Learning at All Levels
At the University of Michigan, we are developing the science to transform knowledge into actionable change. Being at the forefront of the newest discipline in health care places our department in the unique position of training future health system leaders. We offer specialized educational programs for a wide variety of learners, including medical residents, faculty, practitioners, and graduate students from many different disciplinary backgrounds. We will equip you with the knowledge to impact change from the individual to the systems level, wherever you work.
Graduate Degree Programs
Our graduate programs are designed to meet learners where they are.
A Master’s degree program unlike any other, the University of Michigan MHPE focuses on learner competence rather than a program of fixed duration or set of courses. Designed for health professionals who want to develop their educational leadership and scholarship, the UM-MHPE builds learning into your current educational responsibilities for a customized plan and rigorous assessment.
Learning health systems are organizations or networks that continuously self-study and adapt using data and analytics to transform practice. Our newly launched Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems (HILS) graduate program is on the forefront of this emerging science.
Professional Development Programs
Michigan Medicine faculty and staff are invited to apply to our professional development programs.
Provides an opportunity for competitively selected Michigan Medicine faculty to study and apply principles of medical education in depth. Sessions cover educational theory, application and research on topics including: teaching and learning, cognition, assessment and evaluation, academic leadership, career building and research methods.
Designed for Michigan Medicine faculty and staff who wish to become clinical leaders in quality and patient safety within Michigan Medicine and beyond. Sponsored by the Michigan Medicine Quality Department and coordinated by DLHS.