'Brown bag' seminar
Understanding, Summarising, and Analysing Multi-Dimension Outcomes in Health and Poverty Research
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Wednesday 16th October 2013
1.00 PM CA117 (MBA Room): Cairnes Building
The Health Economics and Policy Analysis (HEPA) group in the School of Business and Economics is delighted to welcome Professor John Mullahy for a short visit to NUI Galway between October 14 and 17.
John Mullahy is Professor of Population Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he is also an affiliate professor at the LaFollette School of Public Affairs, and an affiliate and executive committee member at the Center for Demography and Ecology. Prof. Mullahy's research interests include the evaluation of health interventions, comparative effectiveness analysis, analysis of patterns of healthcare spending, health-related behaviors and time use, and the applications of econometric methods. Prof. Mullahy currently serves as Co-Editor of Health Economics and Associate Editor of the Journal of Health Economics. At UW-Madison, Prof. Mullahy currently co-directs the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-supported Health & Society Scholars Program and the NIMH-supported pre-doctoral training program in Health and Mental Health Economics.
On Monday, October 14, his seminar will be on Outcomes Measurement and the Evidence Base in Comparative Effectiveness and Regulatory Contexts. The seminar will be held at 1.00 in the SAC Room (CA 110).
On Wednesday, October 16, his seminar will be on Understanding, Summarising, and Analysing Multi-Dimension Outcomes in Health and Poverty Research. That seminar will be held at 1.00 in CA 117. In both cases, tea, coffee and sandwiches will be available in Friar’s from 12.30.
Head of Economics
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