Health Law & Policy Summer Institute

What is the Institute?

The Health Law & Policy Summer Institute is a series of intensive courses that can be taken for academic or CLE credit by students and professionals. The Institute schedule is flexible and includes day and evening courses and, for the first time this year, one online course. Participants can enroll for the full two weeks or register for just one or two courses. Lunchtime activities, including panel discussions, are open to all participants in order to promote networking opportunities. 

When and where is the Institute?

The 2015 Health Law & Policy Summer Institute will run from June 22-June 26, 2015 at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, DC.

Click here for a calendar of previous courses and lunch programs (PDF)

Courses offered in the past:

The 2014 Institue courses fell into four main categories:

  • Pharmaceutical Law
  • Bioethics and the Law
  • Health Care Fraud and Compliance
  • Health Care Economics and the Law

Participants who are not taking the courses for credit will earn a Certificate of Completion for each course. By completing a course series in one of the four categories, participants can also earn Series Certificates.

What is CCB Accreditation?

The Compliance Certificate Board (CCB) has approved each of the 3 courses in our Health Care Fraud and Compliance series for up to 3 CCB CEUs. Continuing Education Units are awarded based on individual attendance records. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by CCB of this program content or of the program sponsor.

Registration and Tuition

Professionals not seeking academic credit can REGISTER HERE.

Visiting students seeking academic credit can USE THIS FORM TO APPLY through our Registrar's Office.

WCL students should apply through the Registrar's Office.

Click here for tuition information.

 

 

Contact Us

For more information or to receive updates about the 2015 Institute, please contact Asha Scielzo at scielzo@american.edu or email lawandgov@wcl.american.edu.