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Workshop description

Australia faces significant challenges around the growing demand for health care, failure to meet these challenges will have significant negative impacts, both on system sustainability and health outcomes. Health economics toolkits can be used to provide evidence on cost-effectiveness and inform resource allocation decisions in health care.

Take a deep dive into Health Economics and Leadership in this three-day workshop.

You will take part in practical exercises and apply the concepts of and approaches used to measure the costs and benefits of health interventions.

Throughout the workshop you will have exposure to the tools used in economic evaluation and work with real-life case-studies to explore their application in practice.

This workshop is suitable for researchers and professionals involved in the health sector who would like to learn more about health economics and economic evaluation application to health including a focus on:

  • Costing approaches used in health,
  • Measuring effectiveness and health outcomes,
  • Modelling cost and outcomes.

Workshop details

Date: to be announced

Time: 9am – 4pm (each day)

Location: 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth

Meals: Delicious food will be available for all three days!

Cost:

  • Individual: $1,490.00
  • Individual (Alumni/Student): $1,290.00
  • Table of 6: $6,990.00
  • Table of 6 (Alumni/Student) $5,990.00

We offer discounted rates for organisations that wish to book large groups, just email us at Curtin.PACE@curtin.edu.au.

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Learning outcomes

  • Analysing cost data,
  • Evaluating health outcomes,
  • Modelling cost and outcomes data.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is for researchers and professional staff who are looking to gain a greater understanding of economic evaluation and what it can offer to healthcare decision making.

Facilitators

Professor Suzanne Robinson

Professor Suzanne Robinson leads the Health Systems and Health Economics Discipline at Curtin University. She has a track record in collaborative research activity and extensive experience of working with policy makers and clinicians in using research to inform practice.

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Associate Professor Richard Norman

Richard is a Health Economist with an ongoing interest in the economic evaluation of healthcare, the measurement and valuation of quality of life, discrete choice experiments and econometric analysis of large panel datasets.

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Dr Delia Hendrie

Dr Delia Hendrie is a senior lecturer in the School of Public Health at Curtin University. In her role as a health economist, she works closely with a range of health professionals.

Delia Hendrie Bio Image sitting at a table on Curtin Campus