Health Education England (HEE) is excited to announce its fourth cohort Population Health Fellowship programme in the South East. This fellowship, funded by Health Education England (HEE), is an opportunity for mid-career professionals (both NHS clinicians and the wider NHS workforce) who are interested in population health and tackling health inequalities as part of their practice. There are 3 fellowships in total available in the South East. These will be hosted by the Office of Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID), NHSE and West Sussex County Council. This one year fellowship involves completing a population health related project under supervision from the host organisation as well as a virtual learning programme delivered by HEE. The position requires two-days a week (one being a Tuesday), with the salary for those two days being covered by HEE.
The Fellowship will commence on Tuesday 5th September 2023.
For more information please see the below document. For full details and how to apply for the Population Health Fellowship South East, please visit the Wessex HEE website.
The closing date for applications is Friday 14th April 2023. Interviews are scheduled to take place early May 2023.
If you have any queries please email: OHIDSouthEastWorkforce@dhsc.gov.uk