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Course in Evaluation of Medical Devices for Product Development and Health Technology Assessment

3-day course, 19-21 February 2019

The Principal York Hotel

The Department of Health Sciences - in partnership with the York Health Economics Consortium and the Centre for Health Economics - at the University of York is pleased to announce a course in Evaluation of Medical Devices for Product Development and Health Technology Assessment.

This three day course provides a comprehensive overview of key issues associated with medical devices clinical and economic evaluation and the creative alternative methods available to evaluate these health technologies robustly. It is suitable for medical device developers, manufacturers, regulators, healthcare practitioners, analysts, consultants, and health technology assessors interested in optimising the evidence generation processes aimed at informing key decisions they are faced with from early stages of development through to HTA. In addition to presentations, tutored practical group exercises will provide an opportunity to reflect, discuss, interact and learn by doing.

For more information visit york.ac.uk/evaluation-medical-devices

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