Name Rafia Rasu MPharm, MBA, Ph.D.
Dr. Rasu’s primary research interests are pharmacoeconomics & outcomes research, economic evaluation of health care interventions and public health. Her academic and research objectives focus on application of statistical methodology in examining issues related to effectiveness of medical care delivery and health outcomes in chronic diseases. Dr. Rasu has published more than 10 peer reviewed journal articles and has presented in many national and international conferences. Clinical Therapeutics, Medical Economics, Current Medical Research and Review, Sleep, Supportive Care in Cancer, Osaka Economic papers, Expert Review in Pharmacotherapy, Expert Review on Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine are a few journals where she published her research. She also has co-authored a book chapter on Economic Development and Population Health in a book titled "Reinventing Public Health: Policies and Practices for a Healthy Nation" that is currently used for graduate studies in Health Management and Policy Science related courses in schools of public health. She currently offers "Health Economics and Medicine", "Statistics II" and "Concepts of Epidemiology and Statistics" courses at UMKC.
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University of Texas Houston School of Public Health, PhD, Health Economics & Outcomes Research, Minors in Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
Institute of Business Administration, Dhaka University, MBA, Finance
Dhaka University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, MS,Pharmacy
Schools of Pharmacy and Nursing
Pharmacoeconomics, Outcomes Research, Health Services Research, Economic Evaluation of Health Care