Scan selected analyses conducted by our center community and colleagues.

Family Well-Being Network

FAMNET, a research network devoted to studying family well-being across the lifespan, is a collaborative effort among NIH, the Harvard Chan School, the University of Michigan, and the University of Pittsburgh. FAMNET joins five existing networks advancing emotional well-being research funded by agencies across NIH. 


Learning about Preferences

Utility theory and preference measurement are cornerstones of clinical decision making and cost-effectiveness analysis, but students often lack an understanding of key concepts. We are prototyping and pilot testing new materials and models to broaden "preferences" literacy.

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Featured: Family Effects of Illness

CHDS faculty Eve Wittenberg co-chaired an international task force developing recommendations for the inclusion of caregiver and family member impacts in the economic evaluation of healthcare interventions, recently published in PharmacoEconomics.