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Spring 1 2010

Department of Health Policy
Dr. J. Kim
2.5 credits
Lectures, seminars, lab. Two 2-hour sessions each week, one 1.5-hour lab.

An intermediate-level course on methods and health applications of decision analysis modeling techniques. Topics include Markov models, life expectancy modeling, micro-simulation models, deterministic and probabilistic sensitivity analysis, ROC analysis and diagnostic technology assessment, and cost-effectiveness analysis.

Course Note: RDS 280, RDS 286, or equivalent introductory course on decision analysis required or signature of instructor required; familiarity with matrix algebra and elementary calculus may be helpful but not required; lab or section times to be announced at first meeting. (8.06)

Spring 1 2009

Department of Health Policy
Dr. J. Kim
2.5 credits
Lectures, seminars, lab. Two 2-hour sessions each week, one 1.5-hour lab.

An intermediate-level course on methods and health applications of decision analysis modeling techniques. Topics include Markov models, life expectancy modeling, micro-simulation models, deterministic and probabilistic sensitivity analysis, ROC analysis and diagnostic technology assessment, and cost-effectiveness analysis.

Course Note: RDS 280, RDS 286, or equivalent introductory course on decision analysis required or signature of instructor required; familiarity with matrix algebra and elementary calculus may be helpful but not required; lab or section times to be announced at first meeting. (8.06)

Spring 1 2008

Department of Health Policy and Management and the Department of Biostatistics
Dr. J. Kim
2.5 credits
Lectures, seminars, lab. Two 2-hour sessions each week, one 1-hour lab.

An intermediate-level course on methods and health applications of decision analysis and other modeling techniques. Topics include Markov models, life expectancy modeling, simulation models, deterministic and probabilistic sensitivity analysis, ROC analysis and diagnostic technology assessment, and cost-effectiveness analysis.

Course Note: RDS 280, RDS 286, or equivalent introductory course on decision analysis required or signature of instructor required; familiarity with matrix algebra and elementary calculus may be helpful but not required; lab or section times to be announced at first meeting. (8.06)

Spring 1 2007

Department of Health Policy and Management and the Department of Biostatistics
Dr. J. Kim
2.5 credits
Lectures, seminars, lab. Two 2-hour sessions each week, one 1-hour lab.

An intermediate-level course on methods and health applications of decision analysis and other modeling techniques. Topics include Markov models, life expectancy modeling, simulation models, deterministic and probabilistic sensitivity analysis, ROC analysis and diagnostic technology assessment, and cost-effectiveness analysis.

Course Note: RDS 280, RDS 286, or equivalent introductory course on decision analysis required or signature of instructor required; familiarity with matrix algebra and elementary calculus may be helpful but not required; lab or section times to be announced at first meeting. (8.06)

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