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HERG-Brunel Short Course on Economic Evaluation in Healthcare, 6-8 Nov 2019, West London (led by Professor Doug Coyle)
 
Watch Professor Doug Coyle talking about the course in this video! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBkX4evk7Uk

Three day course run by Health Economics Research Group (HERG) in Brunel University London, Uxbridge. This three day course provides an in-depth introduction to methods, techniques and use of economic evaluation in health care for those with no, or little, previous training in health economics. It draws on the extensive experience of the HERG members and the teaching combines formal presentations, group work on case studies and opportunities for one-to-one discussions with the faculty. Early booking is advised and rewarded! 
 
If you would like to attend the course please download the registration form and send it back to HERG Admin by email to [log in para visualizar]  
 
Who should attend the short course? 
Although the course focuses on the UK situation and the requirements of NICE, it has proved relevant and accessible to non-UK participants. Participants on the course require no prior training in health economics. The course covers material of an introductory and intermediate level and provides the foundation for, and references to, more advanced materials and techniques. Potential participants who have previous training, or substantial experience, in this area are advised to contact HERG prior to registering, to discuss the appropriateness of the course content to their ongoing needs.
 
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HERG-Brunel Advanced Course on Modelling for the Economic Evaluation of Healthcare, 11-12 Nov 2019, West London (led by Professor Doug Coyle)
 
Two day course run by Health Economics Research Group (HERG) in Brunel University London, Uxbridge. This two day course builds on the three day introductory short course by providing both an in-depth understanding of the key components of economic models and practical training in how to design models within Excel, incorporating uncertainty and heterogeneity. It draws on the extensive experience of the Health Economics Research Group and the teaching combines formal presentations with practical sessions in model building using Microsoft Excel. Early booking is advised and rewarded!
 
If you would like to attend the course please download the registration form and send it back to HERG Admin by email to [log in para visualizar]

 HERG-Brunel Short Course on Economic Evaluation in Healthcare, 6-8 Nov 2019, West London (led by Professor Doug Coyle)
 
Watch Professor Doug Coyle talking about the course in this video! 
 
Three day course run by Health Economics Research Group (HERG) in Brunel University London, Uxbridge. This three day course provides an in-depth introduction to methods, techniques and use of economic evaluation in health care for those with no, or little, previous training in health economics. It draws on the extensive experience of the HERG members and the teaching combines formal presentations, group work on case studies and opportunities for one-to-one discussions with the faculty. Early booking is advised and rewarded! 
 
If you would like to attend the course please download the registration form and send it back to HERG Admin by email to [log in para visualizar]  
 
Who should attend the short course? 
Although the course focuses on the UK situation and the requirements of NICE, it has proved relevant and accessible to non-UK participants. Participants on the course require no prior training in health economics. The course covers material of an introductory and intermediate level and provides the foundation for, and references to, more advanced materials and techniques. Potential participants who have previous training, or substantial experience, in this area are advised to contact HERG prior to registering, to discuss the appropriateness of the course content to their ongoing needs.
 
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HERG-Brunel Advanced Course on Modelling for the Economic Evaluation of Healthcare, 11-12 Nov 2019, West London (led by Professor Doug Coyle)
 
Two day course run by Health Economics Research Group (HERG) in Brunel University London, Uxbridge. This two day course builds on the three day introductory short course by providing both an in-depth understanding of the key components of economic models and practical training in how to design models within Excel, incorporating uncertainty and heterogeneity. It draws on the extensive experience of the Health Economics Research Group and the teaching combines formal presentations with practical sessions in model building using Microsoft Excel. Early booking is advised and rewarded!
 
If you would like to attend the course please download the registration form and send it back to HERG Admin by email to [log in para visualizar]
 
https://www.brunel.ac.uk/research/Institutes/Institute-of-Environment-Health-and-Societies/docs/HERG-Adv-Short-Course-2-11-12th-Nov-2019-bookingform-.pdf

Who should attend the advanced course?
As this course focusses on the technical methods of conducting modelling for economic evaluation modelling, it will be relevant to both UK and non-UK participants. It is expected participants have taken either the introductory three day course offered by HERG or have similar previous training and expertise. The course covers material of an intermediate and advanced level and provides the foundation for participants to be able to critique models presented to them and to become increasingly involved in the development of new models. Potential participants who have previous training in this area, but are unclear if it is sufficient for this course, are advised to contact HERG prior to registering, to discuss the appropriateness of the course content to their ongoing needs.

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