The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research announced Thursday its 2018 Short Course Program would include nine new courses.
ISPOR says the program, which is set to kick off May 19 in Baltimore, is organized in seven HEOR tracks to “help you navigate your educational objects through a diverse curriculum of 37 different courses.”
Below are the new classes included in the program:
- Introduction to Constrained Optimization Methods for Health Care Research;
- A Health Economics Approach to US Value Assessment Frameworks;
- Value of Information: Active Learning, Modeling Tools and Applications;
- Introduction to Health Technology Assessment;
- Economic and Financial Drivers of Value Focus and Development of a Holistic Value Proposition;
- Causal Inference and Causal Diagrams in Big, Real-World Observational Data and Pragmatic Trials;
- Conjoint Analysis and Stated Preference Methods – Part I;
- Conjoint Analysis and Stated Preference Methods – Part II; and
- Preference Data for Patient-Centric Benefit-Risk Analysis.
For more information on the short course program, click here.