Book Giveaway

Register for Our Sweet 16 Book Giveaway

We're celebrating 16 years of analyzing evidence and drawing meaningful insights to reveal the benefits, risks, value and potential of your pharma products. As a leading consultant in pharma research, our researchers have contributed to more than 110 books. It wouldn't be a celebration without presents, so we've selected 8 recent titles and will draw a name each month for 16 months. The winner will get to choose one book from the list below. RTI Staff not eligible.

Benefit-Risk Assessment in Pharmaceutical Research and Development
Edited by Andreas Sashegyi, James Felli, and Rebecca Noel

RTI-HS Contributors: Alicia Gilsenan,  Elizabeth B. Andrews, A. Brett Hauber

Budget Impact Analysis of Health Care Interventions: A Practical Guide
Written and edited by Josephine Mauskopf* and Stephanie R. Earnshaw*

RTI-HS Contributors: Anita Brogan Sorrel Wolowacz, 
Thor-Henrik Brodtkorb

Epidemiology: An Introduction
Written by Kenneth J. Rothman*
The Future of Health Economics
Edited by Olivier Ethgen, Ulf Staginnus

RTI-HS Contributor: Stephanie Earnshaw

Improving Outcomes for Noncommunicable Diseases in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Edited by Kenneth A. LaBresh

RTI-HS Contributor: Christine Poulos

Modern Epidemiology
Written by Kenneth J. Rothman,* Sander Greenland, and Timothy L. Lash
Mann's Pharmacovigilance
Edited by Elizabeth B. Andrews* and Nicholas Moore

RTI-HS Contributors: Kelly Hollis and Alicia Gilsenan

Global Health Informatics
Edited by Leo Anthony G. Celi, Hamish S. F. Fraser, Vipan Nikore, Juan Sebastián Osorio and Kenneth Paik

RTI-HS Contributor: Kenneth J. Rothman

*Denotes RTI-HS Author

Congratulations to our winners!

Sandra Smith, MBA, CCRC
Clinical Research Manager

  Maja Poulsen, MD, PhD fellow   
Department of Public Health

    Jennifer Petrillo Billet, PhD     
Assoc Director, Outcomes

Rachael L. DiSantostefano, MS PhD
Director, Benefit-Risk / Epidemiology

Gagan Jain
Director GHOER


Julie B.


Leo Russo, PhD
Sr. Director, Epidemiology

Marjana Marinac Josine Kuiper, MSc
Research Manager

Danielle Zammit





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