Richard E. Nelson, PhD

Research Interests

  • Health Economics
  • Infectious Disease
  • Rural Health
  • Health Services Research
  • Vulnerable Populations
  • Homeless Persons

Languages

  • English
  • Portuguese

Academic Information

  • Departments: Internal Medicine - Research Associate Professor, Pediatrics - Adjunct Assistant Professor
  • Divisions: Epidemiology, Pediatric Administration

Academic Office Information

  • 801-582-1565
  • Williams Building
    Clinical Epidemiology
    295 Chipeta Way
    Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Education History

Type School Degree
Graduate Training University of Utah
Clinical Investigation
M.S.
Doctoral Training University of Virginia
Economics
Ph.D.
Graduate Training University of Virginia
Economics
M.A.
Undergraduate Westminster College
Mathematics and Economics
B.S.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Nelson SD, Nelson RE, Cannon GW, Lawrence P, Battistone MJ, Grotzke M, Rosenblum Y, LaFleur J (2014). Cost-effectiveness of training rural providers to identify and treat patients at risk for fragility fractures. Osteoporos Int, 25(12), 2701-7.
  2. Nelson RE, Hoop R, Korner E, DuVall S, Hayden CL, Knippenberg K, Morgan T, Pandya P, Han J, LaFleur J (2014). Predicting Discontinuation of Pegylated Interferon as a Result of Lack of Efficacy in United States Veterans With Chronic Hepatitis C on Dual Therapy. Ann Pharmacother, 48(7), 826-836.
  3. LaFleur J, Hoop R, Morgan T, DuVall SL, Pandya P, Korner E, Knippenberg K, Hayden C, Nelson RE (2014). High rates of early treatment discontinuation in hepatitis C-infected US veterans. BMC Res Notes, 7, 266.
  4. Nelson RE, Battistone MJ, Ashworth WD, Barker AM, Grotzke M, Huhtala TA, Lafleur J, Tashjian RZ, Cannon GW (2014). Cost effectiveness of training rural providers to perform joint injections. Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken), 66(4), 559-66.
  5. Nelson RE, Nelson SL, Huttner B, Gundlapalli A (2014). The effect of Medicare Part D on health care utilization for non-elderly Medicare recipients with disabilities. Disabil Health J, 7(1), 64-9.
  6. Nelson RE, Nebeker JR, Hayden C, Reimer L, Kone K, LaFleur J (2013). Comparing adherence to two different HIV antiretroviral regimens: an instrumental variable analysis. AIDS Behav, 17(1), 160-7.
  7. Nelson RE, Nebeker J, Sauer B, LaFleur J (2012). Factors associated with screening or treatment initiation among male United States veterans at risk for osteoporosis fracture. Bone, 50(4), 983-8.
  8. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Yao Y, Adler RA, Nebeker JR (2012). Validated risk rule using computerized data to identify males at high risk for fracture. Osteoporos Int, 23(3), 1017-27.
  9. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Sauer BC, Nebeker JR (2011). Overestimation of the effects of adherence on outcomes: a case study in healthy user bias and hypertension. Heart, 97(22), 1862-9.
  10. Nelson RE, McAdam-Marx C, Evans ML, Ward R, Campbell B, Brixner D, Lafleur J (2011). Patent extension policy for paediatric indications: an evaluation of the impact within three drug classes in a state Medicaid programme. Appl Health Econ Health Policy, 9(3), 171-81.
  11. Nelson RE, Samore M, Smith KJ, Harbarth S, Rubin M (2010). Cost-Effectiveness of Adding Decolonization to a Surveillance Strategy of Screening and Isolation for MRSA Carriers. Clin Microbiol Infect, 16(8), 1427-1436.

Abstract

  1. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Hoop R, Morgan T, Pandya P, Nelson SD, Hamzeh F (2011). Many United States veterans with chronic hepatitis-C discontinue pegylated interferon therapy for reasons other than non-response. [Abstract]. Hepatology, 54(4), 799a.
  2. Shen S, South BR, Palmer M, DuVall SL, Nelson R, Samore M, Gundlapalli AV (2/15/2011). Classifying Features from VA Clinical Documents to Identify Homeless or At-Risk Veterans [Abstract]. VA HSR&D Annual Meeting 2011.
  3. Shuying Shen, Brett R South, Miland Palmer, Scott Duvall, Richard Nelson, Matthew Samore, Adi V Gundlapalli (2010). Classifying Features from VA Clinical Documents to Identify Homeless or At-Risk Veterans [Abstract]. International Society for Disease Surveillance.

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