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  School of Public Health 2018-2020 Courses Health Outcomes, Policy, and Economics Courses  

Health Outcomes, Policy, and Economics Courses

HOPE 9511 Capstone Project I (3) All students are required to complete a two-semester, 6-credit Capstone Project (Capstone I and Capstone II). The goal of this project is for the student to demonstrate mastery of the program curriculum through an independent, faculty-supervised research study. Required for M.S.-HOPE degree candidates.
HOPE 9512 Capstone Project II (3) All students are required to complete a two-semester, 6-credit Capstone Project (Capstone I and Capstone II). The goal of this project is for the student to demonstrate mastery of the program curriculum through an independent, faculty-supervised research study. Required for M.S.-HOPE degree candidates.
22:373:621 Legal, Regulatory, and Ethical Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry (3) Successful managers of pharmaceutical firms must learn to function in a multifaceted, ever-changing environment of diverse challenges. These challenges come from government and from society. The challenges are legal, regulatory, and ethical. They are increasingly international in nature. The ability to function in this external environment is critical to the economic success of the modern pharmaceutical firm. The challenges of the business environment also represent an opportunity. Firms that effectively manage this environment will gain a competitive edge that can mean the difference between success and failure. The goal of this course is to help aspiring managers in pharmaceutical firms to develop the knowledge and skills to forge successful strategies for managing relations with governments and public stakeholders. This course is offered through Rutgers Business School.
30:725:488 Introduction to Pharmacoepidemiology (2) This course will cover basic concepts of pharmacoepidemiology including pharmacovigilance and its role in drug regulation, study methods, basic statistical tools, and data resources. This course is offered through Rutgers Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy.
IDST 6400 Evidence-Based Literature Review (3) Provides foundational skills for the creation of systematic reviews and meta-analysis. Principles of effective scientific communication are also addressed, including how to plan, organize, and write structured systematic review articles. The end product of the course is a limited-scope systematic review and meta-analysis. This course is offered through Rutgers School of Health Professions.
 
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