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Three Informatics Fellowship Programs Now Accepting Applications

Strengthening health systems through interprofessional education (SHINE) is the focus of these fellowship programs, collaboratively offered by CDC and practice partners. The Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship (APHIF), Informatics Training in Place Program (I-TIPP), and Health Systems Integration Program (HSIP) are fellowship programs that provide capacity building opportunities at health departments in health systems, informatics, and epidemiology. The fellowship programs’ mission is to meet the nation’s increasing and urgent need for applied public health informatics and epidemiology workforce capacity in state and local health departments.

The deadline to apply for the Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship (APHIF) is February 1.

The deadline to apply for the Health Systems Integration Program (HSIP) is February 17.

The deadline to apply for the Informatics Training in Place Program (I-TIPP) is April 1.

Mention that you heard about the fellowship from ASPPH when you apply!

APHIF was established in 2012 to train recent graduates in the expanding field of applied public health informatics. The goal of the fellowship is to provide a high quality training experience for the fellow while providing service to the host agency and to secure long-term career placement for fellows at the state or local level. Participating fellows will receive one year of on-the-job training at a local or state health agency under the guidance of experienced mentors.

HSIP aims to place public health professionals at State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial health departments. The recent push for improved outcomes in population health has called for these public health and primary care sectors to collaborate more effectively. The fellows will be involved in activities that address 1) community epidemiologic surveillance to support community health needs assessments, 2) the public health interface and use of electronic health records, and 3) lessons learned from successful public health and primary care professional partnerships.

I-TIPP is an innovative-approach to bring relevant on-the-job training to appropriate State, Tribal, Local, Territorial (STLT) health department staff. “Training-In-Place” is defined as the systematic approach to deliver an applied training curriculum in the workplace. I-TIPP aims to train members of existing workforce while they are employed in a STLT health department. Delivered over a one year period, this program is designed for individuals with an interest in gaining more training in public health informatics. This applied training program will provide an overview of various topics within public health informatics with a particular emphasis on meaningful use (MU) and surveillance system improvement.

More information about these opportunities and the link to apply is  found at: