An important question for research and policy is whether discounting depends on the outcome domain. In this paper we explore this question for health and money using the direct method, which can measure discounting without the need to make assumptions about utility. Click here for more information.
Tuba Tunçel, PhD Candidate Toulouse School of Economics, U of Toulouse, will present a CHDS Lunchtime Seminar, titled Should Off-Label Prescriptions Be Prevented? Empirical Evidence from France.
CHDS Visiting Scholar Kine Pedersen will present a CHDS Lunchtime Seminar titled, "Cervical Cancer Screening in Norway: Optimizing the Management of Women with Minor Cervical Lesions under Alternative Analytic Assumptions."
The Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy hosts a webinar on Cost-Effectiveness Analysis: Balancing Value with Affordability? For details and to register, click here.
Craig White, Ph.D. Candidate in Decision Science will present, Prostate Cancer Active Surveillance Model Results & Breast Cancer Screening MRI RCT Update
Rebecca McDonald, PhD, Research Fellow, University of Warwick, UK, will present Evidence of Variable Discount Rates and Non-Standard Discounting in Mortality Risk Valuation.
Christian Suharlim, MD, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, CHDS, will present The cost (and effectiveness) of DOT-HAART for HIV patients in Lima, Peru
Mark Shrime, MD, Clinical Instructor, HMS, will present Surgery, Poverty and Health in the US and Around the World
Danielle Rodin MD, Dept adiation Oncology, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto, ON, will present UICC Global Task Force on Radiotherapy for Cancer Control: A Radiotherapy Investment Framework
Allison Portnoy, International Vaccine Access Center, Department of International Health,
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, will present Costs of Vaccine Programs Across 94 Low-and Middle-Income Countries
Emmanuelle Lavaine, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Toulouse School of Economics, LERNA-INRA, will present Incinerator Risk Perceptions and Averting Behavior: Evidence from Mexico
Jennifer Gilbert,PhD Candidate in Epidemiology and Public Health, Yale University, will present Evaluating an Integrated TB/HIV Screening Program in Rural South Africa
Mehdi Najafzadeh, Instructor in Medicine, HMS, will present Quantifying Preferences for Asthma Control Using Best-Worst Scaling (BWS) Experiment
John Bridges, Associate Professor Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, will present Measuring the Priorities and Treatment Preferences of Parents With a Child Diagnosed With Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Using Best-Worst Scaling
Thomas Concannon, Policy Researcher at RAND Corp. & Assistant Professor of Medicine at Tufts will present A Systematic Review of Stakeholder Engagement in Comparative Effectiveness Research and Patient-Centered Outcomes Research