Health Services Research Colloquium

Health Services Research Colloquium

Each semester the colloquium features researchers from across the country discussing current topics and trends in the area of health services research.

Spring 2015 Schedule:

Mondays, 11:30 – 1:00 p.m.

118 Keller Building, University Park Campus

Remote attendees click here to participate via Adobe Connect

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, January 26
Joanne Spetz, Ph.D.
Institute for Health Policy Studies, School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco
Title: “What Predicts a Nurse Practitioner Working in Primary Care?”
* Special Location * 110 Henderson – Bennett Pierce Living Center
(Audio for remote participants will be available through Adobe Connect. No dial-in number is necessary for this presentation.)

Click here to view a recording of Dr. Spetz's presentation from 1/26/15.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, March 2
Peter Buerhaus, Ph.D.
Nursing, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Title: “Contributions of Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Providing Primary and Specialty Care: Comparative Analyses of Medicare Claims Data and National Surveys”

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, March 30
Amy Wolaver , Ph.D.
Institute for Public Policy, Bucknell University
Title: “Investigating the Feasibility of Using Medical Records to Study Non-Environmental Health Impacts of Marcellus Shale Development"

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________


Monday, April 20
Sally Stearns, Ph.D.

Health Policy and Management, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Title: “Medication Adherence and Readmission following Heart Failure Hospitalization”

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Monday, April 27
Adam Atherly, Ph.D.
Health Systems, Management and Policy, University of Colorado, Denver
Title: “Switching Costs and Plan Loyalty in Medicare Part C “

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

The colloquium is sponsored by the Center for Health Care and Policy Research and the Department of Health Policy and Administration