Nutrition Health Economics Research: Inform Decisions That Matter
Course Description:In this course, Julia Thornton Snider, PhD will describe health economics research as an effective tool to understand the allocation of health care resources under conditions of scarcity and its value to nutrition care; describe the different types of costs and benefits that can be measured when assessing the impact of nutrition care interventions; and provide examples of studies that use health economics methods to showcase the impact nutrition care interventions can have on patients and healthcare systems.
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Julia Thornton Snider, PhD
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