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May Newsletter

Congress Update To access the full PDF click here. Yes, You Can…Join the 2023 IHEA Congress Virtually  In just over five weeks, we will welcome well over a thousand health economists from around the world to Cape Town for the 15th IHEA World Congress on Health Economics. The program will provide the opportunity to engage …

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April Newsletter

Congress Update To access the full PDF, please click here. Early Bird Registration Has Been Extended to May 30!   The IHEA congress, held every second year, is the only global forum for health economists to engage around the latest methodological developments, present recent research findings and explore the implications of this research for health policy and …

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University of Calgary to Host IHEA 2025 Congress

The International Health Economics Association (IHEA) is pleased to announce that Calgary, Alberta, has been selected as the location for the IHEA 2025 Congress to be hosted by the University of Calgary and the Institute of Health Economics (IHE). University of Calgary health economists maintain close partnerships with care providers and academic institutions across the globe, …

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March Newsletter

To Access the Full PDF, Please Click Here. Congress Update Don’t Forget to Register! The IHEA congress, held every second year, is the only global forum for health economists to engage around the latest methodological developments, present recent research findings and explore the implications of this research for health policy and practice. The IHEA congress …

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Registration is OPEN for the IHEA 2023 Immunization Economics Pre-Congress

Registration is now open for the Immunization Economics 2023 IHEA Pre-Congress on July 8-9, 2023, in Cape Town, South Africa. The session will bring together early-career to seasoned researchers from academic institutions, NGOs, and multinational organizations to exchange knowledge on the latest research methods and approaches in immunization costing, financing, economics, and decision-making. You can find …

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February Newsletter

To Access the Full PDF, Please Click Here. Congress Update The wait is nearly over! The outcomes of the abstract review process will be released next week and registration will open shortly. Over 1,600 individual abstracts and organized session proposals were submitted and are now in the final stages of a rigorous peer review process. Each …

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January Newsletter

To Access the Full PDF, Please Click Here. SIG News Economics of Children’s Health & Wellbeing (E-CHW)  The E-CHW SIG facilitated a series of virtual webinars and workshops in 2022 covering a range of topics. The first webinar of the series took place on February 10, 2022, with the title ‘Challenges in valuing child health …

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December Newsletter

To Access the Full PDF, Please Click Here. Update on Board of Directors  IHEA’s Board of Directors includes directors elected by IHEA members and directors nominated by regional health economics associations. Elections for the Board, and for the new President, take place every two years; the next election will be held in late 2023. The …

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November Newsletter

To Access the Full PDF, Please Click Here. Congress Extension of Abstracts By popular demand, IHEA would like to announce that we have extended the deadline for abstract submissions for the 2023 Congress – abstract submissions will now close on Tuesday, December 6th, 2022. Abstracts can be submitted here. We would like to encourage health economists …

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October Newsletter

To Access the Full PDF, Please Click Here. President’s Message One thing that a lot of people have come to appreciate as the COVID-19 episode proceeded is that the state of population health affects the economy. Now to health economists, especially health economists working in Emerging Market Economies, this did not come as much of …

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