ScHARR HEDS at ISPOR Europe 2016, Vienna

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HEDS has a lively schedule planned for the ISPOR 19TH European Annual Congress in Vienna at the end of October / beginning of November. Ten members of the HEDS team will contribute to the conference programme. Paul Tappenden will deliver a short course on ‘Conceptual Modelling‘ on day one and Rachid Rafia will bring HEDS events to a close on the last day at the workshop ‘All Models are Wrong but Some are Less Wrong‘. In between, poster sessions and workshops will be populated by our work on treatment switching, health state utility values, text mining and much more. A full timetable of ScHARR HEDS activity can be found below

ScHARR HEDS will also have a presence at the ISPOR exhibition. Meet ScHARR’s new Director of Innovation and Knowledge Transfer, Dr Suzy Paisley along with IKT Business Manager Vanessa Wright and the rest of the HEDS expert team at Stand no. 20/21. It will be a great way to find out about opportunities to work with ScHARR to support key strategic developments in your organisation, to collaborate with us on research and to participate in our diverse, world class learning and teaching programmes. Call in at the stand or contact us ahead of the conference to arrange a meet up.

ScHARR HEDS:

Saturday 29 Oct

Who What Where and when
Paul Tappenden p.tappenden@sheffield.ac.uk Development Of Conceptual Models short course in Hall G2 (L -2) on Sat 29 Oct
09:00-13:00

 

Sunday 30 Oct

Who What Where and when
Nick Latimer n.latimer@sheffield.ac.uk Adjusting For Time-Dependent Confounding And Treatment Switching Bias In Observational Studies And Clinical Trials: Purpose, Methods, Good Practices And Acceptance In HTA short course in Hall G2 (L -2) on Sun 30 Oct
13:00-17:00

 

Monday 31 Oct

Who What Where and when
Ben Van Hout b.a.vanhout@sheffield.ac.uk Adjustment Of Os In Crystal For Post-Study Anti-Cancer Therapies poster PRM201 in F11 on Mon 31 Oct
08:45-13:45
Poster author discussion hour (13:15 – 14:15)
John Brazier j.e.brazier@sheffield.ac.uk at stand 20/21 on Tue @12:00-17:00
Interested in our intermediate and advanced psychometrics course or the Utility Data for Health Technology Assessment course?
Well-Being: What Is It, How Does It Compare To Health And What Are The Implications Of Using It To Inform Health Policy? poster PRM176 in E24 on Mon 31 Oct
08:45-14:15
Poster author discussion hour (13:15 – 14:15)
Suzy Paisley s.paisley@sheffield.ac.uk at stand 20/21 on
Mon @9:00-11:00 & 15:00-16:00; Tue @9:00-17:00; Wed @9:00-17:00
Identifying Potential Early Biomarkers Of Acute Myocardial Infarction In The Biomedical Literature: A Comparison Of Text Mining And Manual Sifting Techniques
poster: PRM55
in B17 on Mon 31 Oct
08:45-14:15
Poster author discussion hour (13:15 – 14:15)
Anthea Sutton a.sutton@sheffield.ac.uk at stand 20/21 on
Mon @9:00-10:00, 11:00-13:00 & 16:00-17:00; Tue @9:00-17:00; Wed @9:00-17:00
Systematic Review Toolbox
poster: PRM223
in F33 on Mon 31 Oct
08:45-14:15
Poster author discussion hour (13:15 – 14:15)
Nick Latimer n.latimer@sheffield.ac.uk at stand 20/21 on
Mon @16:00-17:00; Tue @12-15:00; Wed @12:00-13:00
Guidance On Selecting Appropriate Methods When Considering Adjusting Overall Survival For Treatment Switch In Oncology Studies poster PRM227 in F37 on Mon 31 Oct
08:45-14:15
Poster author discussion hour (13:15 – 14:15)
John Brazier j.e.brazier@sheffield.ac.uk and Roberta Ara r.m.ara@sheffield.ac.uk Utilities In Economic Evaluation: Using Best Practices Where International Guidelines Provide Insufficient Detail workshop W3 in Hall E2 (L0) on Mon 31 Oct
11:15-12:15
Allan Wailoo a.j.wailoo@sheffield.ac.uk at stand 20/21 on Mon @14:30-15:30 Increasing Euroqol (Eq-5D) From 3 To 5 Levels: Implications For Users – Does “New” Mean “Better”? symposium in Hall D (L -2) on Mon 31 Oct
12:45-13:45
Eva Kaltenthaler e.kaltenthaler@sheffield.ac.uk Issues Related To The Frequency Of Exploratory Analyses By Evidence Review Groups In The Nice Single Technology Appraisal Process
poster: PHP288
in H17 on Mon 31 Oct
15:45- 19:45
Poster author discussion hour (18:45 – 19:45)
Susi Sadler susannah.sadler@sheffield.ac.uk at stand 20/21 on Mon @11:00-15:00; Antibiotic Treatment Of Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection In Women: A Comparative Cost- Effectiveness Study
poster: PUK14
in L21 on Mon 31 Oct
15:45-19:45
Poster author discussion hour (18:45 – 19:45)
Chris Carroll
c.carroll@sheffield.ac.uk
 The Role And Impact Of Evidence Review Group (ERG) Analyses In The Nice Single Technology Assessment (STA) Process
poster: link
in E13 on Mon 31 Oct
15:45-19:45
Poster author discussion hour (18:45 – 19:45)

 

Tuesday 1 Nov

Who What Where and when
Praveen Thokala p.thokala@sheffield.ac.uk at stand 20/21 on
Wed @12:00-14:00
Building And Applying Constrained Optimization Models In Health Care: A Case Study Of Optimal Kidney Matching workshop W15 in Hall E1 (L0) on Tue 1 Nov
15:15-16:15

 

Wednesday 2 Nov

Who What Where and when
Rachid Rafia
r.rafia@sheffield.ac.uk
at stand 20/21 on Tue @13:00-14:00
All Models Are Wrong, But Some Are Less Wrong: Using A Verification Protocol To Find These Less Wrong Ones On The Model Farm?
workshop W23
in Hall A (L2)
on Wed 2 Nov
08:45-09:45