Post Graduate Fellowship in Oncology Nursing

Exceptional Nurses Engaged in Extraordinary Practice Leading the Way in Oncology Nursing Education 

APRN Current Fellows - Alysson Perrin, Emily Lemke and Jessica ScheifenThe Post Graduate Fellowship in Oncology Nursing is designed to provide advanced practice nurses an opportunity to experience a year-long Fellowship in Oncology Nursing at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center – recognized as one of the top two cancer centers in the nation. During the year, fellows will participate in graduate courses in oncology nursing. In addition, the fellowship will include a core curriculum of clinical study that will ensure exposure to the entire spectrum of oncology care from prevention to end-of-life. Fellows will select and pursue an oncology specialty area for clinical focus and practice.

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Selection Criteria

Paid, full-time fellowship positions available for the one year program. The applicant must have a minimum of a clinical master’s degree in nursing from an accredited university, be recognized as a clinical nurse specialist or nurse practitioner by the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners, be licensed as a registered nurse in the state of Texas, have two years nursing clinical experience and have current clinical experience in the advanced practice role (Experience can be either in APRN practicum or actual work experience.).

An Outstanding Educational and Clinical Opportunity for Advanced Practice Nurses

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