Health Economics and Technology Assessment Rounds V

The NOAHE Health Economics and Technology Assessment Rounds are presented by the Institute of Health Economics, the University of Calgary Health Economics Group and HTA Unit, and the University of Alberta Health Economics Unit. Their aim is to advance health economics research and support evidence-based health policy, to improve the health outcomes of Canadians.

Round Objectives

  • To present research on topics of relevance to Health Economists, trainees, and policy makers across Alberta.
  • To bring experts in Health Economics to Alberta to present on cutting edge research.
  • To encourage collaboration and discourse between Alberta health economists, and with policy makers.

Please note that the views expressed in this series and other deliverables associated with NOAHE are not necessarily representative of any particular organization involved.

 

Upcoming Session Information

*Individual session information will be updated as available*

Dec 15, 2021 - Financial Incentives and Variation in Cardiac Imaging Following Initial Specialist Consultation for Chronic Heart Disease, presented by Dr Amity Quinn, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Calgary Click here to register!

Jan 19, 2022 - Value Based Decision Making – Panacea or Déjà Vu? Hardwiring Evidence and Implementation Science in Allocative Decision Making in AHS, presented by Anderson (Andy) Chuck, PhD, Chief Health Economist, Alberta Health Services  Click here to register!

Feb 16, 2022 - Dr. Hadley Stevens Smith, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine Click here to register!

Mar 16, 2022Click here to register!

Apr 20, 2022Click here to register!

May 18, 2022 - Association between exposure to the England Diabetes Prevention Programme and risk of new diagnosis with Type 2 Diabetes: retrospective national database study, presented by Dr Beth Parkinson, University of Manchester - Click here to register!

NOTE: All NOAHE Rounds V Sessions will be online-only.

Please click here for information on past Rounds sessions