About Farah Farahati
Dr. Farah Farahati is a Public Health Economist with over 20 years experience in collaborating on many health care policy-research projects in diverse settings – in the university and public research agencies, in the United States and Canada. In addition to her Ph.D. in Economics, she received specialized training in health economics and pharmacoeconomics through two post-doctoral fellowships – one at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and the second at McMaster University.
She has a good record of peer-reviewed publications in areas such as healthcare financing; budget impact modeling; and estimation of the economic costs of prevention, early detection, and treatment of multiple chronic diseases and has extensive experience to present them to clinicians, academic journals, and non-specialist audiences. She has taught university-level courses in-person and online and have trained staff in the principles of health economics.
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Poster Introductions I--Productivity Losses of Chronic Diseases Among Canadian Labour ...
Health over the Life Course Conference (2009)
Objective: This study estimates the productivity losses from different chronic disorders (e.g., heart conditions, diabetes, cancer) and some measures of ...