Paul Ambrose Scholars Program

Paul Ambrose Scholars Program

 Request for Applications

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 8, 2010

 The Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR) would like to inform you of a valuable scholarship opportunity for students of the health professions.

APTR is now accepting applications for the 2010 Paul Ambrose Scholars Program (PASP).  PASP is the leadership program that stimulates interest in disease prevention, health promotion, and interprofessional collaboration among students of the health professions. This unique program provides scholarships for 40 to 50 students to attend a 3-day symposium in Washington, DC and conduct a funded community-based health education project in their community or at their institution. 

Please visit our website at www.aptrweb.org/pasp to learn more about the Paul Ambrose Scholars Program and to access the online application.  For additional program information or questions regarding the application process, please contact Amy Doggett (202.463.0550, ext 123) or Emily Springer ( oreas@aptrweb.org 202.463.0550, ext . 137). PASP Eligibility:Applicants must be a current student* in one of the following areas of graduate study within the US:

Dentistry (entering years 2-4 in fall 2010)

·  Allopathic Medicine (entering years 2-4 in fall 2010)

 ·  Osteopathic Medicine (entering years 2-4 in fall 2010)

 ·  Graduate Physician Assistant

  ·  Graduate Nursing 

 ·  Pharmacy (entering years 5 or 6 in a PharmD program in fall 2010)

 * Note: Students currently enrolled in public health programs or with graduate degrees in public health are NOT eligible. Applicants graduating in the spring/summer 2010 are NOT eligible.*Application Deadline — *February 8, 2010

 Applicant Notification — April 1, 2010 2010 Paul Ambrose Scholars Symposium — June 25-27, 2010

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