With what course should I blog with this fall?

During the last academic year I partnered with two university professors to blog alongside their classes. I called it “TIE-U” (for university). Last fall it was Jon Oberlander. Last spring it was Jon Kolstad. (Follow the links for all posts related to each of their classes.)

What should I blog along with this fall? I do not require the professor to be named “Jon.” It could be anything that pertains to health policy (e.g., health economics, health services research, etc.). If you’re a professor interested in partnering, get in touch with me. If you’re a reader who knows of a great course, let me know about it, and I’ll try to track it down.

My preference would be a course that may not exist. Its title would (or could) be something like “Medical Science for Social Scientists.” It’d cover basic concepts and studies in medicine. A good text would be 50 Studies Every Doctor Should Know: The Key Studies that Form the Foundation of Evidence Based Medicine, which I am reading. Anyone know of any course like this? (And why isn’t such a course required for all social scientists in health-related fields?)

But, even if such a course doesn’t exist, I’ll blog along with something. But what? Your suggestions please.


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