Incorporating Health Economics into Grant Proposals
This short course is currently on offer for;
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Course Leaders: Professor Philip Clarke, Dr Dennis Petrie, Dr Ya-Seng Hsueh, Dr Kim Dalziel, Centre for Health Policy, Programs & Economics, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.
Who should attend?
Those preparing (or planning to prepare) grant proposals for next years’ NHMRC, ARC or other funding bodies where the proposal may benefit from having an economic evaluation or other health economics included.
What’s the purpose?
The purpose of this half-day course is to give chief investigators/researchers an overview of the health economics components that go into grant proposals, some practical assistance to start writing the health economics paragraphs of the grant, and guidance with the process of finding the most suitable health economist/s to be a CI or AI on their grant proposal across Australia and according to specialty.
What will be included?
- Quick recap on types of economic evaluation and when they are appropriate and most useful
- Overview of other health economics components that could be beneficial (for example cost of illness or modelling predictors of high cost etc.)
- Health economics data requirements and data linkage procedures
- Roles and functions of the health economist in the development of a grant proposal
- Typical health economics components in grant proposals including examples
- A guide on resource requirements for economic evaluations and options for grant budgets
- Overview of health economists in Melbourne and elsewhere in Australia with particular specialisations
After the course participants will be given an opportunity to submit a 1-page overview of their project proposal in order to receive feedback & suggestions for the most appropriate health economist/s for their project. Feedback form.
When & Where
18th November 2014
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Application procedure – Registration not yet open
Applications for the course can be filled out online via eCart.
Applications close 1 week prior to the course date.
- Free for those who have attended or registered for our 1-day short course “Introduction to Cost Effectiveness Analysis in Health” – but registration via eCart is still required in order to prepare materials and catering
- Free for Melbourne School of Population and Global Health staff – but registration via eCart is still required in order to prepare materials and catering
- Others $110 (GST included) – register and pay via eCart
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