Translational Research (TR)
Translation in the health sciences involves a systematic and strategic approach to developing novel tools, mechanisms, services, drugs, techniques, policies, and protocols that address the needs of people and populations.
TR consists of methods of inquiry, best-practices, and frameworks to optimize the successful design, development, implementation, testing, and dissemination of innovation in healthcare.
Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Translational Research
is a project-based graduate degree intended for students from diverse backgrounds who aspire to apply knowledge for innovation in healthcare. Students explore strategies, competencies and creative problem-solving approaches indispensable for innovating people-centered processes, procedures, products and services.
Our two-year competency focused degree employs collaborative and self-directed “learning by doing” to challenge students to think differently.
Our curriculum is a combination of in-class seminars, workshops and projects that provides direction for broader student initiatives as part of their own self-directed learning in the community. Seminars are designed as a rallying point for discussions, peer learning and facilitation as students network and engage in real-world problems through their co-curricular activities and professional activities.
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