Leading the Respondent

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Leading the Respondent: Can the background information and the format of the choice sets impact responses to a discrete choice experiment?

EuHEA Seminar Series 2022

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The EuHEA seminar series brings together health economists all across its member associations, and beyond, to discuss cutting-edge research.

Developing Context Relevant and Inclusive Course Outlines and Reading Lists

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Thursday June 9th, 2022; 7AM EDT/ 12PM BST/ 2PM EAT/ 7PM CST & AWST/ 9PM AEST The Teaching Health Economics Special Interest Group (THE SIG) has organized a series of virtual workshops during 2022. The first workshop provided an overview of curriculum development and writing powerful learning outcomes for health economics courses. If you missed this workshop, …

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NIHR Oxford BRC Virtual Symposium: Levelling Up: Evidence Based Approaches to Reducing Inequalities

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The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing inequalities and given rise to new ones. Tackling health and economic inequalities in the post-pandemic United Kingdom effectively will require policies based on solid evidence. The purpose of this symposium is to provide a multi-disciplinary forum focusing on effective ways to ‘level up’, from what is known to evidence …

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EuHEA Seminar Series 2022

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The EuHEA seminar series brings together health economists all across its member associations, and beyond, to discuss cutting-edge research. Wednesdays, 2:30-3:30pm (CET), starting from February 23 until June 15.

HESG2022 Summer Conference – Sheffield – June 22 – 24, 2022

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The 100th Health Economists' Study Group (HESG) meeting will be hosted by ScHARR HEDS on Wednesday, June 22nd to Friday, June 24th, 2022, at the Best Western Plus The Quays Hotel in Sheffield. Further details including conference fees can be found on the conference webpage here, which is updated regularly. HESG Conference Planning Committee Email: hesg-summer-2022@sheffield.ac.uk. Twitter: @HESG2022Shef.

Techniques For Active Learning: What Are They and How Can I Use Them In My Health Economics Courses?

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The Teaching Health Economics Special Interest Group (THE SIG) has organized a series of virtual workshops during 2022. The first workshop provided an overview of curriculum development and writing powerful learning outcomes for health economics courses. If you missed this workshop, you can view the presentations here. Details for the next upcoming virtual workshops are provided …

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Beyond Discrete Choice in Health: Multiple Discrete-Continuous Extreme Value (MDCEV) Models

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Presenter: John Buckell, University of Oxford   Objectives: To compare the impacts of providing brief advice (A), brief advice plus individually-tailored shopping advice (A+S) or taxation (T) and combinations thereof, on the amount of saturated fat (SFA) in consumers shopping baskets relative to control. Methods: Econometric analysis and simulation using data from a randomized controlled …

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Webinar: WHO & UNFPA Learning by Sharing Portal: Launch and Story Slam

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The WHO & UNFPA, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Universal Health Coverage, Learning by Sharing Portal (SRH-UHC LSP) has been under development since April 2020. The LSP profiles national-level implementation stories on advancing access to quality and comprehensive sexual and reproductive as an integral component of wider UHC strategies and processes. Objectives: 1. Officially launch …

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Do’s and Don’ts for Investment Cases That Impact Policy: A Panel Discussion

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Moderator: David Bishai Panelists: Damian Walker, Zina Jarrah, Tessa Tan Torres Suppose you already have compelling evidence that something works and is good value for money, how should that evidence be packaged and presented? What evidence matters to whom? This  panel discussion will help participants make a better investment case for a health policy decision.  …

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