Thesis on health care services -

Master of Science in Health Services Research - Stanford

Affiliated faculty often serve as mentors on specific research methods, and other medical school faculty may serve as content experts for projects concerned with specific diseases or medical treatments. Each student will submit a 1-2 page thesis proposal by the end of the first year in the program.

In addition, prospective students are encouraged to seek funding through: Contacts For program information: Toni Ali, Educational Coordinator Department of Health Research and Policy Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford, CA Tel: (650) Fax: (650) Email: For application forms and information: Graduate Admissions 630 Serra Street, Suite 120 Stanford University Stanford, CA Tel: (650) Fax: (650) Email.

For collaborative projects, the student should identify the collaborators and describe in detail his or her role on the project. For projects using proprietary data, the student should provide evidence that the data will be available for the proposed research and describe how he or she will access the data.

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) requirement may be waived for applicants with an MD or similar degree. Applicants from non-English speaking countries should provide evidence of competence in English on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (toefl).

We have selected our sample respondents from a list of a gynaecological health care forum members, namely women from Bucharest who should have posted messages on the chosen forum no more than three months before the study was conducted and the messages should have comprised their experiences with certain physicians. In the proposal, the student should identify the members of the thesis committee. Faculty Core Faculty Members Mark Hlatky, MD, Professor of Health Research and Policy, Professor of Medicine (Program Director) Laurence Baker, PhD, Professor of Health Research and Policy Jayanta Bhattacharya, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine M. Volume 6, 2013, Pages 573585, international Economic Conference of Sibiu 2013 Post Crisis Economy: Challenges and Opportunities, iecs 2013. Edited By Silvia Marginean, Liviu Mihaescu, Janusz Grabara and Eduard Stoica a, department of Marketing and Medical Technology, Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania b, national School of Political Studies and Public Administration, Carol Davila University of Medicine.