Employability of our news graduates has been enviable. One of our first graduates provides pain expertise for women through a well-known hospital in her native Middle Eastern country. Another has a position with a world-famous consulting agency in health outcomes research, to extend their work on pain and outcomes research. Another specializes in pain issues in a hospital pharmacy context and is involved in systematic reviews of drug efficacy and effectiveness. Others serve as principal pain resource nurses in a major university teaching hospital, and a new Veterans Administration pain treatment clinic.
These alumni were once faced with the same decisions potential applicants are looking to make. They, too, wondered;
- What background do students have when entering the Tufts PREP program?
- What type of career does someone with an MS in Pain Research, Education & Policy have?
- How do I complete my degree and manage work and/or family commitments?
- Is the Tufts PREP program right for me?
We hope the following profiles will help give you a sense of what it is like to be a Tufts PREP student.