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EMOT-ECON Seminar Series


Dr. Jessica Koslouski, University of Connecticut

How do we measure emotional well-being?
It depends on who you ask

Thursday, September 22 at 12 PM CDT

There are numerous economic consequences of having a disease. They may include the money patients have to spend when getting medical care and managing their illness, and the time they may be out of work and the lost income, even if temporary. Patients may go through a range of emotions when coping with the financial burden of illness.

The Emotional Well-being and Economic Burden Research Network (EMOT-ECON) is a new initiative to advance research and generate new knowledge about the impact of economic burden of disease on emotional well-being.

Led by the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, EMOT-ECON will be a leader in research that will minimize the impact of economic burden of disease and enhance well-being. The Network is funded by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health at the National Institutes of Health.

Who should join EMOT-ECON?

Researchers, patients, caregivers, healthcare providers and others who are interested in supporting research activities and practice changes to improve the emotional well-being of patients and caregivers who experience financial issues due to illness.

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UAB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to fostering a diverse, equitable and family-friendly environment in which all faculty and staff can excel and achieve work/life balance irrespective of race, national origin, age, genetic or family medical history, gender, faith, gender identity and expression as well as sexual orientation. UAB also encourages applications from individuals with disabilities and veterans.