This report details the history of the Health & Society Scholars (HSS) program. Program documents, interviews, and statements at meetings were used to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the program and to explore its perceived impact on the scholars, the faculty involved, the universities that hosted sites, and the field of population health. The goal was to draw lessons from the experiences of faculty, scholars, and program staff that may prove helpful for future training programs in population health. Audiences that may find this report useful include educators designing educational and research programs in population health, educational administrators interested in the challenge of changing organizational culture and practices to promote interdisciplinary scholarship, and population health researchers who mentor early career scholars.
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