The primary aims of the LSUHPFP are to: 1) increase the pool of qualified ethnic health policy professionals by targeting the next generation of leaders, 2) facilitate the collaboration of health organizations and governmental agencies to develop health policy and legislation designed to eliminate health disparities, and 3) inform the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) and United States House of Representatives Health Agenda about issues related to and ways to address health disparities.
Participants in the LSUHPFP must reside in or relocate to the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Fellows receive health and dental insurance and a stipend totaling $35,000 for the twelve-month Fellowship period
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