A one day course which provides an overview of how epidemiological and economic tools can be used to inform policy-making from a national and global perspective, how to rank interventions by health gain and/or costs and cost-effectiveness and gain an understanding of key methodological and policy considerations. There are no formal prerequisites. It will include the following modules: Overview of key epidemiological methods; Health economics and economic evaluation methods; Case study of bringing epidemiology and health economics together; Determining health gains, costs and cost effectiveness of preventive interventions; League Tables; Key methodological and policy considerations.
Short Course : Evaluating Public Health Interventions using Economic and Epidemiologic MethodsC T2023-02-12T05:22:25-05:00
Evidence Matters is a virtual one-day summit that brings the literature review community together from different industries to learn, engage, and solve ever-pressing evidence-based research challenges.
Join experts from PHAR, Novartis, and Bausch Health for a discussion around the Delphi panels and how the results are used.
Experts will present opportunities for using agile platforms and fit-for-purpose engagement models that can drive an iterative approach to obtaining payer insights and developing impactful evidence generation strategies.