Learning Health Sciences

Revolutionizing Learning, Transforming Health 

The University of Michigan Medical School Department of Learning Health Sciences (DLHS) is a first-in-the-nation basic science department focused on the sciences related to learning across multiple levels of scale (i.e. individual, group, organization, region, nation). DLHS works to improve health in systemic ways by advancing the sciences that make learning effective, routine, and efficient.

We view learning as a continuous process of discovery and implementation, leading to improvement and innovation.

As a department, we collaborate across disciplines to achieve three main goals:

Our research programs generate new knowledge that can enhance learning at all levels of scale;

Our educational programs train new researchers and practitioners who apply the sciences of learning;

Our service programs help health systems transform into learning health systems and advance health professions education.

We engage a unique community of scientists with wide-ranging expertise, including biomedical informatics, behavior change, organizational change theory, systems science, quality and performance improvement methods, translational research, bioethics, educational assessment and evaluation, pedagogical innovation and clinical simulation.

 

Events

Jul
13

Precision Health Graduate Certificate Online Info Session

1:00 PM to 1:30 PM

Why a Precision Health Graduate Certificate...

Only 12 credits of graduate coursework required Great opportunity for graduate students to design their own plan Network with other precision health students and faculty at seminars and professional development workshops Mentoring with faculty Open to all graduate students enrolled at U-M and