Pain Management Undergraduate Medical Education
The UCSF Pain Management Center welcomes any medical student who would like to rotate through the clinic. The primary vehicle for this is the UCSF Anesthesia and Perioperative Care Pain Management Clerkship (140.06).
This course in pain management allows students to participate in the assessment and treatment of patients with chronic pain in an outpatient setting.
For more information and a full Anesthesia Clerkships course list, please visit:
Information specific to Visiting Students can be found on the UCSF Undergraduate Medical Education Website Visiting Students page.
For any other information or to apply, please contact:
Pain Management Graduate Medical Education
The UCSF Pain Management Center welcomes any resident who would like to rotate through the clinic. Coordination with the Department of Anesthesia Residency Program is required for both visiting and UCSF trainees.
UCSF Pain Medicine Fellowship training consists of 12 months of full-time training after satisfactory completion of a core ACGME accredited residency program.
The UCSF Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Program is a one-year ACGME-accredited clinical fellowship devoted to training future leaders in all areas of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
Applicants interested in pursuing training with the UCSF Palliative Medicine Fellowship should follow the instructions via the ERAS Fellowship Documents Office.
Other Educational Opportunities
Observational preceptorships of varying lengths are also available. Visiting physicians, scientists, physician's assistants, physical therapists, pharmaceutical representatives, and others have joined us in this capacity. No direct patient care is permitted.
To apply, please contact:
UCSF Pain Management Center