THE CLINICAL SCHOLARS EXPERIENCE
Over the course of the three-year program, teams will:
- Grant funding is awarded based on team size, ranging from up to $210,000 for a two-person team to a maximum of $525,000 for a five-person team.
- Design and implement a real-world project.
- Develop high-level leadership skills through professional coaching, networking, and an advanced leadership curriculum, including seven in-person leadership sessions reinforced by distance-based learning using interactive technology.
- Continue working in their home communities and applying new learnings in real time.
- Network and become part of a national group of leaders spanning clinical specialties, thematic areas of interest, and regions.
- Receive high-touch mentoring and executive coaching from national leaders in clinical practice, health equity, public policy, and advocacy.
- Present the results of their project in several settings, including a “TED”- style talk.
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THE RESULT: LEADERS EQUIPPED TO BUILD A CULTURE OF HEALTH IN AMERICA
Upon completion, participants will be equipped to:
- Lead and collaborate across sectors, professions, and settings.
- Engage with their community, inﬂuencing systems and institutions.
- Frame systemic issues and build public will to solve them.
- Demonstrate a deep understanding of the root causes of inequity, Culture of Health, research, and other concepts.
- Advocate for systemic change to improve health and health equity.
- Break down silos across disciplines and settings to build a Culture of Health.
- Extend their leadership beyond the clinic to evolve the landscape of health and health care.
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The Robert Wood Johnson foundation
These programs continue the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s legacy of supporting the development and diversity of leaders. Initially focused on health and health care, the programs have been expanded, because we know that building a Culture of Health requires all of us in every sector, profession, and discipline working together.
For more than 40 years, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has worked to improve health and health care. It is working with others to build a national Culture of Health, enabling everyone in America to live longer, healthier lives.