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CER Lectures and program

University of the Sciences is hosting an informative three-part lecture series focusing on Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER).  The aim of the lecture series is to introduce the campus to the concept of CER and build a foundation of knowledge.  The lectures scheduled for January 30th, February 28th and March 28th.  The topics include CER and health information technology, CER and the use of real-world data and the future of CER.  Speakers include Dr. Jean-Paul Gagnon, Dr. Marcus Wilson and Dr. Sandy Schwartz.  All lectures will be held on campus.  For more information on the lecture series, go here.

This lecture series is a prelude to Mayes' College annual Making the Connections  program.  The Making the Connections program will highlight a panel of speakers from the pharmaceutical industry, payers, providers and patients who will be speaking about the impact of CER on their sector of health care.  The  Making the Connections program will be held April 16th, from 5:30-7:30 at USciences campus.


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