STRIPED Co-Director Kendrin Sonneville and Consulting Expert Michael Long taught STRIPED’s teaching case “‘The Governor Is Very Interested’: Or, Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for School Health Screenings” to students enrolled in the Harvard Medical School Global Clinical Scholars Research Training Program (GCSRT) on May 24th. Students in the GCSRT program hail from 22 nations around the world and are all faculty-level clinicians working in clinical research in their respective countries. The teaching case, developed by the STRIPED team, including Collaborating Mentor in Health Economics Mihail Samnaliev and Case Writer Eric Weinberger, combines learning objectives on eating disorders prevention with an introduction to principles of cost-effectiveness analysis. Check out this case and others from STRIPED here. The STRIPED teaching case development program is supported by the Ellen Feldberg Gordon Fund for Eating Disorders Research and U.S. Maternal and Child Health Bureau/HRSA training grant MC00001.
Congratulations to our newest STRIPED graduates: Grant Barbosa, JD, Kelly Bauer, BA, Samantha Glover, JD, Brigitte Granger, MS, Emily Kroshus, ScD, MPH, and Hyungi LeAnn Noh, MS. Kudos to another outstanding STRIPED cohort bringing their talents to bear on eating disorders prevention!
Also, congratulations to STRIPED doctoral student Allegra Gordon for receiving the Harvard School of Public Health 2013-14 Teaching Assistant Recognition Award, the school’s highest honor for outstanding teaching assistants. Stellar work, Allegra!