This one-day introductory workshop provides participants with an understanding of how cost-effectiveness can be used to evaluate health programs and aid decision making.
This workshop also suits those professionals who may be considering designing their own cost-effectivieness analysis, or those seeking to incorporate economic evaluations into their practice.
No previous economics knowledge is necessary.
This workshop will:
- Learn how to design your own cost-effectiveness analysis
- Understand health economic evaluation and how it aids decision making
- Acquire skills to quantify and analyse healthcare
- Participants will be provided with hard copies of all workshop material
- Places are limited to 20 participants
- Lunch and light refreshments will be provided
Per person $750 (GST inc)
8.30am: Basics of economic theory – in 45 minutes!
9.30am: Types of economic evaluation
10.30am: Morning tea
11.00am: Measuring health
11:45pm: Practical – QALY Measurement
1.30pm: Measuring cost
2:15pm: Practical – Cost measurement
3.30pm: WORC CBA, and BELIEF CEA examples
4.15pm: Practical - Designing an evaluation
AITHM, James Cook University
Rm 202, Building 48
Mount Stuart Drive
The workshop will be delivered by Dr Emily Callander who leads the health economics team at the
Australian Insititue of Tropical Health and Medicine.
Attendees will have access to three health economics researchers throughout the day.
Dr Emily Callander
Senior Research Fellow, Health Economics
Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine
P: 07 478 16106