Phase II of Re-Imagining the MPH Core Curriculum project is done. Building on the work of Phase I, the Phase II Committee recommends a revised configuration of core courses along with an increased emphasis on interdisciplinary, practice-based skill development. The Phase II MPH Report describes the process that Phase II…
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Creating a healthier population means tackling hard-to-solve, complex issues. At Minnesota, students are at the center of some of the world’s most pressing problems through their involvement in case competitions.
The Division of Biostatistics is offering “PUBH 3415/7415: Introduction to Clinical Trials” — an online course providing a fundamental understanding of how clinical trials are used to advance science.
What are the competencies University of Minnesota MHA graduates will need as the health care sector shifts from one that is volume-based to one that is value-based? And, how should the MHA program revise its curriculum to ensure that our graduates are well-prepared to lead high performance health care organizations…
Student Sam Rosner is working on a year-long project to understand the demographics of mobile home residents in Carver County and their particular health care needs.
SPH Biostatistics Professor Jim Neaton is helping conduct an Ebola vaccine trial in Liberia with the Liberia-U.S. Joint Clinical Research Partnership.
Undergraduates at the University of Minnesota can minor in public health thanks to a School of Public Health and College of Liberal Arts collaborative program.
The MHA and Executive Studies Programs has entered into an agreement with Charles University, Medical School, Division of Public Health to collaboratively develop and teach health care management courses to practicing hospital and health systems leaders in eastern and central Europe.