This 5 day course is designed to equip individuals, who have a basic
understanding of cost effectiveness analysis, with the skills required
to build 2 types of decision analytic cost effectiveness models;
decision trees and Markov models.
With Dr Peter Hall, Prof Claire Hulme, Prof Christopher McCabe and Dr
Designed and delivered by internationally recognised experts in cost
effectiveness analyses, the course will combine focused pedagogic
sessions with practical exercises to provide participants with hands-on
experience of building the most commonly used types of cost
effectiveness models, undertaking deterministic and probabilistic
sensitivity analyses, Value of Information Analyses and producing a
range of outputs to meet the requirements of reimbursement authorities
in the Europe, North America and Australasia. The course is suitable for
postgraduate students, health professionals, analysts and post-doctoral
researchers working in academia, public health systems, pharmaceutical
and device manufacturers, as well as commercial research organizations.
Teaching assistants and additional tutors will be present to support
participants in the applied exercise sessions. Course participants will
be provided with a course handbook and certificate of completion. In
addition, participants will be provided with MS Excel macros for
implementing many of the techniques taught in the course.
More information at: https://www.crts.org.uk and
Dr Linda Williams, Statistician & Trial Manager
Centre for Population Health Sciences, University of Edinburgh Medical
School, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG.
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