Clinical Scholars equips interdisciplinary teams of clinicians with the skills, tools, and network they need to create real change in their community. Do you want to make your community healthier and more equitable? Consider applying for our next cohort.

Our teams work across specialties to bring fresh thinking and innovation to wicked problems. For example, our team working on opioid misuse prevention in Milwaukee, Wis., includes physician Syed Ahmed, psychologist L. Kevin Hamberger, physician Robert Hurley, and pharmacist Kajua Lor.

Applications for Clinical Scholars will open in January of 2018.

Interested in applying? Here are the eligibility requirements:

  1. Interdisciplinary teams of two to five clinically active professionals, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, allied health professionals, veterinarians, and more.

  2. Team members with active clinical licenses.

  3. Team members with significant community-focused research or program experience.

  4. At least one team member with a terminal degree in his or her profession.

If this is you, RSVP to attend our webinar on the Clinical Scholars program components November 29th from 3:30–4:30pm EST.

More information on deadlines, how to apply, and tips for a successful application are coming soon.

If this program isn’t right for you, but you know others who may be interested, please share this email—especially with those who might not otherwise hear about an opportunity like this. We're looking for great thinkers from many clinical specialties, backgrounds, and perspectives!

“The RWJF Clinical Scholars program is a transformative experience for any professional wanting to create a culture of health in their community.”

—Dean Coffey, PsyD, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, Clinical Scholars Fellow

Clinical Scholars
National Program Center
Phone: 919-843-3304
Clinical.scholars@unc.edu
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