Center for Health Economics and Policy Presents First Annual “Outcomes and Health Services Research Development Workshop: Applying Health Economics and Policy Tools”
If you are a Health Services or policy researcher; want to learn new ways to think about and communicate your research; or, just want to impress grant reviewers and get more funding, the Center for Health Economics and Policy (CHEP) at the Institute for Public Health has an opportunity you don’t want to miss.
On January 31, from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., CHEP will present the first annual “Outcomes and Health Services Research Development Workshop: Applying Health Economics and Policy Tools”.
Who can participate and how? Anyone at WashU (and affiliated partners) interested in advancing outcomes and health services research for external submission, from idea to proposal draft.
The workshop agenda includes segments for those who may want to consult with experts for ideas and resources, or, for those who just want to hear talks by experts in the field of Health Services research, economics and policy.
Morning Session: Keynote speaker, Michael Chernew, PhD, Professor of Health Care Policy at Harvard University
A series of fast-paced talks on policy and Health Services Research taking place within the Washington University community, including projects on vaccinations, frailty and others.
Keynote speaker, Ben Sommers, MD, PhD, professor of Health Policy and Economics, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Networking Lunch (provided)
Afternoon Session – Meet with experts and receive consultation on:
How to conduct high-impact Health Services and policy research
How to develop cost and ROI analyses
How to maximize university data resources for your projects
Consult with experts:
Michael Chernew, PhD
Benjamin Sommers MD, PhD
Ruopeng An, PhD
Abigail Barker, PhD
Derek Brown, PhD
Anne Mobley Butler, PhD
Kenton Johnson, PhD
Karen Joynt Maddox, MD, MPH
Timothy McBride, PhD, MS
Margaret Olsen, PhD
Mary Politi, PhD
Beth Prusaczyk, PhD
For more information about the workshop, contact Leah Kemper.