PHEnOM Seminar Series
PHEnOM hosts a weekly seminar series during the academic year. All students, faculty and other researchers interested in this area will be encouraged to attend the seminar series. The 1.5 hour seminar will be held in the 22nd-floor boardroom at the UW Tower (directions) every Thursday 3 - 4:30pm.
(To present at the PHEnOM seminar series, contact Nathan Tefft at email@example.com.
Spring 2013 Schedule
Measuring Overdiagnosis in Breast and Prostate Cancer Screening: Overcoming Challenges, Avoiding Mistakes
Contracts offered by Bureaucrats
Two Problems in Medical Decision Making under Ambiguity
Using cost analysis to better design global health interventions: Lessons from HPV vaccination in Peru, Uganda, India and Vietnam
Minimum pricing of alcohol: Theory and evidence
Using Latent Class Probability Estimation and Residual Inclusion to Address Confounding in Medication Adherence Modeling
Technology Growth and Expenditure Growth in Health Care
An Altruism Adjusted Measure of the Value of a Statistical Life
The Oregon Health Insurance Experiment: Evidence from the First Two Years