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Occupational Health Services Research and Policy


OSHRP doctoral student Mira Grice presenting "The Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Maternal Health Six Months After Childbirth" at a poster session in Boston, MA (main image). Upon graduation, Mira Grice accepted a faculty position at SUNY in Brooklyn, NY. View profile of Mira Grice.

Introduction to the Program

Pat McGovern, PhD, and Bryan Dowd, PhD
Program Co-Directors

The Occupational Health Services Research and Policy (OHSRP) training program is an innovative collaboration between the Division of Environmental Health Sciences (EnHS), and the Division of Health Policy and Management (HPM) in the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota. The program prepares researchers that will help meet the demand for more rigorous evaluation of workplace policies and programs designed to reduce the nation’s burden of occupational illness and injury and to protect and promote the well-bring of the American workforce.

The degree provided from this program is a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in either Environmental Health or Health Policy and Management. Learn more about the degree.

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