This course provides students with a broad understanding of health services research methods and how these can be applied to the healthcare administrator's decision-making processes. Topics covered will include the relevance of research for policy decision-making, the use and application of common measures and statistics used by healthcare administrators, and the application of various research methods to evaluate healthcare programs and population outcomes. Students will learn various theories and research methodologies, understand the foundational elements of social science research, and build the skills necessary to review and participate in health services research and program evaluations in healthcare settings. 3 credits.
Health Services Research & Eval Methods