Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Clinical Scholars Program

Posted on February 5, 2018

RWJF Accepting Applications for Clinical Scholars Program

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is accepting applications for its Clinical Scholars program, a three-year leadership program for clinically active healthcare providers and practitioners.

The program provides participants with the opportunity to build and develop the skills they need to lead communities and organizations toward a Culture of Health. Strong applicants include teams that bring knowledge of and experience in the art and science of health care services, a unique perspective as providers in health and health care systems, and an understanding of the special relationship with patients and communities.

The total award to the grantee organization will be up to $105,000 per team member for the three-year fellowship program; so, for example, the award for a three-member team would be up to $315,000. Teams may comprise between two and five individuals; however, the size of the team may not increase during the grant term. The final grant amount includes funds to support the ongoing participation of all team members for all three years, including salary support, project funding, and travel.

To be eligible, applicants must be an organization based in the United States or one of its territories. In addition, applicant organizations must assemble an interprofessional team of two to five members representing different health professions. Teams may consist of members from within the same or across different organizations.

See the RWJF Foundation for complete program guidelines, information about mandatory leadership retreats, an FAQ, and application instructions.

Deadline: March 14, 2018

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