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APTR-AHRQ Residency Rotation Application
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How to Apply


Application Cycle Closed 

Application Instructions

Interested candidates should review the Request for Applications (RFA) document carefully to prepare information for the application in advance. Click the following link to download the complete instructions: 

All applications MUST be submitted online through the APTR electronic form for consideration into the program. 

Applicants are required to submit:

  • Curriculum Vitae or resume
  • Letter of recommendation from Residency Program Director
  • Scientific writing sample [not to exceed two pages]

Application Overview Webinar Recording 



Preventive medicine residents with a specialty in general preventive medicine/ public health, occupational medicine, or aerospace medicine are encouraged to apply. Primary care residents with demonstrated interest in prevention, public health, or health policy are also invited to apply. 

It is expected that the residency program is a current institutional member of APTR.  If for some reason the program is not, the applicant will need to be a resident member at the time of acceptance of the rotation.  

Application Timeline

  • October - Application Cycle Opens
  • January - Application Deadline
  • March - Residents Notifications
  • April - Resident Commitments Due

Rotation Experience Questions

Tina Fan, MD, MPH  
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Application Process Questions

Katy Bidwell
APTR Program Coordinator
202.463.0550 ext. 137


For application reminders, please fill out the form below. 


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