Funding for fellowship programs is a significant need. Both GME funding and philanthropic sources are possible solutions. The resources below are intended to provide information about funding for fellowship directors.
Members-only resource: Resources on GME funding from past AAHPM Fellowship Program Summits are available in the members-only section of the AAHPM Web site. Click here and login to the members-only section to access these helpful resources.
The Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels Foundation of New York City generously provided a grant in 2012 to fund local fellowship programs for the 2013-2014 academic year. Eligible programs are those located within New York City, including the Bronx, Jamaica and Valhalla.
AAHPM congratulates the following institutions who received the Samuels Foundation Fellowship Grant Award for the 2013-2014 academic year:
Beth Israel Medical Center
Find more information on eligibility and funding priorities for the Samuels Foundation Program.
Hearst Foundation Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Grant Program
With the generous support of a $1.2 million grant from the Hearst Foundations Aging Initiative, AAHPM coordinates funding support for fellowship training programs over a three year period beginning in 2012. In each of the three years, up to ten (10) programs will each receive partial support to train physicians interested in caring for the aging, or older population, and becoming mentors, educators and role models.
AAHPM congratulates the following institutions who received renewal grants from the Hearst Foundations Aging Initiative Grant Award for the 2013-2014 academic year:
Find more information on eligibility and funding priorities. The application cycle for the third year will open in summer 2013.
AAHPM thanks the Samuels and Hearst Foundations for their generous grants and the Fellowship Grant Task Force for defining, managing and determining grant program requirements, application criteria, selection process and evaluation methods.