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Foundations of Economic Evaluation in Health Care - York Summer Workshop in Health Economic Evaluation

University of York / Centre for Health Economics - York Summer Workshops
17.06.2019 - 21.06.2019  The Grand Hotel, Station Rise, YO1 6GD York, United Kingdom
Application Deadline:June 7th 2019
Course Content
The 5-day 'Foundations' Workshop includes a comprehensive coverage of all key issues in the methods and practice of economic evaluation. It is designed for those, new to the field, wishing to appreciate and appraise studies done by others, or requiring a foundation for more advanced study. It includes discussion of the main design features of studies, such as costing methods, health state preference valuation, integrating economic analysis with clinical trials and modelling approaches.
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 public sector University, Government and Hospital employees from around the world.

Enquiries and Registration:

For online registration and the latest up-to-date fees please visit our website:
Ms. Vanessa King
Ms. Kay Fountain
Health Services, Health Systems, Public Health
Type of degree
Certificate of attendance
5 Days
On request
(Discounted fees are available for public/academic sector organisations worldwide, including PhD students (eg universities, hospitals, government agencies) Early booking fees are available for private/industry sector organisations until 29 March 2019)
Number of participants (max.)
Organizer contact info
CHE, University of York
United Kingdom
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