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Uni. of Glasgow: Sept-Dec Online Courses

*Enrolment is now open for the Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) research group's term one online CPD courses at the University of Glasgow. Learn at your own pace, supported by our expert faculty. Discounts available for academic/public-sector institutions, groups and participants from LMICs*

•	Outcome Measurement and Valuation for HTA (20th September - 22nd October 2021)
Aim: To equip students with the necessary statistical skills so they can analyse and interpret survival data that are commonly used in health economic analyses within health technology assessments.
•	HTA: Policy and Principles (20th September - 26th November 2021)
Aim: To provide students with a critical awareness of the broader policy context into which health technology assessment is located as well as a critical understanding of the theoretical underpinnings, principles, and techniques of health technology assessment.
•	Qualitative Research Methods for HTA (1st November - 3rd December 2021)
Aim: To expose students to the application of qualitative methods in conceptual modelling, informing trial design, contexts and measures, and how it can be used to maximise the impact. The course will provide students with an opportunity to collect and analyse some qualitative data.
 
Spaces are also remaining on our live online course Maximising the Value of Clinical Trial Data: [Advanced] Analysis for Economic Evaluation & Modelling which will be held across 8 live sessions in November. 

To find out more about our courses or to book, please visit our website: https://bit.ly/3y9sOLe

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