of West Virginia University School of Public Health will organize two information sessions about it online MS program in Population Health on Thursday, March 2 and (via Zoom) on Tuesday, March 7.
Steve Davisprogram director and associate professor, will lead each session and encourages anyone with an interest in population health to attend.
WVU launched its master’s in population health in 2021 in response to evolving community needs and emerging health concerns. It is one of seven programs of its kind in the country offered by a School accredited by CEPHand recently has earned certification in population health management from the Commission on Accreditation of Education for Healthcare Management.
“Population health, at its core, leverages the rich traditions and techniques found in medicine, public health and other health-related professions to improve the health of entire communities,” Davis said. “Changing demographics, technological advances, and public policy developments, combined with resource constraints, have driven the need for innovative strategies to improve overall health. And these growing complexities have created a growing field of population health.”
Both in-person and virtual sessions are free and open to the public. recording encouraged (and required for the virtual event). Details for each session follow.
- Date: Thursday, March 2
- Time: 1-2 pm
- Location: Room G119A, Health Sciences-North, WVU Health Sciences Morgantown Campus
- Date: Tuesday, March 7
- Time: 6-7pm ET
- Format: Via Zoom, register here
Additional details are available here; download the event flyer here. Register for the event using this online RSVP form.
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WVU School of Public Health
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