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Health Policy & Management

HPM PhD Students at Academy Health
MS student Nicholas Boerger

Stellar research and teaching at the Division of Health Policy and Management (HPM) lead to groundbreaking changes in policy and practice. And being part Minnesota’s extraordinary health care environment gives our students the chance to interact with leaders who are at the top of their fields.

Whether you want to pursue your studies full-time or as a working professional, online or in the classroom, we invite you to explore the many opportunities at HPM. The division offers graduate degrees awarded by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, in addition to joint degree and non-degree programs. Professor Ira Moscovice serves as the division head.


Recent News

SPH Students Win-Place at the 2015 UMN Global Health Case Competition

Congratulations to School of Public Health student Nils Johnson and his fellow members of Team 6 for their win at the second annual UMN Global Health Case Competition on January…

February 17, 2015Homepage News HPM News

Herpes zoster vaccine may benefit RA patients

Research by HSRP&A PhD student, Marc Vacquier, suggests that the herpes zoster vaccine may benefit patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Without the vaccination, the risk for herpes zoster (commonly…

February 12, 2015HPM Uncategorized

Pregnant Women Report Better Communication With Midwives Than With Other Providers

A new study from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health finds pregnant women who are assigned a health care provider for their pregnancy – as opposed to…

February 10, 2015Faculty Homepage News HPM

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