Statistical and Research Resources

Statistical and Research resources

Center for Hospital and Healthcare Administration History

The Center for Hospital and Healthcare Administration History (CHHAH) plays a dual role: making accessible to researchers and policy analysts the knowledge and experience of the past and collecting, preserving, and organizing information about today’s issues that will have lasting value for the future.  The Center was established by the American Hospital Association (AHA) and the American College of Healthcare Executives and is coordinated by the AHA Resource Center in collaboration with the Health Research and Educational Trust. The mission of the Center is to chronicle the history of hospitals and healthcare administration, especially that of the United States. The Center has become the collector and caretaker of collections and resources that in sum are the history of hospitals and healthcare administration. 

The Center is located at 155 North Wacker Drive - Suite 400, Chicago, IL 60606. The Resource Center’s hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. central time, Monday through Friday.  Inquiries may be directed via telephone:  (312) 422-2050 or email at rc@aha.org

For a list of materials recommended for further reading on the past and continuing development of health administration in the U.S., click here.

     From the Center for Health Studies:  

The Workshop on Quantitative Research Methods in Education, Health, and Social Sciences serves as an important venue on the University of Chicago campus for building an intellectual community of colleagues who share methodological interests.    

Workshop participants meet biweekly to discuss working papers and brainstorm solutions to methodological problems encountered in ongoing research. Participants include faculty members, researchers, and students from the Social Sciences Division, Health Studies, Statistics, Public Policy, the National Opinion Research Center, the Consortium for Chicago School Research, and colleagues from the University of Illinois in Chicago.    

This workshop is sponsored by the Committee on Education, the Center for Health Statistics, the Division of Social Sciences, and the National Opinion Research Center. 

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Design and Analysis of Longitudinal Studies, Part 2 
  Robert D. Gibbons, PhD
  Psychiatric Annals, Vol. 39, Issue 7, pp. 690-691, July 2009.

 

Design and Analysis of Longitudinal Studies 
  Robert D. Gibbons, PhD
  Psychiatric Annals, Vol. 38, Issue 12, pp. 758-761, December 2008.

 

 

SSA and CHAS are happy to announce that we have continued our support and partnership with the Library and the Social Sciences Division in order to bring you access to the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR).  As a member of the UChicago community, you may access ICPSR from any computer on campus. Off-campus access is coming soon.

ICPSR is a repository of over 500,000 data sets that have been compiled by researchers in a broad range of disciplines. These data sets can be downloaded for analysis with major statistical packages, such as SPSS and SAS. Data sets range from broad topics like the U.S. Census to very specific topics, such as “Voting Results Under a Single-Transferable-Vote System in Malta, 1921-1996“, “The Evangelical Voter in the United States, 1983” or “Collective Memory in Lithuania, 1989

Access ICPSR here  If the link does not work, copy and paste this url in your browser: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/ICPSR/index.jsp

You will need to create an account so you may sign in to ICPSR.  There is no cost associated with the account.  After you establish your account and sign in, you will be able to find data sets, compare variables, and find publications as well as having access to other resources.