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4P Training Program: Prevention, Promotion and Public Policy
Welcome to the Training Program in Transdisciplinary Research on Public Health Interventions: Promotion, Prevention and Public Policy (4P) website.
Admission Competition: 4P Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships
Next PhD and Postdoctoral Fellowships Competition: May 3rd 2013
NB: This competition is now closed. All application file received are currently being evaluated. Results are pending.
Fellowships are available starting at $21,000/year at the doctoral level, and $36,750/year at the postdoctoral level. Individuals must be enrolled full-time in a postgraduate university program.
The research project must relate to the intervention (programs, policies, services) in public health and demonstrate the potential to affect health on a population level or health equity. Are eligible, for example, the study of the process of health promotion, the study of the development and implementation of programs, program evaluation, public policy analysis, the study of the organization of health care, health impact assessment. The following types of projects are not eligible: purely descriptive studies and projects relating only to the identification of the determinants of health and risk factors. The doctoral or postdoctoral thesis project may be anchored in various disciplines (i.e., political science, sociology, anthropology, social services, economic, psychology, geography, nutrition, community health, nursing, medicine, epidemiology) and must demonstrate its potential for interdisciplinarity. The project must have been developed with a 4P Training Program Public Health mentor that is ready to accept to supervise the doctoral and postdoctoral individual within its public health organization.
Those interested and who have a relevant project in the fields of intervention are invited to apply and send their application by post to Mrs Anne-Marie Hamelin, Ph.D., Associate-Director at the address mentioned on the application form.
Individuals affiliated to non-traditional departments associated with public health, post-doctoral researchers and those with a research project on public policy are especially encouraged to participate.
Deadline to submit application file:
May 3rd 2013 at 4h30 p.m. - competition is now closed
May 3rd 2013 Detailled Competition Announcement (PDF)
4P Training Program News
New Doctoral Fellows were admitted to the 4P Training Program in the open competitions of December 2012:
- Julie Beauchamps - Sexologie, UQÀM; CSSS Cavendish
- Anne-Sophie Dubé - Santé publique, option Épidémiologie, Université de Montréal; DSP Montréal
- Lilian-Bernard Guicherd-callin - Sc de l'Éducation, UQÀM; INSPQ
4P Training Program Upcoming Activities - May 2013
Scientific Writing Workshop
Thursday, May 30th 2013
McGill University Faculty Club, Montréal, Québec
Detailed Program (pending)