The interdisciplinary nature of my work is exciting. My interests are in: comparative economic evaluations of public health interventions, the elderly, chronic disease, end of life care, and international health.
Dewar, D. The Economics of Reform: US and Comparative
Perspectives. Routledge Publishers, forthcoming 2016.
Dewar, D; Bloom, M; Choi, H; Gensburg, L; and A Hosler. (2015) The Integrated First Year Experience
in the MPH Program. American
Journal of Public Health105(s1):S97-S98.
Friis, R and Dewar,D. (contributing author). Community and Public Health. Ashford
University Press 2015.
Dewar, D. Essentials of Health Economics, second edition. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2015.
M; Dewar, D; Nasca, P; Morse, DL; Shah, NR. (2013) Integrating
Public Health Education in a Public Health Practice Setting: The Experience of the School of Public
Health, University at Albany and the New York State Department of
Health.Journal of Public Health Management and Practice.
Shih, A; Dewar, D.; Hartman, T. (2007) Medicare's Quality
Improvement Organization Program value in nursing homes. Health Care
Financing Review, (Spring).
Dewar, D. (2004). End of life care: a study among respiratory
care patients. Quarterly Journal of Cost and Quality, 10(3), 37-45.
McNutt LA, Carlson BE, Dewar D., Lombardo R . (2002). Health
care costs associated with partner violence. In Proceedings of the Medical Care
and Domestic Violence. 2002 Conference, Dallas Texas.
Dewar, D., (2001). Utilizing high cost life-saving technology
among the aged: are the benefits worth the costs? In Social Economy of Health
Care, in the Advances in Social Economics Series. Davis, J.B., ed. Routledge
Dewar, D., Lambrinos, J.; Mallick, R.; and Zhong, Y. (2000). A
cost-benefit analysis of mechanical ventilation: An examination of DRG 475.
International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care,16(1), 148-164.
D. Essentials of Health Economics, Student Workbook and Instructor’s Manual for
Essentials of Health Economics, Jones and Bartlett Publishers. June 2009