EuHEA is interested in receiving proposals from academic health economics organizations to host the 2022 congress of the association for up to 1000 delegates. We welcome proposals from universities and national organizations as well as established health economics research centers.
The Ethics of Digitilisation Research Group at the Technical University of Munich invites applicants to submit papers for their panel ‘Health IT: A Radical Transformation of Health Policy and Medical Paradigms?’. The panel will be within the framework of the Annual Meeting of the German Association for Political Science that will take place on 21-23 March 2019 at the Technical University of Munich. The deadline for submission is Friday, 19 October 2018. For more information on the call, please refer to this document.
On October 26 the New University of Lisbon in collaboration with the Portuguese National School of Public Health will host a multidisciplinary conference titled ‘Health Care Rationing in Europe’. The conference aims to confront key issues with health care rationing from a multidisciplinary point of view.For more information on the conference, please visit the official website.
The EU-funded PECUNIA project recently commenced. It aims to develop new standardised, harmonised and validated methods/tools for the assessment of costs and outcomes across European Health Care Systems. Individuals interested in the project are welcome to subscribe to their newsletter for updates on the research.
The Commonwealth Fund, in collaboration with B. Braun Stiftung, invites the nomination of candidates for the 2019-2020 Harkness/B. Braun Stiftung Fellowship in Health Care Policy and Practice. The candidate's name, job title, organisation and email should be sent to Robin Osborn. The deadline for the receipt of applicants is November 12, 2018. For more information on eligibility, the project or application process, please email Robin Osborn or refer to the website.
The Health Economics Research Unit at the University of Aberdeen presents a three-day course on discrete choice experiments and their use in the area of health economics. It will take place on November 21-23 at the Jury’s Inn, Aberdeen, and centre attention on theoretical and practical issues related to discrete choice experiments. Further information on the course and registration details may be found here. If you are unable attend the course this year but would be interested to however attend the course in the future, please send an email to Ms. Alison Findlay to be added to the mailing list.