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Utility Data for Health Technology Assessment

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Halifax Hall Hotel & Conference Centre
Dates of Event
12th March 2018 – 13th March 2018
Last Booking Date for this Event
25th February 2018
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Background

NICE and similar agencies around the world are using QALYs, hence the need for health state utility data in their assessments of the cost effectiveness of health care interventions. This raises questions about the measurement of health, the valuation of health and whose values to use. It creates additional challenges for meeting the requirements of a ‘reference case’ set of methods that may not be appropriate in all circumstances.

 

What does the course deliver?

This course outlines the practical requirements of measuring utility and obtaining utility data for health technology assessment for agencies such as NICE and explores recent research in utilities including EQ-5D-5L valuation, measuring subjective well-being and condition specific preference-based measures.  It is delivered by a world leading team of experts in utility measurement.

Bookings will automatically close at Midnight on Sunday, 25th February 2018.

https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/scharr/shortcourseunit/health_utilities_2018

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