Tuesday, December 12, 2017

APPAM/ASHEcon Webinar: The Intersection of Opioid Addiction and Evidence-Based Policy

The opioid epidemic in the United States has reached alarming proportions. With over a thousand people dying each week due to opioid related overdoses, many have suggested evidence-based policy as a way to combat the epidemic. Join ASHEcon and APPAM experts on health policy and opioids as they take a deep-dive into the opioid crisis, how to use evidence-based policy to combat it, and what health economists can do to influence policy.

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Friday's Poster Winners

November 9, 2012 02:36 PM

Friday's poster session was mid-morning and completed before the APPAM lunch and association meeting. The poster winners were:

1st place: Laura F. Garabedian, Paula Chu, Darren Toh, Alan Zaslavsky, and Stephen Soumerai, Harvard University; "The Validity of Instrumental Variable Analysis in Comparative Effectiveness Research."

2nd place: Daniel Gubits, Abt Associates; Jorgen Harris, MDRC; Meghan McCormick, New York University; and Amy Lowenstein, MDRC; "Addressing the Multiple testing Problem in Subgroup Analysis in the Supporting Healthy Marriage Evaluation." (See a video interview with Daniel Gubits).

3rd place: Dan A. Black and Yu-Chieh Hsu, University of Chicago; Lowell J. Taylor, Carnegie Mellon University; "The Effect of Early-Life Education on Later-Life Mortality."

 

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