The Australian Health Economics Society (AHES) looks forward to welcoming you to the 42nd Annual AHES conference on 21st to the 22nd September 2021, which will go ahead as a virtual event.
AHES is excited to welcome three keynote speakers for this year's conference:
Abstracts are invited for:
- Oral presentations
- Organised sessions (90 minutes per session, consisting of 3 to 4 papers with or without a discussant)
Abstracts should be submitted via the main abstract submission system and following the relevant guidelines for submission for the main conference (by the Sunday 20th June 2021).
In conjunction with the Conference, the 10th Australian Health Economics Workshop will be held online on the Monday 20th September 2021. All abstracts submitted by PhD students to the main AHES conference will be automatically considered for the AHED workshop.
Registration will open 1 July 2021 via our conference registration website. Conference registration fee includes access to both conference days.
Members: $50 (Early Bird) or $75 (Standard)
Non-members: $100 (Early Bird) or $125 (Standard)
Early bird registration closes on the 31st July 2021. Presenters are required to register before the Early Bird deadline. Non-members fee includes a 1-year AHES membership. Please note that group registration is not possible. All registration fees are in Australian Dollars and include GST.
Save time by paying your AHES membership fee when you register for the conference
If you haven’t paid your membership fee for AHES this year, you can pay your membership fee at the same time as you register for the conference. Simply select the option “AHES Membership and Conference Combined” to pay your AHES membership fee and receive the discounted conference rate straight away. If you are not intending to pay your AHES membership through the website, please notify us well in advance of registering for the conference to ensure you are able to receive the special conference rate for members.
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