Kaiser Permanente Safety Net Fellowship at The Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Massachusetts, 2013 2014
Scholarship Program: Kaiser Permanente Safety Net Fellowship 2013 2014
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: Fellowship is open for U.S. citizens only.
Employer: Kaiser Permanente Safety Net is funding fellowship program.
Level of study: Fellowship is available for research studies.
Subject(s): Fellowship is open to study in the field of health care system.
Duration: Fellowships are one year in duration, July through June.
Number of awards: The fellowship award duration is unspecified.
Am I eligible? Candidates must be from a safety net organization in the United States. Candidates from both health care delivery and advocacy organizations will be considered.
How do I apply? Students can apply for this fellowship program through electronically.
What does it cover? Fellows will receive personalized guidance to help them re-engage and transform their own institutions after graduation.Fellowships include travel and tuition, and support expenses associated with individual learning plans
Scholarship Description: The Kaiser Permanente Safety Net Fellowship supports fellows from safety net organizations in the United States. Funded by Kaiser Permanente and hosted at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in Cambridge, Massachusetts, this new fellowship signals a commitment on the part of both organizations to support safety net organizations in cultivating a just, equitable, and patient centered health care system.
Application closing date: Nomination package should be submitted by no later than 15 October, 2012.