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About HSHPS

Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) is a 501©3 non-profit member based organization established in 1996 to improve the health of Hispanics through academic development, research initiatives and training. Today, HSHPS is composed of 32 schools of medicine and schools of public health and is the only association for academic institutions that focuses on increasing the number of Hispanic health professionals and health issues affecting the Hispanic community. For the past 18 years, HSHPS has successfully trained over 500 health professionals by collaborating with its members, national partners and federal agencies to establish programs such as: Student Mentorship Program for Hispanic Health Research (sMPH2r)Professional Development Workshop Hispanic Health Services Research ScholarGraduate Fellowship Training Program Overview (GFTP), Conference Awards, and Scholarship Awards.

 


Graduate Fellowship Training Program (GFTP)

Student Mentorship Program for Hispanic Health Research (sMPH2r)

APPLICATIONS OPEN: January  25, 2014 for summer 2014 placement

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 1, 2014 for summer 2014 placement

APPLICATIONS OPEN: May 31, 2014 for spring 2015 placement

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 15, 2014 for spring 2015 placement

The Graduate Fellowship Training Program (GFTP) provides 10 and 15 week paid and unpaid training opportunities to: enhance the fellow's research and professional development skills; increase the fellow's knowledge about Hispanic and other minority health issues; and provide opportunities to network with other health professionals

 

The GFTP is geared towards graduate and doctoral students and recent graduates interested in working on Hispanic health research. We also accept exceptional third and fourth year undergradaute students.

 

Fellows are placed throughout the United States and Latin America within government agencies and academic institutions. All HSHPS fellows work along side a mentor, an experienced researcher or senior staff member; assist with a research project as it relates to minority health issues; and participate in a series of weekly online professional development seminars.

The Student Mentorship Program for Hispanic Health research (sMPH2r) is the first formal web and team based national mentorship program focusing on Hispanic health research.

 

The sMPH2r is a eight month program that is geared towards undergraduate juniors; undergraduate seniors who have been accepted or have applied to graduate school; and first year graduate students in the health professions who have demonstrated commitment in research and working with the Hispanic community.  

 

Mentees will be matched with a team of three (3) Mentors and will contribute to an active research project that relates to a health issue affecting the Hispanic community. Teams will e-meet at least once a month and Mentees will participate in bi-monthly online lectures.