The Alberta Health Economics Study Group (AHESG) aims to bring together Alberta based health economists for a day of lively discussion about current research and provides an opportunity for networking. The objective of AHESG meetings is to promote a study group atmosphere despite large numbers. All papers are pre-circulated and discussed in 45 minute-long sessions using discussants rather than author presentations. This session focused on the research of students and trainees and was a great opportunity to get feedback on early draft papers. The AHESG welcomes people from all backgrounds with an interest in Health Economics.
Addressing Health equity concerns in cost-effectiveness analysis?
Dr. Miqdad Asaria, Assistant Professorial Research Fellow, LSE Health, London School of Economics and Political Science.
Miqdad Asaria is an Assistant Professorial Research Fellow based at the LSE where he is currently pursuing a fellowship with the Health Foundation on hospital management in the NHS. Prior to this Miqdad has worked with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in India, the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York and the UK Department of Health.
Expanded Perspectives: Indigenous Context on Health Economics
Mr. Kienan Williams, Assistant Scientific Director, Population, Public and Indigenous Health Strategic Clinical Network™ (PPIH SCN™), Alberta Health Services
Kienan Williams (Status Indian) is a member of Sandy Lake First Nation, Ontario. Mr. Williams graduated with a Master’s in Public Health (University of Arizona) as well as Honours Bachelor of Science degree (University of Toronto, double majors in Biology and Health). He is currently the Assistant Scientific Director for Indigenous Health at Alberta Health Services. The position is in the Scientific Office of the Population, Public and Indigenous Health Strategic Clinical Network™, which aims to drive health system innovation.
Prior to working at Alberta Health Services, he has completed more than 80 contracts during his ten years’ experience in numerous disciplines including governance, lands and trust, comprehensive community planning, housing, health, mental health, public health, justice, education and early childhood development. Mr. Williams has experience with many First Nation and Indigenous communities or organizations in urban, rural and remote areas across Canada. His knowledge of Indigenous worldviews and their practical experience in First Nation and Indigenous communities has proved to be a valuable asset in the design and implementation of the many projects and studies in which he has participated. Respecting OCAP™ principles are a core value of working with the Indigenous population.
Date: November 5 - 6, 2018
Dinner: Monday, November 5
Venue: Centini's Restaurant and Lounge
Location: 160 8 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta
Seminar: Tuesday, November 6
Venue: University of Calgary Downtown Campus, (Nexen Space)
Location: 906 8th Avenue S.W., 5th Floor, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 1H9 (Map link)