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School of Public Health
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PhD Program in Health Services
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Mission:

The mission of the PhD program in Health Services is to train the next generation of health services researchers and to prepare them to provide leadership in the field. The program is designed to prepare graduates for research careers in universities, research and policy-making organizations, the health care industry, and government agencies.

Vision:

The University of Washington's PhD program in Health Services, in recognition of the complex issues facing health care today and tomorrow, is committed to training students who will contribute to the public health of the population by producing high quality research on important topics and translating the results to practice and policy.


photo: Courtney Segal Awarded PCORI Travel Award

Courtney Segal Awarded PCORI Travel Award

Health Services doctoral student Courtney Segal was one of 45 graduate trainees invited to attend the pre-conference workshop and the PCORI Annual Meeting in Washington, DC from October 31-November 2, 2017.   read more...

photo: Dr. India Ornelas Awarded $3 Million R01 to Study Mental Health Disparities in Mexican Immigrant Women

Dr. India Ornelas Awarded $3 Million R01 for Latina Health Disparities

Congratulations to Health Services professor Dr. India Ornelas on being awarded an NIH R01 award for her project "Amigas Latinas Motivando el Alma (ALMA): A Randomized Control Trial of an Intervention to Reduce Mental Health Disparities in Mexican Immigrant Women."   read more...

photo: Welcome, PhD Incoming Class of 2017!

Welcome, PhD Incoming Class of 2017!

WELCOME to our newest PhD cohort: Geetha Beauchamp, Andrew Bossick, Hannah Johnson, Brad Kramer, Allyson O'Connor, Diana Poehler, Shahida Shahrir, Lesley Steinman, and Kaylyn Swankoski.   read more...