The Health Leaders Fellowship program is a leadership-development opportunity for health professionals of all types, at any stage in their career.
As trusted spokespeople for institutional and policy change, health professionals are uniquely positioned to tackle some of our most pressing environmental health challenges.
The Health Leaders Fellowship program aims to develop and inspire local environmental health leaders through a series of issue and civic engagement trainings and field experiences.
Health Leaders learn from experts in the field about the connections between human health and the environment and what can be done to improve health outcomes. Fellows will develop the critical civic engagement skills needed to advocate for change within health care institutions and in the public policy arena. Through a unique guided practicum fellows will gain experience applying new knowledge and skills to help drive social change.
Listen to the MI Radio Stateside story about the Health Leaders Fellowship with Deputy Director, Rebecca Meuninck and Neonatal Nurse and Health Activist Joyce Stein, RN, BSN.
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Generous support for this training comes from the Joyce Foundation, the Energy Foundation, the Marisla Foundation, and Health Care Without Harm.
Michigan Nurse Association – Continuing Education Provider Unit is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.