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Economic evaluation seminars

The TEEHTA team hosts the economic evaluation seminar series, which
provides an opportunity for researchers, both within CHE and
externally, to present and discuss a wide range of methodological
issues related to the economic evaluation of health interventions and
programmes. The seminars are held in an informal setting in the
Centre for Health Economics.

Upcoming seminars

Tue
12
Mar

Credibility, Responsiveness, and the Evolution of NICE: The Regulatory State under Pressure

11.15AM, Presented in-person in A/019/020 with Zoom available (not recorded)

Takuya Onoda, Sciences Po

Thu
18
Apr

Integrating decision modelling and machine learning to inform treatment stratification

11.15AM, Presented in-person in A/019/020 with Zoom available (not recorded)

David Glynn, CHE

Wed
8
May

Title TBC

11.15AM, Presented in-person in A/019/020 with Zoom available (not recorded)

Mike Paulden, University of Alberta

Thu
16
May

Title TBC

11.15AM, Presented in-person in A/019/020 with Zoom available (not recorded)

Renske ten Ham, Utrecht University

Thu
20
Jun

Title TBC

11.15AM, Presented in-person in A/019/020 with Zoom available (not recorded)

Dina Jankovic, CHE

Past E E seminars

2024 | 2023202220212020201920182017201620152014 | 2013201220112010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005

Map showing Location Details (PDF , 297kb) 

Who to contact

For more information on these seminars, contact:
Alfredo Palacios
alfredo.palacios@york.ac.uk
Shainur Premji
shainur.premji@york.ac.uk

If you are not a member of University of York staff and are interested in attending a seminar, please contact
alfredo.palacios@york.ac.uk 
or
shainur.premji@york.ac.uk 
so that we can ensure we have sufficient space