A research topic within the School of Medicine
We use a variety of economic and econometrics methods to address cost-effectiveness, efficiency and inequalities in health care provision. We aim, through engagement with policy makers, clinicians, clinical scientists, basic scientists, patient groups and other applied health researchers, to promote multi-disciplinary research across the spectrum of health producing activities that is likely to promote improvements in health, health care and wellbeing.
An interactive workshop on deriving formulas to convert transition rates to probabilities for Markov models in R and Excel
David Epstein from the University of Grenada will be giving a two hour interactive workshop on deriving the correct formulas to calculate transition probabilities for Markov models in R and Excel.
Tuesday 10 December 2019, 10:00 - 12:00More
Beyond the cost‐effectiveness acceptability curve: The appropriateness of rank probabilities for presenting the results of economic evaluation in multiple technology appraisal
This seminar by David Epstein from the University of Grenada will discuss the appropriateness of rank probabilities for presenting the results of economic evaluation in multiple technology appraisal
Tuesday 10 December 2019, 14:00 - 15:00More