A new track in the Health and Aging Policy Fellows Program: Applications due April 15

Monday, February 1, 2021

Linda P. Fried, MD, MPH, and John W. Rowe, MD, have initiated a new track -- Societal Aging & Age-Friendly Public Health -- in the Health and Aging Policy Fellows Program run by Harold Pincus, MD, and Kathleen Pike, PhD. The track will be based at the Columbia Aging Center. Candidates with a strong commitment to health and aging issues, leadership potential, and interest in aging-relevant policy work are invited to apply.

Funded by The John A. Hartford Foundation, Atlantic Philanthropies, and West Health Policy Center, the year-long Health and Aging Policy Fellows Program trains professionals in the development and implementation of health policies that affect older adults. Applicants may choose from among any track: Global, State and Community, VA, Behavioral Health or the new Societal Aging & Age-Friendly Public Health tracks.

Selected fellows will join a network 153 Fellows and Alumni around the country. 

Click here to view the current RFA, (due 4/15) which includes information about the program and how to apply. Please contact the HAPF National Program Office as well at [email protected] with any questions and to discuss this opportunity in further detail or to attend an information session.