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Decision Analytic Modelling for Economic Evaluation - Advanced Course

University of York / Centre for Health Economics
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10.04.2019 - 12.04.2019  York, United Kingdom
 
Course Content
A three-day course focusing on Advanced Modelling Methods for Economic Evaluation. This course is a collaboration between the University of Glasgow and the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York.
The course is aimed at health economists and those health professionals with experience of health economics who wish to learn about recent methodological developments in cost-effectiveness analysis. It is designed for participants who are familiar with basic decision modelling.
Learning objectives, training objectives
The course with be based in a computer laboratory with each participant being given access to a computer with Microsoft Excel installed. Each module will involve computer work on exercises which will be built up over the three days.
Qualifications
Participants would be expected to have attended a general advanced course in economic evaluation. A familiarity with Microsoft Excel is essential.
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Please register via the website and a response will be sent within 5 days.
Ms. Administrator Linda Baillie
 
Categories
Evidence-Based Health Care, Public Health Research
Type of degree
Certificate of completion
Duration
3 Days
Languages
English
Fees
On request
Number of participants (max.)
60
Organizer contact info
Alcuin A Block, Heslington
YO10 5DD York
United Kingdom
 
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