Designed to meet the growing needs of schools of public health and other health professions for faculty with community competency. The CHSP post-doctoral program enables scholars to develop and enhance skills in working with communities and engaging in participatory community-based research at institutions where these skills are present.
-Applicant must be a United States Citizen or have legal resident status.
-Applicant must be located at one of the three training sites (Johns Hopkins, University of Michigan, or University of North Carolina) OR applicant must be willing to move to one of these training sites.
-Applicant must have completed all formal requirements for professional and post-professional training (e.g. internships or residencies) at the doctoral level by the date of entry into the Program. Please note: The term “doctoral level” refers to the degree which is generally accepted as prerequisite to being considered for a faculty position at schools of public health (e.g. Ph.D., M.D., J.D., Dr.PH).
-Applicant must be committed to a scholarly career as a faculty member in a health professional school, with emphasis on schools of public health.
-Applicant must be highly regarded as a professional by those responsible for his/her education and training.
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Funder: University of Michigan
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: U.S. Citizen