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Statistical Methods in Economic Evaluation for HTA - Foundations

University of York / Centre for Health Economics
Course Content
A 2-day Foundations course for those wishing to develop an introductory understanding of the fundamental statistical concepts used in economic evaluation for Health Technology Assessment (HTA). The course includes a mixture of taught modules & practical exercises, where participants will learn relevant statistical concepts & their estimation using the statistical software package Stata®. Although Stata® will be used to demonstrate statistical, no prior knowledge of Stata® will be required.
Qualifications
Although Stata® will be used as a vehicle to demonstrate a variety of statistical concepts in HTA, no prior knowledge of Stata® will be required.
Notes
The course includes a mixture of presentations from members of the Faculty, together with computer-based exercises using Stata®. The course will take place in a computer laboratory.
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Please register via the website: http://www.york.ac.uk/che/courses/statistical-methods/#tab-46423-1
Ms. Administrator Linda Baillie
 
Categories
Clinical Research
Type of degree
Certificate of completion
Duration
2 Days
Languages
English
Fees
On request
(Private/Commercial Rate: £1200.00 Public/Academic Rate £760.00 VAT is not payable. Transferring between courses is not possible. Fees are fully inclusive of tuition, lunch, Course dinner, Course materials, do not include accommodation. )
Organizer contact info
Alcuin A Block, Heslington
YO10 5DD York
United Kingdom
 
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