Any questions regarding the MHA Residency program should be directed to Program Administrator, Jennifer Kim, at (213) 821-0837 or [email protected]
The residency handbook serves as a guide for students, preceptors, and faculty to maximize the learning experience for each student. View handbook »
There are 4 components to the residency program that must be completed in order to satisfy the residency requirement. These are:
The purpose of the residency plan is to:
Students are expected to adhere to the following policies regarding the residency application/plan:
Quantitative and qualitative evaluations monitor the student-resident’s progress and highlight issues and accomplishments of the overall residency experience. While there is a separate student and preceptor evaluation process, both are encouraged to collaborate so that assessment and reflection is most effective.
Students must adhere to the following policies regarding evaluations:
The USC Price MHA Program has adopted a set of 6 competencies that all students of the program should demonstrate upon the completion of their residency and graduation. Both the preceptor mid-point and final evaluations are based on these competencies:
Students are required to provide verification that the 1000-hour requirement is satisfactorily completed. The MHA Program Office recommends students regularly track each hour worked to ensure accurate records. Along with the final evaluation, students must also submit a spreadsheet indicating hours worked.