HPREP: Economic Evaluation
The University of Newcastle (via Research Advantage) in collaboration with Hunter New England and the Central Coast Local Health District's will deliver the Health Professionals Research Education Program (HPREP).
A series of presentations/seminars have been developed providing information and practical advice for our Clinician Researchers, Clinicians, Clinician Managers and Conjoints.
This health specific information session will be facilitated by Ms Penny Reeves, Health Research Economist, Hunter Medical Research Institute and will focus on Economic Evaluation:
- Why including economic analyses in your evaluations of health and medical interventions will facilitate translation of your research
- How to plan for conducting an economic evaluation and how to be an informed commissioner of economic evaluations
- Common economic analysis tools, the different questions they address and associated data requirements
Who: Researchers, Hunter New England (HNE) and Central Coast (CC) Local Health District (LHD) Clinician Researchers, Clinicians and Managers
When: 12:30-2pm, Thursday 3 September
Where: Online via Zoom
RSVP: HNELHD staff register via email to HNELHD-ResearchOffice@hnehealth.gov.au
RSVP: CCLHD staff register via email to CCLHD-Research@health.nsw.gov.au
What is Research Advantage?
The Research Advantage Program is designed to foster the development of an engaged research community at the University of Newcastle, empowering academics at all career levels to reach their full potential.
The Research Advantage program currently offers 12 special initiatives which includes multi-disciplinary networking opportunities, research capability development and education opportunities, funding and scholarship opportunities.