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Meeting round-up: ISPOR Annual 2023

Author: Chris Sampson

Chris summarises his (not so) recent trip to Boston for the latest ISPOR Annual conference, with some commentary on digital health and open-source modelling.
Meeting round-up: ISPOR Annual 2023

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CHE short course: Statistical Methods in Economic Evaluation for HTA - Advanced

This three-day in-person advanced course, hosted at The Grand Hotel in York, focuses on the use of statistical methods for the analysis of individual patient-level cost, effects (e.g. survival and health-related quality of life) and other type of data used in cost-effectiveness analysis for HTA. It is intended for people who wish to learn how to apply (and interpret the …

CHE short course: Statistical Methods in Economic Evaluation for HTA - Advanced

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Research Fellow (Health Economics)

The Aberdeen Health Determinants Research Collaborative (AHDRC) project is recruiting a Research Fellow (Health Economics). The Health Economics Research Unit (HERU) at the University of Aberdeen are involved in the project which is funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) for five years and aims to address the wider drivers of population health and health inequalities of groups and areas within …

Health Economist for Associate Professor/Reader (Level D) position

The Clinical Hub for Interventional Research (CHOIR) at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, is seeking to appoint a health economist to lead a program of work undertaking economic evaluations within clinical trials in Australia and in resource-limited settings internationally. We are looking to appoint at the Associate Professor/Reader (Level D). Salary package: $154,217 - $163,808 per annum plus 17% …

Research Associate in Health Economic Modelling

The Health Economics and Decision Science section in the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are seeking to appoint a Research Associate in Health Economic Modelling. You will work alongside colleagues in the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group (SARG) on applied and methodological research projects relating to alcohol, including the public health impact of no- and low-alcohol drinks. In addition …

Research Associate in Health Economic Modelling
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