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KaiserEDU.org was developed to provide access to resources and information on major areas of health care policy, particularly for students and faculty in health policy and related disciplines, as well as for anyone interested in learning more about health policy. The site provides a range of resources, including narrated slide lectures and collections of background materials, including research, data, and policy analysis, on the key issues at the forefront of health policy. The site also includes concise summaries of more narrow policy debates along with links to background materials, including policy reports, articles published in the peer-reviewed literature, and key data. Other features include a library of syllabi from health policy courses across the U.S., a compilation of fellowships for students and professionals interested in health policy, a summary of the major government agencies involved in health policy, and links to datasets available for further research.
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