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Statistical information plays an important role in informing actions and policies to improve the health of individuals and communities. With this guiding principal, the National Center for Health Statistics and AcademyHealth developed the NCHS/AcademyHealth Health Policy Fellowship Program.
The program is designed to encourage the use of NCHS data systems and programs by the health services research community in response to current health policy questions, and provide a basis for future health policy.
Each year, the program recruits one (1) fellow (preferably a senior investigator at the associate professor level, tenured or non-tenured) from the field of health services and policy research to conduct research on-site at NCHS for up to twelve months using the NCHS restricted data files, especially taking advantage of the Center’s linked data files. The fellow will have unique access to restricted data file(s) (free-of-charge) through the NCHS Research Data Center (RDC), and potentially other Federal Statistical Research Data Centers (FSRDC), to enhance and improve their research. The duration of this appointment is approximately 12 months.
Who Should Apply?
The program is geared toward senior researchers with at least 5 years of post-doctorate research experience. Applicants must have a doctoral degree and a demonstrated record of research independence and accomplishments in health services research in disciplines such as public health, public administration, health care administration, sociology, health economics, health statistics, anthropology, and behavioral sciences, or clinical care, including medicine, nursing, dentistry, and pharmacology.
If you believe you meet these requirements, we encourage you to apply. We look at all components of the application in the review process.
2019 NCHS/AcademyHealth Health Policy Scholar
2016-2019 Board of Advisors
|Becky Briesacher, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University
|Norma Coe, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Health Services, School of Public Health, University of Washington
|Marie Diener-West, Ph.D.
Helen Abbey and Margaret Merrell Professor in Biostatistical Education, Department of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
|Seth Freedman, Ph.D., M.A.
Assistant Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Bloomington
|Paul Hebert, Ph.D.
Investigator, Health Services Research and Development,
VA Puget Sound Health Care System
|Leighton Ku, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Professor, Dept. of Health Policy and Management; Director, Center for Health Policy Research, Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University
|Jill Marsteller, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research; Associate Professor, Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
|Ernest Moy, M.D.
Medical Officer, Office of Analysis and Epidemiology, National Center for Health Statistics
|Jeremiah Schuur, M.D., M.H.S.
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School,
Brigham and Women's Hospital