- Medical School Path of Excellence: The Health Policy and Health Economics Path of Excellence (PoE) is one of eight Paths of Excellence the U-M Medical School has developed for medical students to gain more in-depth knowledge and experiences in a field of interest.
- Understanding and Improving the U.S. Healthcare System: This residential online course provides U-M students from a wide variety of backgrounds with an asynchronous, engaging, practical, and interactive way to understand the U.S. healthcare system and gain insight about how they can improve the system.
- Summer Programs:
- Health Services Research Student Fellowship & Internship Program: Open to dual-degree medical students as well as master-level and doctoral students from across U-M who wish to work on summer projects in health services research or health policy.
- Health Equity Research Award: Open to master-level and doctoral level students to work on a summer research project focused on racial health disparities.
- The Student Lunch-and-Learn Series provides an opportunity for students to learn more about the educational and professional experiences of IHPI members.
- The Student Skill Building Seminar Series engages students in topics that are meaningful and beneficial to their professional and educational development.
NEW online course: Addressing Racial Health Inequity in Healthcare
A new Michigan Online MOOC series is now available that addresses the sociological contributions and historical backdrop of why racial inequities exist in health care and analyzes approaches to achieving equity in health care.