|6 – 8 December, 2017|
|9.00am – 5.30pm|
|Health Economic Modelling flyer + program|
The 3 day workshop
- Economic evaluation and the policy context
Model-based economic evaluation (Decision trees and Cohort Markov models)
- Developing a conceptual model structure and selecting the appropriate modelling technique
- Evaluating deceives and diagnostics, including co-dependents
- Extrapolation of survival data: current evidence on best practice
Half Day Health Policy Forum
Is there a detailed course guideline that we could look at?
We only have the topics and the time allocated to each topic (half a day for each of the three advanced topics, 1 day for the introductory sessions and half a day for the policy forum). The introductory sessions will lead into the advanced sessions, for example, we’ll use advanced cancer as our case study for introducing Markov model (looking at state transition models and partitioned survival models) and we’ll use co-dependents as our case study for decision trees.
Could the introductory and advanced topics be registered for separately? We have staff with different skill levels who might benefit from attending one and not the other.
We did discuss this option but decided against it as the introductory sessions will lead into the advanced sessions (as described above).
What are the due dates for registration? Is there a ceiling for the number of participants? Are there any bulk registration/early bird offers on the registration fee?
We have a limit of 40 participants and so registrations are open until we hit that limit. Given the limit we have decided not offer discounts at this stage.
Pricing and Registration
Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation,
University of Technology, Sydney
Building 5, Block D, Level 2
1 – 59 Quay Street
Haymarket, Sydney, NSW 2000