This completely online 13 credit hour certificate provides a concentration of study for evolving researchers and practitioners across disciplinary lines particularly interested in identifying, analyzing, and addressing health disparities in vulnerable communities and broader populations. The program includes a 4 course curriculum and is geared toward preparing you to incorporate new knowledge, insights, and skills relative to health disparities to plan and implement your own specific work as it relates to health inequities.
who should apply
The Health Disparities Research program is ideal for graduate students, junior faculty and working professionals (physicians, nurses, dentists, applied health professionals, and health and human service professionals) wanting to acquire health disparities research skills enabling them to identify, analyze, and address health disparities in vulnerable communities and broader populations .
HDR courses are taught by accomplished health disparities researchers.
The Health Disparities Research Certificate Program is supported by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities of the National Institutes of Health under award Number P60 MD003424.