Tuesday, August 5, 2014

A special expense-paid opportunity for maternal and child health workers from rural, frontier and tribal communities

The Colorado School of Public Health is launching the MCH-Link training program with a special expense-paid opportunity for maternal and child health workers from rural, frontier and tribal communities. It is a one-credit graduate public health course focused on Current Regional Issues in Maternal Child Health.

The scholarship is available for workers who hold a bachelor's degree and work with a maternal and child health population in a hard-to-reach location. "MCH" and "rural/frontier/tribal" are defined at www.MCH-Link.org<http://www.mch-link.org/>, where there is also more information about the overall MCH-Link training program, and how a prospective student can apply for the scholarship benefits and register for this first course. 


Contact Elizabeth.greenwell@ucdenver.edu or 303-919-5150. The school must determine eligibility by Aug. 22, and have students registered by Sept. 3.

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