Health Care Education and Training

Education and training can play a significant role in determining health care professionals' proficiency with the most recent interventions and technologies. Training programs and policies also have important implications for labor market issues in the health care sector. RAND examines how education and training relate to care delivery and quality of care throughout the health care industry.

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    Kimberly A. Hepner

    Senior Behavioral Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in clinical psychology, University of Arizona

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    Jason Michel Etchegaray

    Senior Behavioral and Social Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology, University of Houston; B.A. in psychology, University of California at San Diego

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    Jason Michel Etchegaray

    Senior Behavioral and Social Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology, University of Houston; B.A. in psychology, University of California at San Diego

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    Ian D. Coulter

    Senior Health Policy Researcher
    Education Ph.D. in sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science; M.A. in sociology, University of Canterbury; B.A. in sociology, University of Canterbury

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