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Statistical Methods in Economic Evaluation for HTA - Regression Methods

University of York / Centre for Health Economics
Course Content
Intended for people currently undertaking health economic evaluations within the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, consultancy, academia or the health service who wish to learn how to use regression methods to analyse individual patient-level cost, effect and cost-effectiveness data. The course includes a mixture of taught modules and practical exercises.
Learning objectives, training objectives
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
apply a range of regression methods suitable for health economic evaluation, report & present the output from such analyses to policy makers,
have experience in applying regression methods.
Exercises will be based on Stata and some prior experience of this software would be an advantage. 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 within the University of York campus and each participant will have access to a PC with Stata®.

Enquiries and Registration:

Please register via the website:
Ms. Administrator Linda Baillie
Clinical Research
Type of degree
Certificate of completion
On request
(Private/Commercial Rate £1800.00 Public/Academic Rate £1150.00 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. )
Number of participants (max.)
Organizer contact info
Alcuin A Block, Heslington
YO10 5DD York
United Kingdom
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