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MPH Program in Health Services
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The MPH in Health Services is an in-residence, 2-year, graduate degree program that offers analytical and practical knowledge and skills to candidates who have some experience in health fields and who want to assume positions of greater responsibility in improving the public's health and the effectiveness of health care and population health services.

The MPH in Health Services is offered as a General Program with elective concentrations in:



photo: MPH Alum Dr. Travis Nelson

MPH Alum Dr. Travis Nelson Provides Specialized Care for Children

A couple years after graduating from the Health Services MPH program with a concentration in maternal and child health, alumnus Dr. Travis Nelson started a clinic to provide specialized care for children with Autism, to help them get comfortable going to the dentist at an early age.   read more...

photo: MPH Student Jacob Delbridge Awarded Tobacco Studies Fellowship

MPH Student Jacob Delbridge Awarded Tobacco Studies Fellowship

First-year Health Services MPH student Jacob Delbridge was awarded a Tobacco Studies Fellowship with the University of Washington Tobacco Studies Program for 2016-2017. Jacob's long-term goal is to improve tobacco policies that focus on prevention as well as health care delivery.   read more...

photo: MPH Alum Dr. Bernice Dahn is SPH Distinguished Alumni Awardee 2017

MPH Alum Dr. Bernice Dahn is SPH Distinguished Alumni Awardee 2017

Health Services MPH alumna, Dr. Bernice Dahn (’05), has been chosen as one of the 2017 University of Washington School of Public Health (SPH) Distinguished Alumni Awardees for her demonstrated record of distinguished service and achievement, her impactful humanitarian contributions, her significant advances to the field of public health, and her exceptional resourcefulness, innovation, and creativity.   read more...