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Pathway Director

Dr. Jehan Budak

Assistant Professor
Division of Allergy & Infectious Diseases
Assistant Medical Director, Madison Clinic, Harborview Medical Center

jehan@uw.edu

Overview

The University of Washington Internal Medicine Residency HIV Medicine Pathway is a 3-year experience designed for residents interested in a career caring for persons with HIV, whether in the WWAMI region, in the United States, or abroad.

The goal is to train general internists who, as part of their career, want to have a significant proportion of their practice devoted to caring for people with HIV. Although the pathway is not generally designed to be a springboard to an ID fellowship, some graduates of the program are fellowship trained.

The cornerstone of the pathway is the continuity clinic experience at the Madison Clinic, a Ryan White Funded Clinic at Harborview Medical Center, that serves as a medical home and provides both primary care and subspecialty care to ~3500 people with HIV in the Pacific Northwest.

Interested residents can apply to the pathway after Match Day.

Curriculum

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

  • Continuity clinic at the Madison Clinic at Harborview Medical Center
    • In addition to HIV and STIs and gender-affirming care, residents will also care for patients with a cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, COPD, depression, etc.
  • Residents are encouraged to do electives in geriatric and women’s health and to apply to do a rotation in Naivasha, Kenya

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Use of the National HIV Curriculum
     
  • Madison Clinic
    • HIV Journal Club twice monthly (requirement to present once during R2 or R3 year)
    • AIDS Clinical Conference once monthly
    • HIV noontime lecture series, monthly at HMC (requirement to present once in R3 year)
  • General Medicine
    • Participate in pre-clinic conference at HMC Adult Medicine Clinic prior to clinic session
  • Capstone Project
    • Required of pathway resident to work on a scholarly project based on their interests. Examples include:
      • HIV immersion month curriculum, writing a case report, poster presentation of a research project, clinic quality improvement project, etc.

CERTIFICATION EXAM

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Residents will meet with the HIV Medicine Pathway Director at least twice yearly, for career mentoring and to discuss their goals, interests, and progress.

Pathway Residents

Current Residents

  • Nik Johs
  • Julie Weis
  • Caitlin Camfield
  • Kevin Steehler
  • Lindsay Haselden
  • Devin Shen

Past Residents

Grad Year Resident Positions after residency
2019 Rebecca Touger UW Global and Rural Health Fellowship
2018 Virginia Weeks HIV primary care, Multnomah County Health Services, Portland, OR
2018 Eric Meyerowitz ID Fellowship (MGH); HIV primary care, Albert Einstein Montefiore Medical Center, New York, NY
2017 Nazlee Navabi HIV primary care, Madison Clinic
2017 Joelle Rosser ID Fellowship (Stanford)
2016 Maria Corcorran ID Fellowship (UW)
2016 Eve Lake HIV primary care, Madison Clinic
2016 Naomi Shike Hospitalist, Harborview; GIM, Pioneer Square Clinic
2015 Jehan Budak ID Fellowship (UCSF); HIV primary care, Madison Clinic
2015 Jesse Abbott Klafter Hospitalist, Northwest Medical Center, UW
2014 Brandon Fainstad Primary Care, Denver VA, University of Colorado
2014 Katie Volkman General Medicine, UW Neighborhood Clinics
2013 Chris Boyle Hospitalist, North Shore University Hospital, Chicago, IL
2013 Xaviera Ortiz HIV Primary Care Lead, Lifelong Medical Care, Alameda County, CA
2012 Judy Gayne GIM and HIV primary care, Port Townsend, WA
2012 Simha Reddy GIM and HIV, H-PACT, VA Puget Sound Health Care
2010 Brian Wood ID Fellowship (MGH); HIV primary care, Madison Clinic