Massachusetts General Hospital Fellowship Program in Rural Health Leadership
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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Massachusetts General Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital provides a full-time
fellowship for early-career clinicians who have an
interest in partnering with rural communities to improve
Fellowship components include:
- A Master's Degree in Public Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School
of Public Health
- Focused clinical time in Rosebud, South Dakota at an
Indian Health Service site
- Three curricula: A novel rural health curriculum, a
home-grown leadership curriculum, and public health
- Funding for elective away rotations and conference
- A longitudinal, mentored project tailored to fellow
- Career support through mentorship and program
Applicants from underrepresented minority groups and/or
who come from rural areas are encouraged to apply.
Eligible applicants are early-career primary care
physicians with an interest in rural health.
Amount of funding
This is a fellowship opportunity. If fellows already have
an MPH or equivalent degree, funding will instead be
offered for research or other coursework.
Graduate medical education · Health workforce education and training · Minorities · Primary care · Public health
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