Scan selected analyses conducted by our center community and colleagues here.

Spillover Effects of Illness

Caregivers and family members share the burden of illness by caring for and about their loved ones. To integrate these factors into decision making, we need to better understand how to measure and value these effects. Interested in joining a passionate community of investigators and diverse stakeholders?

 

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.

Featured Resource: Discrete Choice Experiment

Almost one-third of US adults would trade everything for a cure: PhD Program alumnus Mark Shrime, MD, PhD uses conjoint analysis to assess preferences for health versus financial security.

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