Short Course Organised on UCL Campus in London
The HIV Epidemiology and Biostatistics Group at UCL is pleased to announce the following short-course that will take place on the UCL Campus at the Royal Free Hospital, London, later in the year.
The two-day Introduction to Cost-effectiveness Analysis for Infectious Diseases (28th-29th September 2017) is for people working in health care settings, academic environments, industry and governmental and non-governmental organisations who wish to achieve a basic understanding of, and be able to interpret, cost effectiveness analysis in the context of infectious diseases, with particular focus on HIV. It will be assumed that participants have no prior knowledge of cost effectiveness analysis. The course will be led by Dr Valentina Cambiano and Prof Andrew Phillips with specific sessions led by Dr Loveleen Bansi (UCL), Prof John Cairns (LSHTM), Dr Tim Colbourn (UCL), Dr Alec Miners (LSHM), Dr Jasmina Panovska-Griffith (UCL), Dr Elena Pizzo (UCL), Paul Revill (University of York), Dr Alison Rodger (UCL) and Prof Mark Sculpher (University of York).
The course will be interactive and informal, and numbers will be limited to maintain a low participant to tutor ratio. For further information on the course, please click on this link or contact Pat Withington (Tel: 020 7794 0500, ext. 34871, email: firstname.lastname@example.org).