Seminar Series | Center for Healthcare Policy and Research

Seminar Series

Photo of Dr. Alicia Agnoli presenting behind a podium at CHPR's Seminar Series.

Learn from policy and research professionals

CHPR hosts a weekly health services research seminar that is open to the public. Seminars are held each Wednesday at 12 p.m. PST via webinar during the Fall, Winter and Spring UC Davis academic quarters (excluding holidays). 

Earn CME and course credit

For most seminar sessions, Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit is available to practicing physicians. 

Students who register for EPI 291 earn 1 unit of course credit for regular seminar attendance.

Upcoming seminars
  • May 31, 2023

    Tarun Ramesh

    M.D. Candidate, Harvard Medical School

    A double dose of inequality: Rural hospital closures and access to care for communities of color

  • June 7, 2023

    Dr. David Chin

    Assistant Professor, Health Policy and Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst

    Do non-English speaking patients receive less timely ICU care? Examining the association between patients' primary language and length of stay in intensive care using the MIMIC data set

May 17, 2023

Dr. Arrianna Marie Planey

The CHPR Seminar Series welcomed Arrianna Marie Planey, an assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health, for her seminar "Conceptualizing time as a SDoH in cancer (outcomes) research: 2 case studies at the intersection of rurality x access to care." 

Seminar Series video archive (2015-2023)

Become a presenter

If you are interested in giving a talk or have questions, please contact the seminar director:

Dr. Jeffrey Hoch
Interim Director, Center for Healthcare Policy and Research
Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences
Chief, Division of Health Policy and Management

We welcome presentations from policy and research professionals in the health services research field from both UC Davis and other institutions. Presentations focus on:

  • research in progress
  • recently completed research
  • innovative research methods
  • discussions of grant proposal ideas
  • practice presentations