Hey everyone, So I'm almost certain that I'm taking a year off of med school to do either an MPH in policy or and MPP (master of public policy) in health policy. I was wondering what everyone's thoughts are. I've looked at the Kennedy School for the MPP. Does anyone know anything about Princeton's MPP? My thoughts are to apply to MPP's at Harvard and Princeton and MPH's at Hopkins, UNC, and GW ... and see where I get in. My preference would be an MPP from the Kennedy School at Harvard (not sure if I can get in). My ultimate goals are to to Peds ID and work at least part time in policy either in government or with a uninversity. Ultimately, I would love to work for the government (after many years of practicing) toward the huge health problems are country has. Most specifically health care access for the uninsured and health care disparities. What do you guys think of this all? I'd really value your opinions. What do you guys think of the MPP vs. the MPH? What do you think of the schools I listed? Thanks.