Advanced courses, provided by other organisations in the UK
- University College London offers a three-day course for health economists, statisticians, and decision modellers interested in the practice of Bayesian modelling. The course provides an introduction to Bayesian analysis and MCMC methods using R and MCMC sampling software, as applied to cost-effectiveness analysis and typical models used in health economic evaluations. Full details, including a link for registration, can be found here.
- The Health Economic and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) Unit at the University of Glasgow runs a three-day workshop on conducting systematic reviews and meta-analyses of direct, indirect and mixed treatment analyses. More information and details of upcoming workshops can be found here.
- Leicester and Bristol Universities offer a joint three-day course. The course is for health economists, statisticians and decision modellers, and systematic reviewers interested in the extension of pair-wise meta-analysis to indirect and mixed treatment comparisons, in the context of either clinical effectiveness or economic evaluation. Details of future courses are available from the course administrator.