Question: Hi HPA – I am a freshman and I am trying to make plans for this summer. I want to remain in the states and I’d really like to get some clinical exposure, and maybe have a chance to do some clinical research. I don’t have enough money to pay for housing to be out of my hometown… Are there any domestic Princeton programs or resources that you can recommend? Answer: Just this week, the 2012 PICS (Princeton Internships in Civic Service) opportunities w
Archive – December 2011
An article of interest from the American Medical Association (AMA).
The Editorial Board of the Princeton Public Health Review is pleased to announce the publication of its 2011 Review, along with the launch of its new website, www.princeton.edu/pphr. On this site, you'll find links to a wide range of health-related JPs and theses written by members of the classes of 2011 and 2012. If, after perusing their work, you're inspired to get involved yourself, consider applying for the Editorial Board (email Allison Daminger at firstname.lastname@example.org for m
Check the Princeton Internships in Public Service website for the new 2012 Summer opportunities!!! Many new health-related positions will be available this year!!
Question: I’m interested in becoming a physician who practices in an underserved area. I've heard that I can get assistance with paying for med school if I am headed in this direction. How would this work? Thanks HPA. Answer: You’re probably talking about the National Health Service Corps (NHSC). The NHSC was established in 1972, in order to provide primary health care programs to underserved populations, in what they call "health professional