Get Involved & Training Opportunities
Certificate in Quality, Patient Safety and Outcomes Research
The certificate program is designed for graduate students and fellows from the Johns Hopkins Schools of Public Health, Medicine, and Nursing, as well as for other health-related professionals interested in quality, patient safety, and outcomes research. The certificate program requires a minimum of 21 term credits, including four required courses, the practicum, and six credits of elective courses.
More details are available at the School’s certificate programs page.
Master of Applied Science in Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality
The Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality master’s program is a fully online, part-time interdisciplinary degree offered by the Johns Hopkins University. It is a first of its kind collaboration between School of Public Health, School of Medicine, School of Nursing and the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality that combines JHU's coursework with pioneering advances in patient safety. For more details, please follow here.
PhD Concentration in Health Services Research & Policy
The HPM Department's PhD in Health Policy and Management program with the concentration in Health Services Research and Policy (HSR&P) provides a firm grounding in public health principles, research and evaluation methods, policy analysis, and numerous content areas related to health and health services delivery. The program at Johns Hopkins is one of the oldest and most respected of its type in the nation. More details are available at the Program's page.
We are proud of our HSR&P PhD students, click to see them!
Become a part of CHSOR
Currently, there are no job openings at Center for Health Services and Outcomes.
Please contact the Center's Director Albert Wu for future opportunities.
Get involved in CHSOR social life
CHSOR and HPM Social Committees regulary hold social events, check some of them here.
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