Health and biomedical informatics (HBMI) graduate-level training programs have proliferated across the United States in the last ten years. To help inform programs on practices in teaching and learning, a survey of all Masters programs in HBMI in the US was conducted to determine the national landscape of culminating experiences including capstone projects, research theses, internships, and practicums. The results provide students and program leaders with a summary of pedagogical methods across programs.


Suzanne Cox (Presenter)
University of Chicago

Eva Shiu, University of Chicago
Stephen Johnson, Weill Cornell Medicine
Suzanne Boren, University of Missouri

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