Health Economics Workshop
- 13th December 2018
- Vaughan House, Manchester
This workshop aims to equip participants with the knowledge about how to decide for a specific type of economic evaluation and which types and sources of data you need. The workshop’s content will include:
- An introduction to health economics
- Insight into the different types of economic evaluations, including measuring their pros & cons
- How to measure outcomes and health related quality of life
- How to undertake an economic evaluation
- How to use Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) for an economic evaluation.
Developed by an experienced team member in conjunction with the Health eResearch Centre (HeRC) and Connected Health Cities (CHC) programme at The University of Manchester, the workshop will provide an engaging learning experience that will give you the possibility to learn fundamental principles and concepts of designing and running an economic evaluation and the important role of health data. The workshop will be led by Dr Alexander Labeit, a HeRC staff member, physician and economist.
The workshop is open to NHS and social care staff, technology companies, third sector staff, CHC/HeRC staff and other researchers.
For more information and to register to attend, click here.