The Rockefeller Foundation-Boston University Commission on Health Determinants, Data, and Decision-making (3-D Commission) is an ambitious initiative that combines the insights of social determinants and the power of data to inform decisions that affect the health of populations. The 3-D Commission engages 25 commissioners from all over the world to make recommendations on how data- and determinant-driven policies and practice can more efficiently and systematically improve population health in countries across the wealth spectrum.
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Boston University School of Public Health invites emerging scholars to engage with work of the Commission through the 3-D fellowship. The Fellowship allows fellows to support the work of the 3-D Commission, conduct original research, and translate the work of the Commission to the wider world. Fellows will be selected to represent the demographic regions of Africa, the Americas, South East Asia, Europe, the Eastern Mediterranean, and the Western Pacific. Fellows will receive mentorship from the 3-D Commission and have the opportunity to contribute to the conversation on how determinants, data, and decision-making can affect global population health.
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