Doctoral-degree trainees selected for the Occupational Health Services Research Training Program receive a monthly stipend, tuition support, and health insurance coverage. Stipend support is determined annually by program directors at the Northwest Center for Occupational Health & Safety. The training program also provides additional support in the form of computer equipment, supplies, and bibliographic assistance.
Limited travel support may be provided for students to conduct research and attend national and regional public health meetings. The training program may also provide additional support for research expenses and supplies. This additional support will be influenced by the annual budget and determined by the Program Director.