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Interested in advancing your medical career? If you're a physician assistant, or a health professional, educator or administrator, Pacific's online Doctor of Science program is tailored just for you. Apply by Dec. 1 for the Spring 2024 cohort.
Applications are still being accepted for the January 2024 cohort in Pacific's Doctor of Science program, which offers two clinical degrees, the Doctor of Healthcare Science and the Doctor of Medical Science.  
Interested in learning more about the online Pacific Doctor of Science (DHSc/DMSc) program?  Join us at our Doctor of Science Virtual Open House event on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. PDT.
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The fully online Doctor of Science (DHSc/DMSc) program is currently accepting applications for the next cohort of students that will start in January 2024. The program is intentionally designed for working professionals to grow their skills without having to put their careers on hold. 
The Pacific Doctor of Science (DHSc/DMSc) program is accepting applications for its January 2024 cohort. The program is fully online and offers two innovative clinical doctoral degree programs — the Doctor of Healthcare Science (DHSc) and the Doctor of Medical Science (DMSc). 
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Students participated in a tri-county data collection effort that aims to identify "hot zones" and support vulnerable communities who are especially at risk from extreme temperatures.
Are you a health professional or a certified physician assistant who's looking to advance your career? The Pacific Doctor of Science (DHSc/DMSc) program is currently accepting applications for the January 2024 cohort and employees are eligible to apply for a tuition assistance grant to help defray costs.
Join Pacific University and Adelle Monteblanco, Public Health assistant professor, in a summer heat-mapping campaign to help identify urban heat islands in our region. Your contribution will reveal the distribution of heat across the region, helping local cities to plan for the future and provide much needed relief. 
Dr. Rebecca Schoon, who teaches a broad public health curriculum in Pacific University's College of Arts & Sciences, was awarded indefinite tenure by Pacific University. 
Please join the Reproductive Justice Action Team for a discussion on how overturning of Roe v. Wade has impacted OB-GYN and reproductive healthcare education and training at medical schools.

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