Health Research and Policy

Research in Progress Seminar (RIP)

CHP/PCOR Conference Room
117 Encina Commons, Room 119

Wednesday, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm (unless otherwise indicated)
(Tel: 650-723-5456)

Fall 2009 (9/23/2009 - 12/2/2009)
Date Speaker Title of Talk
9/23
Anita Wager
Harvard University
Naoko Tomita
Keio University
Karen Eggleston
Center Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford
The Political Economy of Pharmaceutical Policy in the Asia-Pacific
9/30
Karen Eggleston
Center Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford
Health Improvement Under Mao and Its Implications for Contemporary Aging in China
10/7
Mark Hlatky, MD
Professor of Health Research and Policy (Health Services Research), and of Medicine
Methods in Cardiovascular Outcomes Research
10/14
Mark Pletcher, MD, MPH
Asst Adjunct Professor, Depts of Epidemiology & Biostatistics (Division of Clinical Epidemiology) and Medicine, UCSF
Cost-Effectiveness of Lipid Lowering Strategies: An Analysis using the CHD Policy Model
10/21
Chris Stave
Librarian, Stanford School of Medicine
Research Toolbox 2009
10/28
Oddvar Martin Kaarboe, PhD
Visiting Scholar, Stanford Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research
Associate Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Bergen, Norway
Research Director of Health Economics Bergen (HEB)
Are There Any National Differences in Prioritization Concerning Patient Characteristics? A Comparative Analysis for Norway and Scotland
11/4
Donald Light, PhD
Lorry Lokey Visiting Professor at Human Biology, Stanford
Bearing the Risks of Prescription Drugs
11/11
Cancelled
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11/18
Dr Doug Owens, Dr Alan Garber, Dr David Hutton and Dr Nayer Khazeni
Vaccinate Early and Often: Health Benefits and Costs of Pandemic Response Strategies for Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 and Influenza A (H5N1, or "Avian Flu")
12/2
Vincent Liu, MD, Instructor, Medicine
Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine and Postdoctoral Medical Fellow, Medicine
The Post-racial Era in Lung Transplant?

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