Health Improvement Program 

Health and fitness classes are offered through our Health Improvement Program.

Since the 1980's, HIP has worked to improve the health of the Stanford Community and communities across the nation and around the world.

The Master of Science in Community Health and Prevention Research (CHPR)

The Master of Science (M.S.) in Community Health and Prevention Research (CHPR) is designed for students pursuing health-related careers focusing on chronic disease prevention, health and wellness promotion, and the pursuit of health equity.

Take our Move More, Sit Less Challenge
with WELL for Life

Stanford WELL for Life is challenging you to Move More and Sit Less for 7 days. Does this sound daunting? We're here to help you, with easy to follow instructions and materials to support your success!


WELL For Life at Stanford

WELL is a cutting-edge effort to help us understand and improve wellbeing for everyone. Medicine has long focused on how to diagnose and treat disease, but WELL is using a new approach focused on wellbeing to improve lifestyle behaviors and health. 

To find out more about our new exciting program, please visit our WELL For Life website.

Donate to SPRC

Each gift will support evidence-based prevention research, which will have meaningful impact on communities across the globe.

SPRC (Stanford Prevention Research Center)/PCPH (Primary Care and Population Health) Weekly Seminar Series

All Seminars are located at the Medical School Office Building (MSOB), Room X303, every Thursday from 4:00PM-5:00PM, unless noted.

September 28

Speaker: David Maron, MD, Interim Chief, SPRC, Clinical Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular) Director, Preventive Cardiology, ISCHEMIA Trial Co-Chair/PI
Title: When Primary Prevention Fails: A Clinical Trial to Determine the Best Way to Manage Coronary Artery Disease

October 5

Speaker: James Brooks, MD, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Keith and Jan Hurlbut Professor, Chief of Urologic Oncology, Vice Chair, Department of Urology
Title: Continuing Controversies in Prostate Cancer Screening

October 12

Speaker: Sukyung Chung, PhD, Consulting Associate Professor
Title: Secure Messaging to Improve Type 2 Diabetes Care

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