Managing the unique issues associated with reproductive, infant, adolescent, and women’s health and safety are critical to ensuring healthier families and healthier communities. Faculty research touches on the important issues of policy, access to care, injury prevention and health outcomes for women, adolescents and children.
The MCH-Link Scholarship Program offers online graduate level courses, without cost to qualifying individuals, that address current educational and training needs of practicing MCH professionals working in hard-to-reach areas of the Rocky Mountain Region.
The Program for Injury Prevention, Education & Research (PIPER) program offers a unique focus to preventing violence and injury among our youth. Epidemiologists working in tandem with the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes and Children’s Hospital Colorado are working to prevent and treat childhood disease.
Related Educational Programs:
Community and Behavioral Health, Epidemiology, Health Services Research, Health Systems, Management and Policy, Maternal and Child Health, Global Health