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Statistical Methods in Economic Evaluation for Health Technology Assessment

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•	2-day Foundations course: 18 & 19 March 2019
•	3-day Advanced course: 20 - 22 March 2019 

These courses are designed for people undertaking, reviewing or commissioning analyses of individual patient level health economics and outcomes research data.

The Advanced course is intended for those who wish to learn how to use more advanced statistical methods to analyse individual patient-level cost-effectiveness information (e.g. costs, health-related quality of life and survival data) to inform HTA considerations.  Exercises will be based on Stata® statistical software so some prior experience of using Stata® would be an advantage.  

The courses will take place in a computer lab within the University of York campus and each participant will have access to a PC with the necessary files and Stata®. Teaching involves a mix of lecture and practical exercises using the statistical software package Stata®.
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Decision Analytic Modelling For Economic Evaluation
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•	2-day Foundations course: 8 & 9 April 2019
•	3-day Advanced course: 10 - 12 April 2019

These courses are designed for people undertaking economic evaluations to estimate the costs, outcomes and cost-effectiveness of interventions and programmes in health care and public health.

You will develop your ability to build, interpret and appraise decision models through lectures and computer-based practicals using the software package Excel

More information: https://www.york.ac.uk/che/courses/statistical-methods/

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