The Pharmaceutical Health Services Graduate Program offers four research areas from which students can select to pursue their degree.

Comparative Effectiveness and Patient-Centered Outcomes Research

Research that compares different health care and treatment approaches to help patients and providers make more informed decisions.

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Pharmaceutical Policy

Pharmaceutical policy looks at local, state, and national policies governing the development, provision, and use of medications within a health care system.

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Pharmacoeconomics

Pharmacoeconomics examines the trade-offs in health outcomes and costs associated with the use of therapies, devices, and adherence programs.

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Pharmacoepidemiology

Pharmacoepidemiology analyzes the prevalence and use of pharmaceuticals in large populations as well as the health outcomes associated with medication utilization.

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