Supplementary Coursework

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Supplementary T4 Mini-Courses and Career Development Seminars:

Previously developed  mini-courses and career development seminars that occur on Monday afternoons (for the PCRF and SCORE fellowships) supplement the primary T4 science curriculum. Primary mentors will work with scholars to determine the best mix of supplementary and professional development seminars for individuals. 
  • Mini-Courses include--but are not limited to--the following examples: Writing Good Research Questions and Study Design, Research in PBRNs, Secondary Database Research, Approaches to Qualitative Methods, Scientific Writing and Communication, and Training in Health Disparities in Practice and Research and Cultural Proficiency. 
  • Career Development Seminars that are also available to our scholars include: Time Management, Abstract Composition, Manuscript Preparation, Research Talks, Speaking with the Press About Your Research, Leadership Skills, Establishing National Contacts, How to Give a Job Talk, and Interviewing for a Faculty Position. 
  • A Grant Writing Course, conducted between fall and spring of the second year, is required of second year scholars in the PCRF and SCORE fellowships and is available to K12 IMPACT scholars should they express interest.

Supplementary CSPH and Graduate School Courses 

​Existing Supplementary Courses in School of Public Health or Graduate School 
Course CategoriesSchool of Public Health/Graduate Courses
Health Services Research Core Courses*BIOS 6601 or 6611: Applied Biostatistics I or Biostatistical Methods I
EPID 6626: Research Methods
EPID 6630: Epidemiology
PUBH 6600: Foundations in Public Health
Population   HealthHSMP 6643: Data-Driven Quality Improvement
CBHS 6610: Social and Behavioral Factors in Health
CBHS 6613: Program Planning and Implementation
CBHS 6615: Health Literacy and Public Health
CBHS 6624: Community Health Assessment
CBHS 6626: Public Health and Aging
EPID 6622: Cancer Prevention and Control
HSMP 6602: Health Equity
HSMP 6601: Introduction to Health Systems, Management and Policy
Quality of CareCBHS 6621: Maternal and Child Health
EPID 6633: Clinical Preventive Services: Evidence-Based Practice
EPID 6646: Introduction to Systematic Reviews
Healthcare   CostsHSMP 6604: Health Care Economics
HSMP 6609: Cost Benefit and Effectiveness in Health
HSMP 6644: Applied Financial Decision Making in Health Care
*Courses for those scholars without previous health services research training


Last Updated: 11-26-18


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