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Revised April 2009 Faculty of Graduate Studies Website
 

Summary: Revised April 2009
Faculty of Graduate Studies Website:
http://dalgrad.dal.ca/
DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS - GRADUATE PROGRAMS
HEALTHSERVICESRESEARCHThe Atlantic Regional Training Centre (ARTC) is a health services research training program funded by the Canadian Health Services Research
Foundation and the Canadian Institutes for Health Research. Its principal objective is to increase health services research capacity throughout Atlantic
Canada. The ARTC is a collaborative venture between four Atlantic Canada universities - Dalhousie University, Memorial University of
Newfoundland, the University of New Brunswick and the University of Prince Edward Island.
The Atlantic Regional Training Centre offers a Masters Degree in Applied Health Services Research, which prepares graduates from diverse disciplines
and backgrounds with the necessary skills to tackle the complex health policy issues of today and in the future. Through these students, the ARTC will
foster Atlantic Canadian research capacity for the conduct of applied health services research.
OBJECTIVES
The program uses web-based courses;
rotating theme-based workshops as
forums for interchanges among deci-
sion-makers, students and faculty; a
residency placement where students ap-
ply theory and concepts within a deci-
sion-making organisation; the involve-
ment of health decision-makers in thesis

  

Source: Adl, Sina - Department of Biology, Dalhousie University

 

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