To build healthy futures for all populations by preparing research, management and policy leaders focused on increasing the equity, effectiveness and efficiency of health services for both personal as well as population health.
“You could see the effects of poverty and other social forces on their life trajectory, and the importance of prevention. It just seemed logical that if I wanted to really make a difference at a broad level, I should go in the direction of public health.” - Dr. Jonathan Fielding
Health Policy and Management researchers develop new ideas, theories and practices that contribute to improving the population's health and the personal health of individuals.
Our department will be hosting a Community Partners' Cocktail Party at the California Club on April 23, 2014. RSVP and join us for a night of appreciation and celebration for our department supporters.
One of the most critical issues in Public Health today is the new policy on Health Reform. Keep yourself updated and knowledgeable about the Health Reform Laws by visiting the highlighted websites and links.