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Primary Care and Health Services Fellowship
The UCLA Primary Care and Health Services Fellowship, and two affiliated VAMC Ambulatory Care Fellowships share a common vision, recruitment process and administration. The fellowship stresses development of primary or ambulatory medicine physicians into independent investigators in health services research or epidemiology. The UCLA fellowship is open to general internists, family physicians and pediatricians only; the VA programs are open to physicians (including specialists) that deliver ambulatory care. The fellowships feature an emphasis on quality of care improvement measurement and implementation, though a wide variety of primary care and HSR topics may be pursued.

Kennamer Fellowship
The Kennamer Fellowship Program in General Internal Medicine at the UCLA School of Medicine provides an opportunity for advanced training in Internal Medicine for those already board-certified or board-eligible in Internal Medicine. The guiding principle of the program is individualization, since there are many approaches to the practice of General Internal Medicine.

Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program
The UCLA Clinical Scholars Program prepares physicians to lead medicine into a new era of community and consumer-relevant healthcare. We encourage the integration of skills in program development and research methodology to find solutions for issues in public policy, community intervention and health services research. Over the course of two years, Scholars receive centralized leadership training through the national program coupled with intensive local training at UCLA on issues and methods in creating healthcare changes at the community and policy levels.

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