This seminar is the follow-on seminar to the fall term SUP-957. It is required for doctoral candidates in health policy and is open to others by permission of the instructor. Topics covered will include the financing and organization of health care, medical manpower, medical malpractice, technology assessment, prevention, mental health, long-term care, and quality of care. Prerequisite: SUP-957 or API-101 at the Z level, Econ 2140a, or equivalent. In general, masters students should take SUP-572 and not this course.
Permission of instructor required. Also offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences as Health Policy 2000 and by the School of Public Health as HPM 246.