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HOP Student Featured in POST Article

Justin Rossi, an M.D.-Ph.D. student, was featured in the May edition of The POST, UF Health’s monthly newsletter.

The Health Outcomes and Policy department asked us to photograph formal on-location portraits of their faculty, staff and graduate assistants. Location was Building 1329. Contact was Pam Simmons simmopb@ufl.edu; phone 352 265 8039. Subject: Besty Sparkman.

HOP Chair Featured in UF Health Newsletter

The Post, UF Health’s monthly newsletter, featured Betsy Shenkman, Ph.D., in the “Distinctions” section of the May edition, honoring her appointment as national co-chair of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s […]

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HOP Faculty to Work with Medical Students in Research Program

Five University of Florida College of Medicine students have chosen to work under the mentorship of HOP faculty in the 2016 Medical Student Research Program (MSRP). The program allows first-year […]

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Welcome to the Department of Health Outcomes and Policy in the College of Medicine. We are a diverse multidisciplinary faculty of health outcomes researchers, health policy evaluators, economists, epidemiologists, psychologists and demographers, whose goal is to advance the scientific knowledge necessary to promote population health, improve healthcare outcomes, and develop sound public policies to improve the health of children and adults.

The department evaluates health effects of public policies, and conducts controlled field trials of preventive interventions in community and clinical settings. An area of particular focus is examining factors that contribute to disparities in health and healthcare outcomes among disadvantaged populations. The department is also the home of the Institute for Child Health Policy, which conducts innovative policy studies and intervention trials to promote the health of children, adolescents and young adults. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about the department, our faculty, current research activities, and our educational programs.