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  • Duke and Campbell University Seeking Fellows

     

    Campbell University Primary Care Champions Fellowship

    Campbell University is recruiting for its Primary Care Champions fellowship. This year-long distance-based program, designed for full-time clinicians, trains physicians and primary care PAs as leaders and educators. Fellows learn from expert faculty while working on a project of their choice to improve an aspect of their clinical practices. An optional second year leads to a Master of Health Professions Education (MHPE) degree. Stipends are available for qualified candidates. Visit the Campbell University website for more information.

    The next Virtual Open House event about the MHPE program will be held on Tuesday, October 26, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Faculty and current participants will highlight how the program offers real-life practical skills. Register here to attend. For questions or for more information about either program please contact Shani Schwab, MHPE Coordinator, at mhpe@campbell.edu or 910-893-7064.

     

    Duke Family Medicine & Community Health | Primary Care Transformation Fellowship 

    The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, with support from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), has created a two-year Primary Care Transformation Fellowship (PCTF) for physicians and physician assistants. They are currently accepting applications for the third cohort of fellows. The goal of the PCTF is to train physicians and physician assistants to lead health care transformation and improve health within their communities and community-based practice settings.

    Applications are open through January 10, 2022 for eligible MDs/Dos and PAs working in family medicine, general internal medicine, and general pediatrics. Visit their website for more information, or read blogs from current and past fellows.

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