Health care is in the midst of rapid transformation
And these changes are creating new opportunities for professionals looking to make a dramatic impact at the intersection of health policy and law.
With the fully online innovative Masters of Science, Health Policy and Law degree, you are prepared to serve as industry leaders. Your courses – which interweave the best elements of health policy and legal education – span economics, finance, policy analysis and legal reform.
Prepare to improve our health care system as a:
- health care administrator
- biotech professional
- social worker
- legal professional
- human resources representative
The online format lets you take advantage of the renowned education from UCSF and UC Hastings College of Law while you continue to work. Learn alongside students who are just as passionate as you are to solve policy problems and practical dilemmas that our health care system faces each day.
Our very own Dan Dohan, Ph.D., has recently co-authored and published the scholarly article “The Promises of Computational Ethnography: Improving Transparency, Replicability and Validity for Realist Approaches to Ethnographic Analysis.”
This article argues that the advance of computational methods for analyzing, visualizing and disseminating social scientific data can provide substantial tools for ethnographers operating within the broadly realist “normal-scientific tradition” (NST). While computation does not remove the fundamental challenges of method and measurement that are central to social research, new technologies provide resources for leveraging what NST researchers see as ethnography’s strengths (e.g., the production of in-situ observations of people over time) while addressing what NST researchers see as ethnography’s weaknesses (e.g., questions of sample size, generalizability and analytical transparency).
- Our very own Dan Dohan, Ph.D., has recently co-authored and published the scholarly article “The Promises of Computational Ethnography: Improving Transparency, Replicability and Validity for Realist Approaches to Ethnographic Analysis.” This article argues that the advance of computational methods for analyzing, visualizing and disseminating social scientific data can provide substantial tools for ethnographers operating within… ... continue reading Faculty Member Dan Dohan Co-Authors Scholarly Article
- Our second cohort is in full swing with their first set of courses. They come from varied backgrounds to learn how they can make an impact in the ever evolving world of health policy and law. You’ll see general demographics, positions they currently hold, capstone ideas and professional aspirations. Scroll on! 29 students with amedical… ... continue reading Infographic: Our Second Cohort!
- Every day, there’s news coming out of the White House and the Senate floor surrounding healthcare reform, it’s enough to make one’s head spin! News article upon news article fills your inbox with updates, commentary and opinions. Instead of sifting through those emails, head over to the new Health Reform Tracker website. Born out of… ... continue reading Health Reform Tracker Website Launches
- Join us on Thursday, August 3 to hear from a diverse group of speakers discussing the proposed Trumpcare. All health care systems must strike a delicate balance between cost, quality and access. While Obamacare focused largely on increasing access to coverage and spreading the cost of illness across the entire population, Trumpcare tips the balance… ... continue reading Event: Trumpcare—Is It the Right Treatment for What Ails the American Health Care System?
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