Welcoming the 2012–13 Harkness Fellows in Health Care Policy and Practice

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<p>The Commonwealth Fund is delighted to announce its 2013–14 Harkness Fellows in Health Care Policy and Practice. Established in 1925, the Harkness Fellowships were modeled after the Rhodes Scholarships and are The Commonwealth Fund's longest-running program. Since 1998, the Harkness Fellowships have focused on health care policy. </p><p>In a new <a href="/blog/2012/welcoming-2012-13-harkness-fellows-health-care-policy-and-practice">blog post</a>, Robin Osborn, M.B.A., vice president and director of The Commonwealth Fund's International Program in Health Policy and Innovation, discusses the fellowship, which enables midcareer professionals to spend a year in the United States studying a critical issue on the health policy agenda. Many Harkness alumni become national leaders in academia, government, or health care delivery upon returning to their home country. </p>
<p>Read the <a href="/blog/2012/welcoming-2012-13-harkness-fellows-health-care-policy-and-practice">complete post</a> to learn more about the members of the new class of Harkness Fellows and their projects. </p>