Upcoming Events

Infectious Disease Modelling – lunch time webinar

Online via Microsoft Teams Online via Microsoft Teams. Login details will be provided a few days before the Webinar.

Introduction to Infectious Disease Modelling and Presentation of the Australian Covid-19 model Confirmed speakers Associate Professor Anthony Newall, UNSW Associate Professor James Woods, UNSW Dr Rob Moss, University of Melbourne

How do we value a life in the age of COVID?

Online via Microsoft Teams Online via Microsoft Teams. Login details will be provided a few days before the Webinar.

In recent months, COVID-19 has reminded us how interventions intended to influence the course of a disease, have an impact that goes beyond the individual’s health. In fact, Governments have grappled with the trade-offs to be made when making decisions on interventions that adversely impact the economy but have the potential to save lives and/or improve health. In […]

Choose your destiny in health economics – academia, industry, government, or NGO

Online via Zoom

A special webinar hosted by the ISPOR-AC Victoria and Tasmania Student Chapter Public health practitioners with expertise in health economics and outcomes research work in a broad range of areas and disciplines. In this webinar hosted by the ISPOR Victoria and Tasmania Student Chapter, students will be able to hear from four guest speakers as […]

Free

Economic Evaluation in Clinical Trials

Online via Zoom

Perspectives from academia, industry, and government advisory committee. Confirmed speakers: Professor Henry Glick, University of Pennsylvania Professor Cathy Mihalopoulos, Deakin University A/Professor Kim Dalziel, University of Melbourne Greg O’Toole, AstraZeneca Register free before 30th November.

Free

Population preferences for COVID-19 policies during the pandemic – Using DCE methods to explore lockdown restrictions, intensive care prioritisation and vaccine rollout

Please click here to register:  https://utsmeet.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqcOusrDkrHdM0WrIbTocGWB36H55af02r COVID-19 continues to be a major disruption internationally. It has fundamentally changed policy settings and the thinking of both the population and policy makers about how we allocate government resources, and the appropriateness of imposing restrictions that may reduce individual freedom and curtail the economy on the one hand […]