • Faculty in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine
  • Committed to Clinician Education
  • Be able to attending the entire training
  • Complete the Junior Faculty Mentor Application

Please complete the specific online application from the links above.


For more information, please contact:

Danna Gobel| Program Manager | 617.414.6946 (P)| 617.414.4676 (F)

801 Massachusetts Ave, 2nd floor Boston, MA 02118