Researchers travel to York (UK) to learn the latest in economic evaluation

Dr Centaine Snoswell and Nicole Moretto from UQ’s Health Economics Research & Modelling Unit travelled to the UK’s historic town of York to attend a five-day course in Statistical Methods in Economic Evaluation for Health Technology Assessment. The course was run by the Centre for Health Economics (CHE) at the University of York, UK.

Team members attended the course to learn the latest statistical methods for the analysis of individual patient-level cost and treatment effects used in economic evaluation. Health economists commonly use these statistical methods in economic evaluation to establish the cost-effectiveness of new treatments and health services.

Last updated:
6 June 2019