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2020 Workshop: Health Technology Assessment & the Art of Decision Making


We would like to inform you that the “2020 Health Technology Assessment & the Art of Decision Making Workshop will be rescheduled from 26-28 February 2020 to further notice, in view of the evolving 2019-nCoV situation in Singapore.

We will provide the revised schedule and details of the workshop as soon as they are finalised.

Thank you for your continued interest in this workshop.



This 2.5 days workshop is organised in collaboration with the Agency for Care Effectiveness (ACE), to equip healthcare professionals with practical knowledge and skills in health technology assessment. Participants will learn to critique the clinical and cost-effectiveness of a health technology, and assess its value and impact on clinical practice and patients. Through experiential learning, participants will appreciate the key considerations and trade-offs of employing HTA in decision-making.

 

 





Date and Time


28 Oct 2020 @ 09:00 - 30 Oct 2020 @ 14:15

Registration


Registration is closed

Speaker


Tracy Merlin

Prof Tracy Merlin

International Advisory Panel 
Agency for Care Effectiveness

Professor & Interim Head
School of Public Health 
Director
Adelaide Health Technology Assessment
University of Adelaide

Vice Chair
Board of the International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment   

 
Jonathan Craig

Prof Jonathan Craig

International Advisory Panel
Agency for Care Effectiveness

Professor
Vice President & Executive Dean
College of Medicine and Public Health
Flinders University 

Member
Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee
Medical Services Advisory Committee
Life Saving Drugs Program Expert Panel 
Australia

 

Kwong Ng_2019

Adj A/Prof Kwong Ng

Principal Head 
(Health technology evaluation, 
Utilisation review & Adoption)
Agency for Care Effectiveness
 
Adjunct Associate Professor
Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health
National University of Singapore

Camille-Schubert

Ms Camille Schubert

Team Leader
(Health Economics)
Adelaide Health Technology Assessment
University of Adelaide