Applications are now being accepted for the 5th Community Research Fellows Training Program! If you currently work in community health or if you’re interested in reducing health disparities in your community, consider this 17-week program based on the Master of Public Health curriculum at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The program will cover topics such as public health and health disparities research, research methods, health literacy, research ethics, community health, clinical trials, cultural competency, policy research, grant writing, community organizing, and more!
To learn more about becoming a fellow, you’re invited to attend our upcoming information session on Wednesday, February 13th from 5:30-6:30 pm in the Ferguson Municipal Public Library Auditorium. Applications are due on February 28, with program orientation on April 18 and the program running Thursday evenings from May 2-August 22.
To submit an application or for additional information, contact the CRFT program at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-747-2183.