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Austin Health’s excellent teaching reputation, new facilities and consistent high scores in clinical examinations have made it a top choice for new graduates from medicine, nursing and allied health. After a careful review, the WMHS Board of Directors voted to send a Request for Proposal (RFP) to: UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center); West Virginia University Health System (WVUHS); and University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS). Students will study ways to improve health organizations and make ethical and economic decisions for organizational solvency.
The program requires interaction with an accomplished group of professional health educators and the study of a unique body of knowledge. In Community Health Education, you’ll work 600 contact hours where you go out into the workplace to apply the knowledge you’ve studied in the classroom.
Students will engage in debate and critical reflection on a range of contemporary health issues. Since 2001, the Ministry of Education, …Read More