UCSD Master's Degree in Health Policy and Law
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Applications are closed for fall 2014. Our next application deadline if April 7, 2015 for a fall 2015 start.

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Global Health Policy Certificate

which has some classes that can count
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Merit Based Scholarship Program Available for Applicants

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Program accepts applications from International students


This joint graduate degree features:

  • Innovative health policy and law curriculum built on the academic strength and reputation from the UCSD School of Medicine and California Western School of Law
  • Interactive teaching focused on practical, timely topics and challenges in health policy and law including delivery of care, product and system regulation, management of research and development, and public policy.
  • Flexible, part-time program for working professionals
  • Opportunity to network and collaborate with leaders in the legal and healthcare fields and professionals from related disciplines.

Checklist for Prospective Students

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NEWS HIGHLIGHTS:

MedPage Today article March 2014: What You Need To Know About New .Health Domains

Health Policy and Law Graduate Tim Mackey's (Bio) (2009) most recent published article in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (2014):
Health Domains for Sale: The Need for Global Health Internet Governance (pdf). For
Details on the rest of his publications.

Health Policy and Law Graduate Katherine Pettus, PhD, (2013) published an article in the July 2012 issue of San Diego Physician Magazine called Global Health Ethics: A Response to 'Total Pain.' (pdf).


Health Policy and Law Graduate Marilyn Mitchell (2009) has published an article "An analysis of common arguments against Advance Directives" (pdf) in the December 2011 peer reviewed journal Nursing Ethics, and "A Test of Autonomy" in the July 2012 issue of San Diego Physician Magazine.

Health Policy and Law Graduate Mark Boyd (2010) has published an article in the Stanford Law and Policy Review 2011 "PTSD in Returning Wounded Warriors: Ensuring Medically Appropriate Evaluation and Legal Representation Through Legislative Reform" (pdf)

Health Policy and Law Graduate Judith McCarter(2010) published an article: "Cooperative Compliance Healthcare Fraud and Abuse" (pdf)

 

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