Health Policy Fellowships

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EMRA / ACEP Medical Student Elective in Health Policy

Student Opportunity

This course is reserved for 4th year medical students applying for EM residency programs with an interest in health policy. The 2-week course takes place at the ACEP headquarters in Washington, DC and may be taken as a research elective for credit.

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EMRA Fellowship Guide

Chapter 11 Health Policy Fellowship

Healthy policy fellowships strive to educate future physician leaders who will be effective change agents within the health care system and ultimately serve to shape the future health care landscape. This is accomplished through the development of academic, clinical, and professional skillsets. EM providers, with their experience at the gateway to health care and broad clinical training, are uniquely qualified to serve in this capacity.

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