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The international health economics discussion list.

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Welcome to healthecon-discuss. Healthecon-discuss is the general health economics discussion list. Membership is open to all health economists (and all those interested in health economics) worldwide. It is also the recommended discussion list for members of iHEA. The purpose of healthecon-discuss is to give a (previously unavailable) forum for general discussion on health economics matters. The list is international in membership and discussion reflects this. Please remember discussions and announcements are for strictly health economics issues, not general health or other matters. Please feel free to contribute to the list and any discussions that ensue. The list is owned by Bruce Hollingsworth (email: healthecon-discuss-request@jiscmail.ac.uk) The healthecon-discuss WWW site is at: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/healthecon-discuss.html NOTE: In order to access any files on the website you first need to register with Jiscmail, using the instructions given below. Members of this list are automatically members of the health economics "Superlist", healthecon-all. A message sent here is distributed to all members of the three health economics jiscmail lists - healthecon-discuss, HESG, and health-econometrics (the "sub-lists"). Each sub-list member receives only one copy of the message, no matter how many of the sub-lists they are members of. The superlist is to be used for announcements about health economics conferences, jobs etc. i.e. not discussion matters. Although the superlist has its own jiscmail www page (for archiving messages) it cannot be joined directly. A further list health economists may be interested in joining is dea-health concerned with non-parametric analysis (http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/dea-health.html). USING THE HEALTHECON-DISCUSS LIST To have full access to Jiscmail facilities it is a good idea early on to register with Jiscmail. You need to do this to be able to access the website and to send messages to the list. To do this you need to do the following: 1. Go to the website for the: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/healthecon-discuss.html 2. Click on the "Post to the JISCmail list" line. You will be faced with a "Login required" screen 3. Click on the "get a new LISTSERV password first" line and follow the instructions. 4. After your email address and password have been registered (which is confirmed by jiscmail via email, and should not take more than a few minutes), you will then be able to fully access the website and send messages to the list. For those unfamiliar with using Jiscmail,it is best to obtain a copy of the Jiscmail User Guide. You can obtain the user guide by doing the following: 1. Go to the Jiscmail website homepage at: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk 2. Click on "Documentation" 3. Click on "Complete user guide" Here are some basic commands that you might use regularly. For a more detailed description of Jiscmail commands refer to the user guide. There are two main email addresses which are used. The first is for all Jiscmail administrative commands, such as joining and leaving the list, suspending mail, retrieving files etc. These should be sent to the address jiscmail@jiscmail.ac.uk The second is for contributions to the list. Simply send an email message to healthecon-discuss@jiscmail.ac.uk This will then be sent to all members of the list. (Note that in order to send a message to the list you first need to register with Jiscmail, using the instructions given above). You can reply to list messages in two ways; to the whole list or just to the person who sent the message to which you are replying. The default "Reply-to" field is the originator of the message; you can override this, but think carefully before doing so. _________________________________


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