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Invitation to Review APTR-CDC Fellowship Applications

Thursday, October 9, 2014   (0 Comments)
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Faculty Objective Reviewers Needed for APTR-CDC Preventive Medicine and Public Health Fellowship

Reviewer Participation Timeline: October 14th to October 27th

  • No paper - applications will be sent via email
  • Online objective scoring tool - no comments required
  • Reviews take 15 minutes per application to complete
  • Reviewers receive between 2 and 4 applications for scoring
  • Contribute to the success of the APTR-CDC Fellowship program

APTR is pleased to announce that it received 114 applications for one Preventive Medicine and Public Health Fellowship opportunity based at the CDC Public Health Practice and Policy Branch located in Atlanta, GA.

The Fellowship is titled "Interprofessional Education Approach to Develop Public Health Practice & Policy" and will begin in February 2015.

We are seeking APTR member faculty to serve as Objective Reviewers for these applications. Reviewers will receive instructions via email to review and score their assigned applications online. Each application should take approximately 15 minutes to score using the online Objective Review Form.

The reviewer scores will be due on Monday, October 27, 2014. Reviewers will receive between 2 and 4 applications. Your participation in this important activity will ensure that students who are selected for these programs are the very best candidates, equipped to serve federal agencies and make contributions to the field.

To volunteer as an APTR Faculty Objective Reviewer for this cycle email Katy Hamlin at klh@aptrweb.org to confirm that you are willing to review.

We at APTR thank you in advance for your commitment to our training programs.

The APTR-CDC Preventive Medicine and Public Health Fellowship Program was established in 1995 to provide preventive medicine and public health students and graduates leadership experience in public health practice and policy and training with leading experts in the field of preventive medicine and public health. For more information about the fellowships and eligibility requirements, please visit: www.aptrweb.org/cdcfellowships


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