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Advanced Methods for Cost-Effectiveness Analysis: Meeting Decision Makers’ Requirements – York Summer Workshop in Health Economic Evaluation

University of York

22.06.2020 - 26.06.2020

 

The Hilton Hotel, York,
United Kingdom

Course Content

The 5-day 'Advanced' Workshop deals with advanced methods in cost-effectiveness analysis for pharmaceuticals and other health care technologies. It is structured around the analytical steps required to develop economic analyses to inform decision makers such as reimbursement agencies, hospital managers and formulary committees. It is focused particularly on the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) methods guidance for cost-effectiveness analysis.

Learning objectives, training objectives

To inform and promote understanding in key areas of quality of life assessment and health economic evaluation and, among other things, to learn how to:

-decide whether a particular evaluation is necessary

-choose a particular methodology

Target Audience

Those involved in initiating, undertaking, managing or interpreting economic evaluations or quality of life assessments of medicines, within pharmaceutical & medical device companies, clinical & health services research & health care decision-making

Typical postgraduate careers and job opportunities

Our workshops attract employees from industry organisations such as pharmaceutical and medical devices companies, as well as from the public sector: universities, governments and hospital employees from around the world.

Type of degree
Certificate of attendance
Languages
English
Fees

Course Fees: https://www.york.ac.uk/che/courses/york-summer-workshops/#tab-5

Registration: https://www.york.ac.uk/che/courses/york-summer-workshops/#tab-6

Early booking discount for commercial sector registrations received before 31 March 2020.

Enquiries and Registration

Vanessa King/ Kay Fountain

E-Mail: irss82@york.ac.uk

 
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