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NHMA’s 20th Annual Conference Save the Date: April 21-24, 2016

October 27, 2015

 This year’s theme is “Advancing Hispanic Health – The Next 20 years: NHMA leading the way”. The annual conference connects you with educational opportunities to optimize clinical decisions and network with a community of innovative problem-solvers in health care and policy. Additionally, CME credits will be provided for several workshops and plenary sessions. To register, view the conference agenda, or submit the Call for Abstracts please visit:

Premed Conference for American Indian/Alaskan Native students- Denver, CO- undergrad graduate students- 7/22-23/14

July 8, 2014

July 2014 Pre-Admission Workshop

Attention American Indian/Alaska Native Undergraduate and Graduate Students

What:  July 2014 Pre-Admission Workshop (PAW)

When:  July 22-23, 2014

Where:  Denver Hyatt Tech Center, Denver, CO

Sponsors:  AAIP and the University of Minnesota School of Medicine

Who Should Attend:  American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing a career in the allied health or medicine fields.

About the PAW:  This Pre-Admission Workshop is being held through AAIP’s partnership with the University of Minnesota School of Medicine.  The PAW is an event held to bring together AAIP member physicians, AI/AN college students, traditional healers, public health professionals, and other interested individuals with the goal of networking, learning and discussing the current state of Native health and health education.

Workshop Topics Include:

– Selecting a professional school

– Admissions tests (MCAT)

– Personal statements

– AMCAS application process

– Financial aid and scholarship resources

– Interview process including a mock interview

– Physician & medical student panel presentations

The Pre-Admission Workshop is a 2-day workshop aimed at addressing common challenges encountered by students in the health professional application process.  The curriculum focuses on skills necessary for successful application and admittance to health professional school.  AAIP has scholarships available to college students to cover the cost of airfare, hotel accommodations, conference registration and materials and most meals.

Scholarships:  Scholarships for the July 2014 PAW are available and awarded on a one-time basis.  These scholarships will cover airfare, lodging and meals.

Deadline for submission application and all requested materials is Monday, July 7, 2014.

To apply for the July 2014 PAW, please click on the link below to access the application.

July 2014 Minnesota PAW Application

For more information, please contact AAIP at 405-946-7072 or email Gary Lankford at

Association of American Indian Physicians Health Conference- 7/29/2013 to 8/4/2013

April 15, 2013


AAIP 42nd Annual Meeting Registration Open

Registration is now open for the 42nd AAIP Annual Meeting and Health Conference!

Conference Information

“Promoting Wellness in Native American Communities Through Exercise, Disease Prevention and Traditional Healing”

Where:  Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California

When:  July 29 – August 4, 2013

Conference Objectives:

The 42nd AAIP Annual Meeting activities will provide:

1. A forum for various healthcare professionals to present and discuss their work regarding exercise promotion and disease prevention in Native communities through presentations, workshops and panel discussions.

2. A national meeting for student recruitment into health professions.

Association of American Indian Physicians Pre-Admission Conference in Phoenix, AZ- 3/21-24/2013

February 28, 2013

Phoenix, AZ | March 21 – 24, 2013

What: 2013 Pre-Admission Workshop (PAW)

WHEN: March 21-24, 2013

WHERE: Phoenix, AZ

CO SPONSORS: AAIP and the Four Corners Alliance. The Four Corners Alliance is a partnership between the medical schools of the University of Arizona, Phoenix, the University of Arizona, Tucson; the University of Colorado; the University of New Mexico and the University of Utah.

Who Should Attend: American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing a career in the allied health or medicine.

About: The application process to medical and health programs can be intense and competitive.  Majority of programs require MCAT, personal statement, letters of recommendation, personal interviews or more, and will vary depending on the program and school.  The Pre-Admission Workshop will be an intense two days, which will give participants the necessary tools and preparation to have strong applications to medical or health programs.

Scholarships Available: Scholarships are awarded on a one-time basis and will cover airfare, lodging and meals.

Workshop Topics Include:

  • MCAT preparation
  • Selecting a professional school
  • Developing a personal statement
  • Obtaining letters of recommendations
  •  Financial aid and scholarship resources
  • How to prepare for interviews
  • Mock interviews with physicians
  • How to fill out AMCAS application
  • Physician & medical student panel presentations
  • Networking opportunity with faculty, staff and fellow medical student

For more information, contact AAIP at 405-946-7072 or email Echo Duerksen at or Gary Lankford at

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January 30, 2013

Suture Clinic with UC Davis Dept. of Surgery- Deadline 2/27/12

February 29, 2012

I published this a little late. But keep on the look out for future opportunities through Davis in California.

What: Suture Clinic with UC Davis Health System Dept. of Surgery
Date: Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Time: Your choice of two shifts: 6:00-7:30pm (first shift); 8:00-9:30pm (second shift)
Location: Med Sci C
This is a registration-only event: $5 for AMSA UCD members, $8 for non-members (with Eventbrite fees)

Come join AMSA as we explore the field of surgery! We will be joined by faculty and residents from the UC Davis Health System Dept. of Surgery, who will teach us ways to perform proper sutures on pigs feet. This is a great opportunity to learn, meet surgeons, and find out what they do everyday. Registration fees will cover sutures, gloves, pigs feet, and other materials needed.

Space will be highly limited, so sign up early on Eventbrite and plan ahead.

NOTE: Event is open to ALL students from ALL institutions, and ALL clubs.

Registration is open until Feb 27 @11pm. Please print out your Eventbrite ticket on the day of the event.

For questions, feel free to email Marianne So (

NHMA Leadership Fellowship Program- mid-career physicians- Deadline 1/31/12

January 7, 2012

NHMA Leadership Fellowship Program

A one year executive leadership program for 10 mid-career physicians interested in developing leadership skills, networks with key stakeholders, and policy analysis experience — one Day Orientation April 26th in DC; one Week NYU Institute in mid July; one Week DC Institute in mid September

JAN 31st Deadline for Application.

NHMA Resident Leadership Program- Medical Residents- Deadline 1/31/12

January 7, 2012

NHMA Resident Leadership Program

A leadership program targeted at the resident who is interested in pursueing leadership tracks either in academic medicine or in the private sector and will gain leadership skills and health policy awareness as well as meet new role models in academic and private sector medicine. One day Orientation April 26th in DC; 3 day Institute either in NYC in early May; Sacramento, California in late August.

JAN 31st Deadline for Application

Global Health & Innovation Conference 2012- Yale University- 4/21-22/2012

September 22, 2011

Global Health & Innovation Conference 2012
Presented by Unite For Sight, 9th Annual Conference
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Saturday, April 21 – Sunday, April 22, 2012

“A Meeting of Minds”–CNN

The Global Health & Innovation Conference is the world’s largest global health conference and social entrepreneurship conference. This must-attend, thought-leading conference annually convenes 2,200 leaders, changemakers, students, and professionals from all fields of global health, international development, and social entrepreneurship. Register during September to secure the lowest registration rate.

Interested in presenting at the conference? Submit an abstract for consideration.
The conference’s confirmed speakers to date include:
Keynote Addresses

* Sasha Dichter, Director of Business Development, Acumen Fund
* Seth Goldman, President and TeaEO of Honest Tea
* Jeffrey Sachs, PhD, Director of Earth Institute at Columbia University; Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development, Professor of Health Policy and Management, Columbia University; Special Advisor to Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon
* Sonia Ehrlich Sachs, MD, MPH, Director of Health, Millennium Village Project, Earth Institute at Columbia University

Design Thinking Speakers

* Robert Fabricant, Vice President of Creative, Frog Design Inc.
* Erica Kochi, Co-lead, UNICEF Innovations Team
* Michael Murphy, Executive Director and Co-Founder, MASS Design Group
* “Designing Effective Visuals For Global Communication,” Natacha Poggio, Assistant Professor, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford
* Andrew Zolli, Curator, Pop!Tech

Education Initiatives in Global Health Speakers

* Elizabeth Bradley, PhD, Professor of Public Health, Division of Health Policy & Administration; Director, Global Health Initiative, Yale University
* “Educating Undergraduates in Global Health: Opportunities and Challenges,” Kaveh Khoshnood, PhD, Associate Professor, Yale School of Public Health
* Philip Landrigan, MD, MSc, Dean for Global Health, Ethel H. Wise Professor and Chairman, Department of Preventive Medicine, Professor of Pediatrics, Director, Children’s Environmental Health Center, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
* Cheryl Moyer, MPH, Managing Director, Global REACH; Research Investigator, Department of Medical Education, University of Michigan Medical School

Environment, Energy, and Food Speakers

* “An Inventory of Toxic Hotspots in the Developing World – Over 100 Million Exposed,” Richard Fuller, President, Blacksmith Institute
* “Farmers First: Scaling a Permanent and Sustainable End To Hunger,” Tony Kalm, Director of Business Development, One Acre Fund
* Robert Lawrence, MD, The Center for a Livable Future Professor, Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, Health Policy, and International Health; Director, Center for a Livable Future, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Film, Photography, Art & Global Health Speakers

* “Thinking, Sensing, Feeling, Doing: How Art Can Energize Public Health,” Carolyn Cannuscio, ScD, Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health, Section on Public Health, University of Pennsylvania
* “Potential Over Poverty: Creating a New Narrative for Development,” Jonathan Kalan, Photographer, Journalist, Founder, The (BoP) Project
* Dawn Shapiro, Filmmaker, The Edge of Joy
* Landon Van Soest, Producer, Good Fortune; Filmmaker Transient Pictures

Healthcare Delivery Models

* Shobha Arole, Director, The Comprehensive Rural Health Project, Jamkhed
* “Lessons from the Cuban Health System Applied in Three Under-Served Communites in the United States,” Peter Bourne, MA, MD, Visiting Fellow, Oxford University; Vice Chancellor Emeritus, St. George’s University; Formerly Special Assistant to the President of the United States for Health Issues; Chair, Medical Education Cooperation with Cuba (MEDICC)
* Molly Christiansen, Manager, Health Practices and Business Development, Living Goods
* “Building Sustainable Rural Healthcare Systems: The Healthpoint Model,” Al Hammond, co-founder and Chairman of Healthpoint Services and Director of Health for All, Ashoka
* “Re-Thinking Development: Social Innovations That Deliver Effective, Efficient and Sustainable Large-Scale Change,” Lakshmi Karan, Director, Global Strategy, Riders for Health
* “Frontline Health Workers as the Key to Achieving the Health MDGs,” Charles MacCormack, President and CEO, Save The Children
* Tricia Morente, Head of Strategy and Marketing, LifeSpring Hospitals

Health Policy

* “Global Health Takes a Normative Turn: The Rise of Human Rights to Address the Health Threats of the 21st Century,” Benjamin Mason Meier, JD, LLM, PhD, Assistant Professor of Global Health Policy, Department of Public Policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Infectious Disease Speakers

* Gene Bukhman, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
* Adetokunbo O. Lucas, Adjunct Professor of International Health, Harvard University
* “Bureaucratic Luddities and Other Opportunities for Innovation in TB Control,” Peter Small, MD, Deputy Director, TB, Global Health Program, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
* “Cost-Effectiveness of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) in Reducing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Infection in Kenya,” Georgia Sambunaris, Senior Advisor, USAID Office of Economic Growth

Maternal and Child Health Speakers

* Jane Aronson, MD, CEO and Founder of Worldwide Orphans Foundation; Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Cornell Weill Medical College and Columbia University
* “Preventing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: New Strategies for Changing the Behaviors of Medical Professionals and Pregnant Women,” Paul N. Bloom, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Marketing, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
* “Reproductive Refugees: Health Disparities and Diasporic Dreams in Post/911 Arab America,” Marcia Inhorn, MPH, PhD, William K. Lanman Jr. Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs; Editor, Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, Council on Middle East Studies, Yale University
* “Adoption of Innovation and the Rate of Decline in Child Mortality,” Dean Jamison, Professor, Global Health and Adjunct Professor, Health Services, University of Washington School of Public Health
* “The Role of Scientists and Medical Professionals in Helping Pregnant Women Abstain from Drinking Alcohol,” Rochelle D. Schwartz-Bloom, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology, Duke University Medical Center
* “Family Planning: Remarkable Progress but a Steep Road Ahead,” Joe Speidel, MD, MPH, Professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences; Director for Communication, Development and External Relations, Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, University of California, San Francisco
* “WE CARE Solar: Bringing Light to Maternal Health Care,” Laura Stachel, MD, MPH, UC Berkeley School of Public Health; Co-Founder, WE CARE Solar

Non-Communicable Diseases Speakers

* “Diabetes and the Global Burden of Diabetic Retinopathy,” Nader Moinfar, Magruder Eye Institute and University of Central Florida School of Medicine, Orlando, Florida

Organization Management Speakers

* Nava Ashraf, Associate Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
* “Following Your Dream With An NGO: Why Magic Can Happen,” Kate Coleman, Chairman and Founder, Right To Sight
* “Three Cups of Lessons: A Teachable Moment for Nonprofits,” Maurice Segall, JD, Pro Bono Partnership, Inc.

Research in Global Health Speakers

* Jenny Aker, Assistant Professor of Economics, Tufts University
* Alan Bernstein, PhD, Former Executive Director, Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise
* “Meet the Editor: How to Write for Global Health Journals,” Jocalyn Clark, Senior Editor, PLoS Medicine
* “Advances in Global Eye Health Research,” Deborah Carper, Deputy Director, National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health
* “Primary Congenital Glaucoma,” Sarwat Salim, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Director of Glaucoma Service, University of Tennessee, Memphis, Tennessee
* “Lifestyle and Risk for Glaucoma,” James C. Tsai, MD, Robert R. Young Professor and Chairman, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Yale University School of Medicine; Chief of Ophthalmology, Yale-New Haven Hospital

Philanthropy Speakers

* Diana Ayton-Shenker, Founder and CEO, Fast Forward Fund
* Lucy Bernholz, Arabella Advisors
* “Marketing Strategies To Set Your Not-for-Profit Apart,” Aria Finger, COO, Do Something
* “From Donor-Driven to Impact-Driven: How Evidence Can Inform Smarter Global Health Philanthropy,” Carol McLaughlin, MD, MPH, MSc, Research Director – Global Public Health, Center for High Impact Philanthropy, School of Social Policy and Practice, University of Pennsylvania
* Aaron Hurst, President and Founder, Taproot Foundation

Social Enterprise Speakers

* Erica Bliss Pattni, Vice President of Marketing, KIND Healthy Snacks
* Kyle Berner, Creator, Feelgoodz LLC
* “Making it Real: Lessons From Thirty Years of Grassroots Development,” Dean Cycon, Founder and CEO, Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Co.
* “More Food With Less Water and Improved Health: Yes, It Is Possible,” Ken Lee, Co-founder and Co-owner, Lotus Foods
* “Diamonds for Development,” Shane Rogers, Co-Founder, The Clarity Project
* Mathieu Senard, Co-Founder and CEO, Alter Eco
* Zak Zaidman, Co-Founder and CEO, Kopali Organics

Social Entrepreneurship Speakers

* “Sustainable Social Change: The Power of Enterprise Solutions,” Ron Bills, Chairman & CEO, Envirofit International
* “Lives in Development: Values, Capabilities and Aspirations for the New Economic Development Professional,” Michael Fairbanks, Fellow, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
* Lara Galinsky, Senior Vice President, Echoing Green
* Paul Light, Paulette Goddard Professor of Public Service, Robert Wagner School of Public Service, New York University
* Eric Nee, Managing Editor, Stanford Social Innovation Review
* Jill Tucker, Senior Program Officer, Lemelson Foundation
* “Hackovation: Trends, Technologies, and Techniques for 21st Century Social Impact,” Tim Zak, Associate Teaching Professor; Director, Institute for Social Innovation, H. John Heinz III College, Carnegie Mellon University

Social Media & Marketing Speakers

* “Storytelling for Change,” Neal Baer, MD, Institute for Photographic Empowerment at USC’s Annenberg School of Communications; Executive Producer, A Gifted Man
* “Healthy Habits for Life: Using Sesame Street to Promote a Healthier World,” Charlotte Cole, Senior Vice President, Global Education, Sesame Workshop
* “Solving Meta-Community Issues by Playing Nicely with Others,” and “Breaking Thru The Clutter Workshop: How To Market Your Cause and Attract New Champions,” Scott Henderson, Principal at CauseShift and Campaign Manager of
* “Overcoming Barriers By Using Humor and Animation to Create a Cultural Shift,” Firdaus Kharas, Chairman, Chocolate Moose Media and Global Shift
* Tom Watson, President, CauseWired

Surgery & Global Health Speakers

* “Africa’s Huge Cataract Backlog: A Novel Strategy For Dealing With It,” Thomas Baah, MD, Ophthalmologist and Director, Save The Nation’s Sight Clinic, Ghana
* “AAO Global Alliances,” Michael Brennan, MD, American Academy of Ophthalmology Past President, Alamance Eye Center
* James Clarke, MD, Ophthalmologist and Medical Director, Crystal Eye Clinic, Ghana
* “Economic Modeling of Surgical Disease in the Developing World,” Scott Corlew, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, Resurge International
* “Expanding Surgical Care for the Bottom Billion,” Selwyn Rogers, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
* Seth Wanye, MD, Ophthalmologist, Eye Clinic of Tamale Teaching Hospital, Ghana

Technology in Global Health Speakers

* “Unleashing the Wealth of Nations: Bridging the Information Asymmetry for Better Health and Economic Development,” Julius Akinyemi, Entrepreneur-in-Residence, MIT Media Lab
* “Use of Point-of-Care Technologies to Empower Communities, Sustain Mobile Services, and Improve Health Delivery: Lessons from East Africa,” and “Workshop: Strategies, Tools, and Practical Tips to Ensure High Impact and Successful Outcomes for Field-Based Research and Internships,” Jeffrey Blander, President, Bienmoyo Foundation
* “Strengthening Health Systems in Resource-Poor Settings Through the Application of the Sana Wireless Technology,” Leo Celi, MD, MPH, MS, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Division
* “Nanotechnology in Cancer Drug Development: A Global Approach,” Elisabet de los Pinos, Founder and CEO, Aura Biosciences
* Rich Fletcher, PhD, Research Scientist, MIT Media Lab
* Hamish Fraser, MBChB, MRCP, MSc, Director of Informatics and Telemedicine, Partners in Health; Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School; Associate Physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital
* Alison Martin, Service Delivery Manager, Sproxil, Inc.
* Jose Gomez-Marquez, Co-Founder and Co-Inventor, Aerovax; Co-Founder, X out TB; Lecturer, D-LAB, MIT
* “Wireless Biosensors to Reduce Morbidity and Mortality After Initiation of HIV Antiretroviral Therapy,” Jessica Haberer, MD, MS, Research Scientist, Harvard Institute for Global Health; Assistant in Health Decision Sciences, Massachusetts General Hospital; Instructor, Harvard Medical School
* “mHealth: Scaling Up, Low Cost Mobile Solutions in (PMTCT) Preventing-Mother-to-Child-Transmission-Programs,” Bobby Jefferson, Health IT Project Manager, Futures Group
* “Disrupting Pathways to Mortality with Technology: Opportunities for Resource-Limited Settings,” Alain Labrique, Assistant Professor, Director, Johns Hopkins Bangladesh; Department of International Health and Department of Epidemiology Program in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
* “From Big Data to Small Languages: Communication and Information Processing in a Newly Connected World,” Robert Munro, Lead Engineer, Computational Linguistics at Global Viral Forecasting Initiative; Chief Information Officer, Energy For Opportunity; Graduate Fellow, Stanford University
* “BioPhotonics Technologies for Global Health,” Aydogan Ozcan, PhD, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, California NanoSystems Institute, UCLA
* “Low-Cost Diagnostics for the Developing World,” Una Ryan, OBE, PhD, DSc, CEO, Diagnostics For All

Water & Sanitation Speakers

* Ned Breslin, Chief Executive Officer, Water For People
* David Kuria, Chief Executive, Ecotact

“Advice From The Experts” Panels

* “Careers in Global Health: Advice From The Experts”
* “Careers in Social Entrepreneurship: Advice From The Experts”
* “Lessons From The Field: Setting Up Programs in Remote Areas”

NHMA Resident Leadership Program- Deadline Extended 2/15/11

January 21, 2011

NHMA Resident Leadership Program

For more information and the application go to this link.

Deadline Extended from 1/31/11 to 2/15/11.

The purpose of the NHMA Resident Leadership program is to promote the development of leadership potential of young resident physician members of the National Hispanic Medical Association. The emphasis is on the knowledge and skills necessary to take a leadership role in Federal and state health policy development and/or academia and focus on issues of importance to the health of the Hispanic community. The sponsors are the Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the National Hispanic Medical Association. Approximately 20 residents are selected each year and applications are solicited from among the association membership. A committee consisting of association officers and faculty makes selection. The primary selection criteria will be leadership potential as evidenced in work experience and other community activities. Appropriate letters of recommendation are part of the application package. Residents are expected to arrange to be given time off from work to participate in the program. Expenses for the residents related to attending the NHMA Conference and the California or New York Institutes will be paid.

In the Leadership program, talented Hispanic physicians receive support to enhance their leadership capability, increase understanding of current key national/state health policy issues, develop innovative perspectives on solutions to critical issues in current public services affecting Hispanic populations, and to develop and present a proposal for policy action to improve health care in the Hispanic community. In addition, the program will provide residents the opportunity to develop a unique network with national and state experts in health policy and public service careers and with academic leaders, communicate with colleagues across the nation via Internet, and to participate in the development of future NHMA initiatives in health policy.

In the year 2005, Hispanics became the largest ethnic minority in the United States. One out of every three Hispanics have no health insurance. Hispanics are 65% Mexican American, 11% Puerto Rican, 8% Cuban, and 16% Central and South American and from other Spanish -speaking countries. They are subjected to a health system with limited knowledge of the Hispanic culture and language. Hispanic physicians number about 4% of the physician workforce in the United States. Studies have shown that Hispanic physicians, in general, provide more medical care to Hispanic patients than to non-Hispanics and serve as the safety net, along with community based clinics, for their communities in urban, rural, and U.S.- Mexico border areas of the nation. In addition, Hispanic medical faculty are beginning to engage themselves in the study of health issues and their impact on Hispanics.

The proportion of Hispanics employed in the senior executive management of the Federal government is significantly lower than the proportion of Hispanics employed in the civilian workforce. In 1996, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services established the “Hispanic Agenda for Action” to increase the employment of Hispanics in career and advisory capacities and to enhance the sensitivity of HHS programs for Hispanic customers. Too few Hispanic physicians in senior executive management positions of the Federal government is a major barrier to achieving access to quality health care for all Americans.

The Orientation and Introduction Session will be a one-day session on March 17, 2011 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC in conjunction with the NHMA 15th Annual Conference, “Health Care Transformation to Increase Prevention and Health Promotion for the Hispanic Community” and taught by members of the faculty. A Summer Institute will be held for ten residents in New York in May and in August for ten residents in Sacramento, California.

NHMA is now accepting applications for the 2011 Resident Leadership program. The Deadline for submitting the applications is March 1st. To download an application, please click here. The application is also available as an attachment in Word format at the end of this page.

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