Program in Comparative Effectiveness and Child Health

The overall goals of the Program in Comparative Effectiveness and Child Health are to generate comparative effectiveness evidence, develop new methods, and build research capacity that inform clinical and policy decisions to improve the health of children. This multidisciplinary program includes faculty and trainees with expertise in decision sciences, economic, industrial and operations engineering, and pediatric health services research. Current research topics being explored by program-affiliated faculty include using simulation modeling to conduct evidence synthesis and cost-effectiveness analysis, projecting long-term clinical and economic outcomes, conjoint analysis and related methods to value child/family outcomes and preferences.

Associate Professor, CHEAR Unit, Division of General Pediatrics 
Associate Professor, Health Management & Policy, School of Public Health
Associate Director, CHEAR Unit, Division of General Pediatrics


We welcome any inquiries. Please contact:

Lisa A. Prosser, PhD
Program Director