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Thu, 7 Dec 2017 19:10:28 +0100
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Second Ireland Masterclass in Health Economics

Building on the success of the inaugural Ireland Masterclass in Health Economics held in Galway in 2016, Queens University Belfast will host the second Ireland Masterclass in Health Economics between April 3rd and April 6th 2018.  It is organized by Professors Ciaran O’Neill, John Cawley, and John Mullahy.

The faculty contributing to the class include internationally recognised scholars who have provided advice to government and industry in the US, UK and Ireland, as well as pioneered the use and teaching of economics to address issues in health and health care. The faculty include: 

Professor Cathy Bradley (University of Colorado)
Professor John Cawley (Cornell University)
Professor Joe Doyle (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Professor Ted Joyce (City University of New York)
Professor Emma McIntosh (University of Glasgow)
Professor Ellen Meara (Dartmouth College)
Professor John Mullahy (University of Wisconsin–Madison)
Professor Ciaran O'Neill (Queen's University Belfast)
Professor Andrew Street (London School of Economics)
The class is targeted at early career health economics researchers including faculty, post-doctoral fellows and post-graduates from around the world.  Delegates will be exposed to the latest research in lectures, laboratories and smaller informal discussion sessions and given hands-on experience in the use of data in laboratory sessions. They will also have the opportunity to meet and discuss publication strategies with editors of leading academic journals, and with policy advisers on ensuring the effective translation of research into policy design and practice.

The event is run on a strictly non-profit basis. Generous support from sponsors (AbbVie Limited, GSK, Novartis, Pfizer and Roche) allows us to cap delegate fees at £300 for the week - £200 for those registering before December 31st. Fees cover all classes as well lunches, tea/coffee during breaks and a dinner to be held during the week.  

Spaces will be strictly limited. For further details please contact:
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