The Next Generation Leaders Fellowship welcomed a class of up to 32 talented health care leaders each year, including 12 Age-Friendly Health System scholarship recipients. During the 12-month fellowship program, participants hone essential skills, such as expanding innovation capacity, driving organizational change and digital transformation, and leading the shift from health care to well care.
The John A. Hartford Foundation is providing scholarships for a cohort of Age-Friendly Fellows. These fellows will be asked to implement the Age-Friendly Health Systems 4Ms Framework at their organization for their capstone project in the fellowship program.
In the 2021 - 2022 year the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is also providing scholarships to support a group of Project Firstline Fellows. These fellows will be asked to implement infection prevention and control improvement initiatives at their organization for their capstone project in the fellowship program.