A one-day course providing an overview of economic evaluation alongside randomised controlled trials and other studies, with a particular focus on the design and practical aspects. A combination of lectures and practical exercises will be used and the program will end with a workshop of selected case studies. The course is designed for researchers undertaking trials, investigators, managers and others involved in clinical studies. Tuesday 3 September 2019, Parkville Campus. http://go.unimelb.edu.au/67daFind out more »
Outcomes of the most recent NHMRC Investigator Grant round will be discussed at an open meeting with NHMRC CEO, Professor Anne Kelso AO FAA FAHMS.Find out more »
A three-day advanced course in methods for health economic evaluation. The course covers study design principles, techniques for analysing costs and outcomes, introduction to decision models, Markov modelling and its applications. Each module is re-enforced by exercises in STATA and TreeAge Pro. Participants should be familiar with basic statistics. It is designed for those engaged in undertaking cost-effectiveness analysis and resource allocation decision-making. Wednesday 4 - Friday 6 September 2019, Parkville Campus. http://go.unimelb.edu.au/be3aFind out more »
It is usually neither practical nor ethical to conduct large-scale experiments in public policy with standard methodologies. One alternative for the ex-ante testing of policy options is to use simulation, a prime contemporary example being climate change projections. A tool – SociaLab – was developed for the counterfactual modelling of public policy drawing on longitudinal data from the New Zealand census and using microsimulation techniques.
SociaLab potentially provides an open-source tool for deliberative inquiry in policy development. It has now been fully written up in Simulating Societal Change, co-authored with Roy Lay-Yee, and published by Springer in the series Computational Social Sciences.
Registration Deadline is August 1, 2019 AIMS OF THE SHORT COURSE Introduction to the theoretical basis for, and development and application of discrete choice experiments (DCEs) in health economics. Hands on experience of the design of DCEs, questionnaire development, data input, analysis and interpretation. An update on methodological issues raised in the application of DCEs. Finite public resources coupled with an increasing demand for health care means that decisions must be made about how to most efficientlyFind out more »
The Australian College of Health Service Management SA (ACHSM SA) invites you to attend the Annual SA Conference 2019, The World of Governance in a Disruptive Future. High calibre speakers that will share their experiences in the current changing health care world. What they all share is a passion to improve health through new initiatives.Find out more »
The Global Emergency Care Conference is an exciting annual event open to all healthcare professionals with a passion for the development of global emergency care, particularly in resource-limited settings. The Conference brings together all types of emergency care providers (doctors, nurses, paramedics, researchers, teachers, administrators etc.) to hear of the incredible experiences, up-to-date evidence and recommendations of experts in global emergency care. The themes for the 8th Annual Alfred Global Emergency Care Conference (GECC*) are education and research: the buildingFind out more »
PCHSS Health System Simulation Nearly 30% of healthcare treatment provides little or no benefit to the patient.This type of healthcare waste impacts the sustainability of our health system. Join the NHMRC Partnership Centre for Health System Sustainability’s experts on health system sustainability and healthcare waste as well as policy makers, health professionals and health consumers as we address the complex issue of low-value care and its impact on the future of Australia's health system. Central to the event, will beFind out more »
The JBI Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Program (CSRTP) enables participants to learn how to conduct robust systematic reviews of different evidence types in order to provide the strongest possible evidence to inform decision making or clinical guidelines in healthcare.Find out more »
It is a great delight and prestige to extend to you a warm invitation to attend the 5th World Congress on Cancer and Diagnostics, to be held November 18 – 19, 2019 in Rome, Italy. We cordially welcome all the prominent researchers, students and delegates to take part in this forthcoming conference to witness precious scientific discussions and contribute to the future reformation in the field of Cancer. World Cancer -2019 will be sorted out around the theme “Enlightening The Advancements And Exploring The New Horizons InFind out more »