This free 3-day intensive course, “Introduction to Applied Health Economic Modelling,” was presented by Drs. Chris McCabe, Jeff Round, Andrew Sutton, and the IHE health economics team. This course covered introductory applications of cost-effectiveness analysis for resource allocation decisions, sensitivity analysis, economic modelling for cost-effective analysis (Markov Models), and decision uncertainty (re: the cost of doing nothing).
NOAHE extended this invitation exclusively to graduate students. This course provided an opportunity to meet, network, and work closely with senior health economists, and presented an opportunity to both develop and demonstrate skills and technical knowledge/expertise.
Date: September 23 – 25, 2019
Time: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm MT, with a catered lunch from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Venue: Institute of Health Economics, 1200 – 10405 Jasper Avenue, T5J 3N4
NOAHE provided transportation for Calgary-based students. Registrants were responsible for their own accommodations during this course. A laptop was mandatory to attend this course, due to the interactive nature of the material that was taught.
A certificate of attendance was offered to all participants who completed this course.