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Carer and family spillovers in economic evaluation: A training workshop at the University of Birmingham
 
We are pleased to announce a free one-day workshop on methods for valuing carer and family costs/effects within economic evaluation on Thursday September 19th. The relevance of carer spillovers for economic evaluation is now highlighted by NICE and the US Panel guidelines, but practice is lagging behind policy. This workshop will be of interest to health economists evaluating interventions with potential benefits/costs beyond the patient. Please see the attached flyer for more details. If you would like to register for a place, or have any questions please contact me ([log in para visualizar]).

Workshop overview
It is increasingly recognised that costs and outcomes falling on carers and others close to the
patient should be considered in economic evaluation. This workshop will cover a range of
techniques that have been developed and applied over the last 20 years. The day will comprise
lectures and practical sessions, and an opportunity for participants to discuss their research
challenges with the workshop leaders.

Workshop leaders:
Hareth Al-Janabi, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics, University of Birmingham
Werner Brouwer, Professor of Health Economics, Erasmus University, Rotterdam

Time and location: September 19th 2019, University of Birmingham

Funding: NIHR career development fellowship “Techniques to include carer quality of life in
economic evaluation”

Workshop content
Morning session
 Perspectives and theory
 Measuring and valuing outcomes
 Costing informal care
 Questionnaires and instruments

Afternoon session
 Presenting the economic evaluation
 Contexts (e.g. HTA, public health, social care) and research challenges
 Practical exercise
 Research clinic

Please contact Hareth Al-Janabi ([log in para visualizar]) to register and/or ask any questions
about the workshop.

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