Seminar Series

Research on economic burden of disease and emotional well-being:
where do we go next?


Dr. Maria Pisu, Dr. Michelle Martin, & Dr. Margaret Liang, EMOT-ECON Team

Erin Bradshaw and Dr. Minal Patel, EMOT-ECON Steering Committee

Thursday July 7, 2022 12 PM CDT

As presented recently at the Society of Behavioral Medicine’s 2022 conference, members of EMOT-ECON will discuss current research on emotional well-being and economic burden of disease and the formulation of the Network.

Introducing the EMOT-ECON Network

Maria Pisu, PhD,  University of Alabama at Birmingham

Validating the utility of the COmprehensive Score for financial Toxicity-Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy (COST-FACIT) for use in Diabetes

Minal R. Patel, PhD, MPH, University of Michigan

Shared decision-making and meeting patients’ care goals requires understanding the connection between patients’ emotional, financial and social needs

Erin N. Bradshaw,  Patient Advocate Foundation

The impact of cost information on emotional well-being among cancer patients

Margaret Liang, MD, MS, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Discussion by Michelle Martin, PhD, University of Tennessee Health Science Center

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https://uab.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0udOGsqD0oE9LaGbw_vX6GWJgzRpwTC6kT


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