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The application for the National Clinician Scholars Program (NCSP) is now open. The new research training fellowship program formed by the University of Pennsylvania, UCLA, the University of Michigan, and Yale University builds on the legacy of the Clinical Scholars program. NCSP will educate nurses and physicians to serve as leaders, researchers, and change agents in health care, community health, and public policy.

Penn, UCLA, Michigan, and Yale posted press releases on the launch of the program. To apply and learn more please visit the NCSP website. Individuals selected or the 2016-18 Cohort will begin the program on July 1, 2016. Please email Nationalclinicianscholars@gmail.com with any questions.
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