Academy Health Student Chapter

What is AcademyHealth?

  • AcademyHealth is the professional home for health services researchers, policy analysts, and practitioners, and a leading, non-partisan resource for the best in health research and policy.
  • Multi-disciplinary membership of more than 5,000 policymakers, decision makers, health services researchers, policy analysts, economists, sociologists, political scientists, consultants, clinicians, and students
  • More than 175 affiliated organizations internationally
  • Linking research, policy, and practice is what makes AcademyHealth unique

What is the purpose of the BUSPH AcademyHealth Student Chapter?

  • Provide a forum for students interested in health services research to collaborate and plan activities that support the interests of the membership
  • Enhance the professional development of students in health services research
  • Facilitate networking opportunities for health services researchers through interactions with peers and senior health service researchers

What are the benefits of an AcademyHealth membership?

Visit http://www.academyhealth.org/membership/membership-benefits to learn more!


How do I join AcademyHealth and the BUSPH AcademyHealth Student Chapter?

  • Join AcademyHealth as a student (student membership is $45) by completing the application online at academyhealth.org/membership/join
  • Once your membership application and dues are submitted, e-mail achealth@bu.edu, with your full name, degree program, concentration and preferred e-mail address. You will then be added to the student chapter membership roster and e-mail list

Other Questions or Comments? 

Contact the BUSPH AcademyHealth Student Chapter leadership by emailing us at achealth@bu.edu

 

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The students of Boston University operate an approved student chapter of Academy Health, the professional home for health services researchers, policy analysts, and practitioners, and a leading, non-partisan resource for the best in health research and policy.

Faculty Advisor- Steven D. Pizer, PhD