Opportunities for Engagement
The Health Policy Program offers several ways to get involved with the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy. Opportunities exist for faculty members and community members alike to interact with us in our efforts to promote health and science policy.
The Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy values creating a meaningful connection between the work we do and the people whose lives are impacted by these important ethical and policy questions. We are committed to building relationships with the community and starting a dialogue around these issues. Learn more about our community programs.
Affiliations and Appointments
Faculty and researchers have several ways to interact with the Health Policy Program. Secondary appointments to the center are reserved for faculty who regularly contribute to our center education, health policy, clinical ethics, and/or research areas and are actively engaged with the center’s activities. Center affiliated membership is for those individuals who participate (or would like to begin participating) only in periodic teaching, such as first-year course small group facilitation, and/or collaborative work. See our affiliations and appointments.
We are always looking for opportunities to collaborate in meaningful health and science policy research. Members of the academic community are encouraged to contact us to discuss ways in which we can work together. For additional information, contact Clarice Jacobson at email@example.com.