ECR SIG – Identifying a Research Question Webinar

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Zoom

The Early Career Researchers SIG will be holding a webinar on the topic of identifying a research question at the rescheduled date and time of the 5th of October, 2pm UK time (9am EDT/1pm GMT/12am AEDT). This webinar will explore how to identify an appropriate research question. Choosing a research question can depend on topic, …

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Skills Workshop: Developing Context Relevant Health Economics Case Studies as Active Learning Material

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Zoom

Presenters: Di McIntyre (University of Cape Town) and Heather Brown (University of Lancaster) Case studies (exercises, simulations, games, etc.) are powerful tools to promote active learning.  They can assist in developing a good understanding of complex concepts or methods, developing skills to apply these concepts and methods and promoting analytic thinking and interpretation.  This virtual …

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ISPOR Europe 2022

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Austria Center, Vienna Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1, Vienna

Share your research with a global audience of healthcare professionals and contribute to the advancement of the science of HEOR. Important dates for Research abstract submissions: Abstract Submission Open: 21 April Abstract Submission Closed: 30 June Research Abstract Notification: Week of 22 August Accepted Research Abstracts Will: Reach a Global HEOR Audience:  ISPOR conferences draw thousands of attendees from the …

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Student-athlete Preferences for Sexual Violence Reporting: A Discrete Choice Experiment

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Zoom

Featuring: Alice Ellyson, Acting Assistant Professor | Department of Pediatrics | School of Medicine, University of Washington Background: Sexual violence (SV) is prevalent among US college athletes, but formal reports are rare. Little is known about adaptations to institution-level reporting policies and procedures that could facilitate reporting.    Methods: We conducted a discrete choice experiment (DCE) …

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Skills Workshop: Innovative Techniques for Student Assessments

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Zoom

Presenters: Femi Ayadi (University of Houston – Clear Lake), Neha Batura (University College London) and Frikkie Booysen (University of the Witwatersrand) All certificated courses require some form of student assessment.  Assignments, tests and exams have been the main assessment techniques, despite their limitations in assessing whether learning outcomes have been met.  This webinar will explore …

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Discrimination Against Doctors: A Field Experiment

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Zoom

Featuring speaker: Alex Chan, Stanford University Discrimination against doctors is important but scantly studied. This field experiment observes that customers discriminate against Black and Asian doctors when they choose healthcare providers, and that this can be substantially reduced by supplying information on physician quality. Customer preferences were evaluated in the field with an online platform …

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Valuing Health for Children, Adults, and Caregivers: Lessons Learned from COVID-19

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Zoom

Presenter: Professor Lisa Prosser (University of Michigan) This webinar will start with an overview of concepts in measuring the spillover effects of illness in family members for cost-effectiveness analysis.  Preliminary results for spillover effects on health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in parents of children with COVID-19 illness will be presented, along with losses in HRQOL …

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Manning up to Healthcare Avoidance (Wits University)

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Men often fail to adequately manage their own health and sometimes present at healthcare facilities late or not all, which curtails their health and well-being. We reflect on the drivers of men’s healthcare avoidance and on solutions for addressing the issue efficiently and sustainably. Date : Tues, 29 November Time : 18:00 SAST Venue : …

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3rd Meeting of the Asian Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics

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Hotel Matsushima Taikanso Miyagi

This series of workshops provides a forum for the development and dissemination of applications of econometrics in health economics. The workshop will follow the format of the long-running European Workshops on Econometrics and Health Economics, with a particular vision to: Promote health economics research with applied microeconomics focus in Asia; strengthen research networks within the …

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