Research in Progress Seminar (RIP)

Dept of Health Research and Policy
HRP Redwood Building, T138B

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

Winter 2009 (1/7 - 3/11/2009)

Date Speaker Title of Talk
1/7
Jay Bhattacharya, PhD
Associate Profesor of Medicine (Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research) and by courtesy in Health Research and Policy and Economics
Does Health Insurance Make You Fat
1/14
Alain Enthoven
Marriner S Eccles Professor of Public and Private Management, Emeritus
Roadmap to a Better US Health Care System
1/21
Sally Horwitz,PhD
Professor of Pediatrics and CHP/PCOR faculty member
Epidemiology of Children's Mental Health Services: Prevalence, Distribution and Patterns
1/28
Paul Wise, MD, MPH
Richard E Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society and
CHP/PCOR Core Faculty Member
Are Adults Just Grown-up Kids?
Analyzing the Policy Relevance of Gene-Environment Interaction Over the Lifecourse
2/4
Ciaran Phibbs
Health Economist at the Palo Alto Health Care System's Health Economics Resource Center and CHP/PCOR Associate
Joanne Spetz
Associate Adjunct Professor, UCSF
The Effect of Health Information Technologies on Patients and Staff in the Veterans Health Administration
2/11
Grant Miller
Asst Prof of Medicine; Asst Prof, by courtesy, of Economics and of Health Research and Policy and CHP/PCOR Core
Supply- vs. Demand-Side Rationing in Developing Country Health Insurance: Evidence from Colombia's "Regimen Subsidiado"
2/18
Dan Kessler, PhD, JD
David S and Ann M Barlow Professor in Management Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution
Professor of Law (by courtesy), School of Law
Professor of Health Research and Policy (by courtesy), School of Medicine
David Brady, PhD MA
Bowen H. and Janice Arthur McCoy Professor of Political Science and Leadership Values
Professor of Political Science, School of Humanities and Sciences
Deputy Director and Davies Family Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution
Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research
Morris M. Doyle Centennial Chair in Public Policy
Valuing Health Reform
2/25
Kate Bundorf
Associate Prof of Health Research and Policy, by courtesy, at the Graduate School of Business
Collaborators: Loren Baker and Anne Royalty
What is Driving Health Care Cost Growth Among the Privately Insured?
3/4
Walter Park
CHP/PCOR Trainee in the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's Fellowship in Health Care Research and Policy
The Cost-effectiveness of Biologics for Crohn's Disease
3/11
Alan M Garber, MD, PhD
CHP/PCRO Director
Savings from Comparative Effectivensss Research

Information about RIP and CHP/PCOR can also be found at healthpolicy.stanford.edu/events

Archived RIP Seminars