Senior Population Health Fellowship | Development Opportunity

  • Date 15th July 2024
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A development opportunity to become a Senior Fellow in Population Health covering Cheshire & Merseyside is now available for the Clinical and Non-clinical Workforce and to all sectors, including Local Authority and Voluntary, Community, Faith, and Social Enterprise (VCFSE).

Are you passionate about improving health inequalities?

Do you have academic knowledge in Public Health but lack hands-on experience?

Do you want to ensure people have the best possible health and wellbeing, no matter who they are or where they live?

Join the Senior Population Health Fellowship and spend two days a week putting your learning into practice working alongside Public health and/or population health teams in your area. People from clinical and non-clinical backgrounds, from all sectors of the health and care system (including those working with communities/VCFSE) are welcome to sign up for the fellowship, with support and guidance provided from professional mentors.

  • Six Fellowships are available across the North West region. 
  • Fellowships will commence from September 2024, 2 days per week for 1 year.

This is a multi-professional development opportunity for people working in the North-West to develop skills in population health.  The aim of the fellowship is to develop a network of people from a non-population health backgrounds to benefit place-based healthcare systems across the North West.

It is a one-year part-time programme at two days a week alongside your substantive post, which starts on Monday 9th September 2024. Fellows will work on a supervised population health project, which is focused on health inequalities and will be supported by a professional mentor.

Eligibility:

  • Working in the North West of England in a contract that continues until September 2025
  • Prior completion of master’s level Public Health/Population Health courses (2 or more master’s level CPD courses, diploma or masters in public health).

About this fellowship

  • Fellows will be recruited by each of the 3 Integrated Care Systems (ICS) – Cheshire and Merseyside, Lancashire and South Cumbria and Greater Manchester.
  • Fellows will be placed with a host organisation in their ICS – depending on location and project preference.
  • Application deadline for all six fellowships is Monday 15th July at 9am
  • Access to the application form is here – https://forms.office.com/e/Cy9k3XqkLX