Practical Guidance for Cost Analysis of Healthcare Data Peter May, PhD, Research Fellow in Health Economics, Trinity College Dublin in Ireland, April 4, 2019
Description: This session will provide practical guidance for conducting cost
analysis in palliative and end-of-life care. Considerations include
understanding dependent and primary independent variables, statistical
challenges with utilization data, and the challenges and opportunities in
current economics of palliative care research.
Presentation: Practical Guidance for Cost Analysis of Healthcare Data
Research in Disenfranchised and Vulnerable Populations: Overcoming Challenges Brie Williams, MD, MS, Professor of Medicine, UCSF Division of Geriatrics, Director of the Criminal Justice & Health Program at UCSF and Director of the Criminal Justice and Aging Project of Tideswell at UCSF, March 7, 2019
Description: The overall goal of this webinar is to become familiar with challenges inherent in conducting research with disenfranchised and vulnerable populations and to discuss strategies for conducting ethical, rigorous research with vulnerable populations through a case-based research scenario.
Presentation: Research in Disenfranchised and Vulnerable Populations: Overcoming Challenges