Shari Chen-Hardee, Ph.D.

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2005 University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
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Public Health
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Elizabeth Chrischilles grad student 2005 University of Iowa (Epi Tree)
 (Was watchful waiting underutilized for localized prostate cancer? Instrumental variables analysis of the SEER-Medicare database.)
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Chen-Hardee S, Chrischilles EA, Voelker MD, et al. (2006) Population-based assessment of hospitalizations for neutropenia from chemotherapy in older adults with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (United States). Cancer Causes & Control : Ccc. 17: 647-54
Brooks J, Chrischilles E, Chen-Hardee S, et al. (2006) PCN1 ESTIMATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EARLY-STAGE LUNG CANCER ADJUVANT TREATMENTS IN PRACTICE USING INSTRUMENTAL VARIABLE METHODS Value in Health. 9: A104
Chrischilles EA, Klepser DG, Brooks JM, et al. (2005) Effect of clinical characteristics on neutropenia-related inpatient costs among newly diagnosed non-Hodgkin's lymphoma cases during first-course chemotherapy. Pharmacotherapy. 25: 668-75
Chrischilles EA, Carter BL, Lund BC, et al. (2004) Evaluation of the Iowa Medicaid pharmaceutical case management program. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association : Japha. 44: 337-49
Brooks J, Chrischilles E, Scott S, et al. (2004) Correction to: Was Lumpectomy Underutilized for Early Stage Breast Cancer? Health Services Research. 39: 693-694
Brooks JM, Chrischilles EA, Scott SD, et al. (2003) Was breast conserving surgery underutilized for early stage breast cancer? Instrumental variables evidence for stage II patients from Iowa. Health Services Research. 38: 1385-402
Brooks JM, Chrischilles E, Scott S, et al. (2000) Information gained from linking SEER Cancer Registry Data to state-level hospital discharge abstracts. Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results. Medical Care. 38: 1131-40
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