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AHES Conference 2018 – Hobart

September 25 - September 26

Call for Papers is open for 2018 AHES Conference and AHED Workshop

The Australian Health Economics Society (AHES) looks forward to welcoming you to Hobart for the 40th Annual AHES conference, on the Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th September, 2018.
Please visit the AHES  website for more details.

Abstracts are now invited for the AHES Conference: 

  1. Oral presentations (20 minutes+ 5 min question time)
  2. Organised sessions (100 minutes, consisting three to four papers and a discussant)

All Submissions are to be made online by the deadline of: Sunday 3rd June 2018. Guidelines for abstracts can be found on our website.

Student Travel Scholarship 
AHES is also offering the AHES travel scholarship (see eligibility) this year. Eligible applicants must submit a full paper (maximum 8,000 words, in pdf format) and statement of support from their supervisor together with your abstract by the deadline. More guidance is provided on our website.

AHED Workshop 

The 6th Annual Australian Health Economics Doctoral Workshop will be held on the Monday 24th September 2018 the day before the conference at the Hobart Function and Conference Centre, Elisabeth Street Pier.

Six research abstracts on any topic in health economics will be competitively selected for inclusion in the program. In addition, for the first time the six papers selected for AHED will be presented in a special session at the main AHES conference. The AHED Workshop Prize for Best Presenter will also be awarded to one of the students for excellence in their oral presentation. The workshop is an excellent opportunity to meet other students and health economists before the main conference.

Abstracts should be submitted via the Conference Maker website and following the relevant guidelines for submission to the main conference (by the submission date Sunday 3rd June 2018).

Details

Start:
September 25
End:
September 26
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Venue

Hobart Function and Conference Centre
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