Harvard Medical School Master’s Degree Info Session
At Brigham and Women's Hospital
Attend an In-Person Information Session
Harvard Medical School faculty created three Master's Degree Programs to address the needs of clinician-scientists working in clinical or translational research and clinicians and administrators in clinical service operations and health care quality and safety.
Harvard Medical School faculty will host an information session at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH). Program Directors will discuss these three exceptional learning experiences on January 15, 2020 at 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EST. Register Today >>
These three degree programs, Master in Clinical Service Operations, Master of Healthcare Quality and Safety and Master of Medical Sciences in Clinical Investigation, combine innovative forms of pedagogy from leading Harvard faculty with an individual mentor experience in a Harvard affiliated laboratory or with a practical application at Harvard’s academic medical centers and community hospitals.
This program provides world-class training in the methods and conduct of clinical investigation for future leaders in patient-oriented research. New this year, a Translational Track and pathways have been added on comparative research and clinical trials.
This clinical service operations program provides physicians, clinicians, nurses, allied health professionals and administrators with the operations management training they need to lead teams, optimize efficiency and improve the patient experience.
This program provides clinicians and clinical administrators with the operational skills to lead and work effectively in quality improvement and safety initiatives within their health care organizations.