HILDA Survey User Virtual Colloquium: Celebrating 21 years (online)

Online

The HILDA Survey User Virtual Colloquium: Celebrating 21 years, will be held from 9th August to 6th September (part-day sessions every Monday at 11am for five consecutive weeks). The goal is to provide new and experienced researchers with a forum to present findings from recent research using HILDA Survey data, to obtain comments and feedback [...]

AHES Speed Mentoring Workshop

Online

The AHES Mentoring Committee is holding the annual AHES Speed Mentoring Workshop for students, Early Career Researchers/Academics (ECR/ECAs) and Mid-Career Researchers (MCRs) working in health economics in Australia through an online forum. This workshop will include the following sessions: Prof Rosalie Viney on "Advice on international and national networking, and NHMRC/ARC grants: How has COVID-19 [...]

10th Australian Health Economics Doctoral Workshop

Online

The Australian Health Economics Society (AHES) is pleased to announce that the Australian Health Economics Doctoral (AHED) Workshop will be once again held in conjunction with the AHES Conference as a virtual event. The aim of the workshop is to gather PhD students in health economics for an exchange of knowledge with some of the [...]

42nd Annual AHES Conference

Online

The 42nd Annual AHES Conference will be held as a virtual event on the 21st to the 22nd September 2021. For further details please visit the AHES website which will be updated periodically.

Introduction to cost-effectiveness analysis in health (in-person)

University of Melbourne 220 Leicester Street, Melbourne, Victoria

A one-day introductory course (in-person) which provides participants with a better understanding of health priority setting and the application of cost-effectiveness analysis. This introductory course has no assumed knowledge.  It will include the following modules: Introduction to Health Economics;  Cost measurement; Outcome measurement; Interpretation of economic evaluation results for policy. $ 550 –Early Bird, $ [...]

$550 – $660

Practical Methods for Health Economic Evaluation (in-person)

University of Melbourne 220 Leicester Street, Melbourne, Victoria

A three-day intensive computer-based course in methods for health economic evaluation. The course covers study design principles, techniques for analysing costs and outcomes and an introduction to decision models. It will include the following modules: Study design principles; Techniques for analysing costs; Techniques for analysing outcomes; Introduction to decision models; and Markov modelling and applications. [...]

$2200 – $2640

Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand (HSRAANZ) 12th Health Services Research Conference

The University of Sydney

The purpose of the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand (HSRAANZ) is to facilitate communication across researchers, and between researchers, policymakers and health service providers, to promote education and training in health services research, and to ensure sustainable capacity in health services research in Australia and New Zealand. The Conference will be [...]

11th Australasian Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics

Sydney

11th Australasian Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics Q-Station, Manly, Sydney 20-22 April 2022 You invited to register your interest or submit a paper to attend our next workshop. This workshop provides a forum for the development and dissemination of applications of econometrics and other quantitative approaches in health economics. The program consists of up [...]

ICMC2022: 7th International Choice Modelling Conference (ICMC)

Reykjavik, Iceland

The International Choice Modelling Conference (ICMC) brings together leading researchers and practitioners from across the world and across different areas of study, including but not limited to transport studies, marketing decision making, environmental valuation, and health economics. The aim of the conference is to review recent advances in knowledge and understanding in methodology as well as real [...]

Identifying an Appropriate Research Question

Online

Identifying an Appropriate Research Question 9AM EDT/ 8AM CDT/ 2PM BST/ 9PM HKT/ 11PM AEST This webinar explores how to identify an appropriate research question. Choosing a research question can depend on topic, location, intended audience (universities, government, funders, industry), and whether the research question is for a PhD, or for a grant. Our three [...]

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