Introduction to Health Technology Assessment - Second 4-Day Certified Course

UMIT - University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology / Institute of Public Health, Medical Decision Making and Health Technology Assessment
17.02.2010 - 20.02.2010  UMIT - University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology, Hall i.T., Austria
This introductory course covers the key elements and methods of HTA and DS and combines lectures, discussions, case study group work, and hands-on computer lab sessions. Case examples of the course include technologies from different areas such as pharmaceuticals, devices, public health & prevention strategies, management programs and health information systems.
Lernziele, Trainingsziele
HTA key principles and practice; methods in biostatistics, clinical epidemilogy and EbM; patient-relevant outcome measures; critical study appraisal; systematic reviews & meta-analysis; economic evaluation and pricing; decision-analytic modelling
health care & health policy organisations, national HTA agencies; pharmaceutical & medical device industry; academia and research institutions; health insurances/sickness funds; consultancy organizations
None. Course language is English.
Course certificates will be provided to all participants.
Detailed registration fees:
Course fee (academic/public): Euro 1950,- (before 30 Nov 2009: Euro 1550,-). Course fee (commercial): Euro 2950,- (before 30 Nov 2009: Euro 2350,-).

Anfragen und Anmeldung:

Herr Univ.-Prof. Dr. Uwe Siebert
Public Health, Wissenschaftlich fundierte Medizin
EUR 2.950,00
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