The Florida Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Fellowship is currently seeking applicants for the 2018-2020 class of fellows. The Florida EIS Fellowship is a unique two-year, post-graduate program of service and on-the-job training for health professionals interested in the field of epidemiology. Fellows are assigned to a county health department (CHD) for two years and have opportunities to respond to various public health concerns throughout the state. The goals of the program are to provide experience in epidemiology and public health practice during placements with CHDs, to assist local health departments in emergency outbreak and other field epidemiologic investigations, and to produce well-trained public health epidemiologists for positions in the Florida Department of Health.
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