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Health Economics Workshop with Antonieta Medina-Lara


Baring Court 202 - St Lukes Campus - University of Exeter
31st May 2017
9.45 am - 1.30pm
Category: Seminar

Health Economics Workshop -

In this one day workshop, participants will be introduced to key principles and concepts of health economics and economic evaluation.

Intended for those unfamiliar with the health economics field, the workshop will provide a critical perspective on a pragmatic analytical framework for understanding economic evaluation studies.

The workshop will cover topics such as:

(1) health state preference valuation and how to estimate Quality Adjusted Life years (QAYLs).

(2)the methodology for identifying, measuring and valuing resources consumed by users of health care interventions and services.

Finally, participants will be given the necessary tools to critically appraise economic evaluation research papers.

9.45am Arrival refreshments

10am Start

1.30pm Finish

Booking is now closed - if you wish to be put on to the waiting list email -


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