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Professors in the Department of Pharmacy Systems, Outcomes & Policy incorporate perspectives from the management sciences, economics, epidemiology, and the social sciences, as well as pharmacy-related healthcare issues. The theoretical and applied research conducted by our faculty and students is often interdisciplinary and collaborative in nature, drawing from many disciplines as well as a variety of strong corporate and governmental partnerships.
Graduate Programs in Pharmacy Systems, Outcomes & Policy
Several of the Pharmacy Systems, Outcomes and Policy faculty are involved with research in the CPR, and through that research are able to offer fellowship opportunities.
The program is a coordinated effort between the School of Public Health’s Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and the College of Pharmacy’s Department of Pharmacy Systems, Outcomes and Policy.
A key role of the Department of Pharmacy Systems, Outcomes and Policy is to contribute to the education of future pharmacists and pharmacy researchers.
Health care spending in the United States exceeds all other countries yet data are mixed regarding the value obtained for the amount of money spent. The new field of comparative effectiveness research (CER) offers a solution.