Pre-Conference Training Workshops
University of Washington training on Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
This intensive 1-day workshop aims to prepare those with some experience in cost-effectiveness and health economics to conduct modelled health economic evaluations using extended cost-effectiveness analysis (ECEA) methodologies. Beyond providing researchers with the tools to measure equity and financial risk protection as part of their evaluations, the workshop will lay the groundwork for the formation of collaborative research teams between participants and the facilitators that will prepare policy-relevant ECEA analyses in the coming months and years.
Download the presentation and registration form for the DCP3 workshop
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) international training on the principle of economic evaluation
This 1-day training event will introduce some fundamental principles that should be followed in the planning, conduct and reporting of an economic evaluation to enable it to usefully inform decision making in health. This is an introductory course run by NICE International and partners and is open to both researchers and policy makers who have an interest in health technology assessment and its link to priority setting.
Download the presentation and registration form for the NICE workshop
Télécharger la présentation et le formulaire d'inscription de la formation du NICE en français
World Health Organization training on the OneHealth Tool
This 1-day event will entail an interactive review of OneHealth Tool, examples of country applications of the tool, and application of the tool to inform global fund proposals under the new funding model.
The organization of these events is at an advanced stage and we expect to have all the publicity information (including the application process, selection criteria and cost implications) out very soon. The organizers have different conditions and terms for participants who want to attend the events.