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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Apply: one day course​

Title: Designing Economic Evaluation Alongside Trials

When: 4 May 2015

Where: University of Melbourne

Duration: one day

The Health Economics Group, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health will be offering a new course Designing Economic Evaluation Alongside Trials to be held on the 4 May 2015 at Melbourne University.

The course will focus on key practical aspects required for planning, designing and conducting economic evaluation alongside clinical studies. A range of examples from different clinical areas and disciplines will be drawn upon. Specific information will be shared on choice of utility instruments and processes for collecting cost data. An overview of economic modelling and how economic evaluation can contribute to a research program will also be discussed. A combination of lectures and practical exercises will be used and the program will end with a workshop of selected case studies.

This course complements ​the​ more general Introduction to cost-effectiveness analysis in health course. While ​the​ introductory course focuses on an overview of economic evaluation, this course concentrates on what needs to be done at the study design stage to ensure an economic analysis can conducted alongside clinical studies including Randomised Control Trials.

Early bird rates (up until 6 ​April 2015) are $395 University/DHSS Employee/Public Sector and $550 Private sector.

For more information of this course visit http://mspgh.unimelb.edu.au/study/short-courses/designing-economic-evaluation-alongside-trials/overview

For further enquiries please contact health-economics@unimel.edu.au

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