October 3, 2017

Devine named to AcademyHealth Methods Council

Dr. Emily B. Devine compared the effectiveness of a medical program against a procedural intervention, focusing on outcomes of greatest importance to patients with Intermittent Claudication.

Dr. Emily B. Devine compared the effectiveness of a medical program against a procedural intervention, focusing on outcomes of greatest importance to patients with Intermittent Claudication.

PORPP Associate Professor Beth Devine was selected to serve on the AcademyHealth Methods Council in 2017. The Council, comprising 21 members from multiple disciplinary perspectives in health services and policy research, advises the Board and AcademyHealth leadership on the priorities and trends in new methods and trainings for members and the field of Health Services Research.

 

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