The Home Hospital International Fellowship (HHIF) seeks to contribute to the advancement of hospital-level care at home internationally, by providing a space for current clinicians and researchers to further the field. Through the HHIF, scholars will join the Ariadne Labs community in person to conduct research, share experiences, build new partnerships, and actively advise and mentor students and new scholars in the field
The HHIF provides the necessary space and support for professionals to focus on research and collaborate with peers to develop new ideas on how to advance the field. Fellows receive an academic appointment at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public health, have access to all the resources available at Harvard University and the opportunity to conduct site visits to observe and engage with local home hospital clinicians.
- Develop an international network of practitioners and researchers to advance knowledge in the field of hospital-level care at home.
- Contribute to improvements in processes and technology associated with delivering hospital-level care at home.
- Create long-lasting partnerships between the fellow’s home institution and Ariadne Labs.
Scholar profile and eligibility
The HHIF is open to clinicians and/or academics from countries outside the United States. Candidates must be associated with and able to maintain their appointment at their local institution.
- Clinicians (physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists, paramedics, or other health professionals) with working experience in hospital-level care at home, and/or a doctoral degree in any discipline with substantive research experience in the field.
- Advanced English proficiency – (C1 level).
- At least 3 years of direct experience in hospital-level care at home and 5 years of working experience.
- Foreign nationals from any nationality are welcome to apply (US (United States) Citizens and Permanent Residents are not eligible at this time).
Candidates must apply online. A complete application includes the following documents (all documents must be in English):
- Statement of interest – no more than 500 words indicating why you are interested in being a HHIF and if applicable, identifying a specific research area of interest.
- If applicable, list of publications.
- Letters of reference – 2 letters of reference, one from a current or former direct supervisor and one from a colleague/peer. Letters of reference must be on institutional letterhead and addressed to the Dean for Faculty Affairs at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. These should be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.