Apply today for the 2020 NCCPA Health Care Reporting Fellowship
The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants is pleased to announce the call for applications for the 2020 NCCPA Health Care Reporting Fellowship.
The NCCPA Health Care Reporting Fellowship is a non-residential program for experienced health care journalists to pursue an in-depth reporting project related to the varied ways in which physician assistants are making a difference in the American health care system.
The fellowship is open to journalists and freelancers working in print, online, radio and/or television, and is designed to allow journalists to continue to maintain their employment while pursuing the project independently.
The selected applicant will receive guidance from the Fellowship Program Leader and will have access to NCCPA leaders, staff, statistical reporting on physician assistants and Certified PAs.
The Reporting Fellow will have a project allowance for field reporting travel, associated research and reporting expenses, and will also receive a $15,000 stipend upon the successful publication of the completed project.
Reporting Fellowship Projects
Must center around the varied ways in which physician assistants impact the American health care system.
Must be in print, online, radio or television format
Must be completed and published/aired by December 31, 2020
How to Apply
To apply please send the following materials to email@example.com. Incomplete application packages will not be considered. Please do not mail application materials.
A cover letter introducing yourself and copy of your resume
A detailed outline of your proposed project including the proposed topic, format, potential sources, length and timeline
2-3 published samples of published work