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Celebrating Health Policy and Health Services Research at UCSF

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Published on Mar 5, 2013

In 1972, the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies was founded at UCSF by Philip R. Lee, the University's third chancellor. It was the first multidisciplinary health services research group within a health sciences campus. Today, PRL-IHPS faculty are a diverse group that works to conduct, synthesize and translate research that can be applied to real-world policy arenas, program areas and practice settings.

On February 27, 2013, a celebration was held in San Francisco's City Hall to acknowledge the health policy and health services research work at UCSF that was begun more than 40 years ago and continues to be vibrant and compelling today. A special part of the evening was this video that symbolized the event's theme of "honoring our roots and envisioning our future"; it features the Institute's founding director, Philip Lee, and founding associate director, Lewis Butler, and includes a number of past and current Institute faculty, staff and fellows.

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