The Health and Health Care Research (HHCR) program is a one-year (two semester) master’s degree program (M.Sc.) designed for clinicians who want to gain expertise in health policy, the sociocultural determinants of health, and an array of methods relevant to health services research.
A limited number of clinicians are accepted every year to the tuition-based master’s program and study alongside scholars admitted to the two-year IHPI National Clinician Scholars Programs. Total class size is limited to 20.
Interested applicants should contact the Program Coordinators, Brenette Logan (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Brittany Weatherwax (email@example.com) as soon as possible to schedule a meeting with the Program Director. They will also need to have a mentor from their department contact the Program Director to discuss the curriculum and program expectations. Applicants will then be notified by email regarding the next steps in the admission process for enrollment in the fall.
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|Course Name Course Numbers||Fall / Winter Total Credits|
|Social & Cultural Aspects of Research on Health & Society 700/701||6|
|Research Design & Analysis 710/711||6|
|Laboratory in Research Methods & Analysis 720/721||4|
|Leadership & Career Development 730/731||2|
|Research on Health Care Delivery, Financing & Policy 740/741||6|
|Research Practica 750/751||8|
Final Examination: Students take a midterm and final exam each term.