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Applying Discrete Choice Experiments In Health Economics

September 24 - September 26

Applying Discrete Choice Experiments In Health Economics

The HERU short course on ‘Applying Discrete Choice Experiments in Health Economics’ will take place in Aberdeen, Scotland, from 24th-26th September 2024.

The course is aimed at researchers interested in the application of Discrete Choice Applications (DCEs) and provides:

An introduction to the theoretical and practical basis for the development and application of DCEs in health economics.

  • A step by step guide to the design of DCEs, questionnaire development, data input, data analysis and interpretation of results – using case studies based on published research.
  • An update on methodological issues raised in the application of DCEs in health economics.
  • The course fee includes teaching material, accommodation, all lunches, a course welcome reception and dinner. The course lasts for three full days (from Tuesday morning to Thursday afternoon), with a course meal at the end. Accommodation is provided for four nights (Monday to Thursday).

Registration and further details are available from the DCE course website.

Please note that the closing date for registration is 13th September 2024 (registering before 23rd August saves £100 on the delegate booking fee) and there are limited spaces available.

Website: https://www.abdn.ac.uk/heru/short-course-on-using-dces-in-health-economics-1032.php




September 24
September 26
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Health Economics Research Unit (HERU) at the University of Aberdeen


Park Inn by Radisson hotel, Aberdeen, Scotland