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1. Chuang E, *Brunner J, *Mak S, Hamilton A, Canelo I, Darling J, & Yano E. Challenges with implementing a patient-centered medical home model for women veterans. Women’s Health Issueshttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1049386716303462

The David A. Winston Health Policy Scholarship program recognizes excellence and achievement for students in master’s degree programs in health administration, health policy, and public health by providing ten scholarships of $10,000 per year. Winston Scholars also join a one-day symposium on health policy in Washington, DC.

The two following HPM students were awarded the 2016 David A. Winston Health Policy Scholarship

Cedars-Sinai is conducting new research into the potential therapeutic value of virtual reality for patients. Led by HPM faculty member Dr. Brennan Spiegel, this innovative investigation has the potential to improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. To find out more about his work, view this video

A study led by Dr. Cindy Cain, FSPH assistant professor of health policy and management, suggests that the passing of California's aid-in-dying law will not disproportionately affect the poor or vulnerable groups. 

Trailblazing solutions to global food crisis

Six UCLA students, alumni are among 30 under 30 recognized by University of California

UC Office of the President | June 15, 2016 | Exerpt from UCLA Newsroom

Baskets of cherry tomatoes

WASHINGTON, DC – The David A. Winston Health Policy Fellowship is proud to announce the 2016 David A. Winston Policy Scholars, selected on May 3, 2016.

UCLA finished 2nd at Cleveland Clinic! The team consisted of 2nd year MPH students, Claire Crawley-Delgado, Vivian Lei, Alekxandra van Loggerenberg, and 1st year Mindy Friedman. 

HPMSA is excited to announce that we have designed an HPM sweater! We value this department and our program so much that we thought it would be nice to have some HPM "Swag". Please see the following details if you are interested in purchasing a sweater. 

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