Free Webinar: Measuring The Unmeasurable: DCEs To Value Health For Cost-Utility Analysis
The International Health Economics Association (IHEA) is pleased to invite you to this webinar.
Valuing health for use in economic evaluation is key to most national and international decision makers. Discrete choice experiments have become widely used in the area, but a range of methodological and practical issues remain. This webinar will explore the method, how it can help value health, and identify future research directions.
Speaker: Associate Professor Richard Norman (Curtin University)
Richard is a Health Economist with ongoing interest in the economic evaluation of healthcare, the measurement and valuation of quality of life, discrete choice experiments and econometric analysis of large panel datasets. He is a Chief Investigator on projects currently funded by the NHMRC and the ARC. He is an associate editor of Value in Health, and is a permanent member of the Economics Sub-Committee of the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC).
Time: 5-6 pm (AEST), 7th September
For more information and RSVP: https://healtheconomics.
Questions?: Please email A/Prof Jason Ong - Jason.Ong@monash.edu