VIII MUESOL Seminar: Modelling in Economic Evaluation of Pharmaceuticals and Health Programmes (blended learning)
The Seminar is intended to refresh and complete the training and knowledge of people from academia and professionals with technical
and management responsibilities in the spheres of healthcare and clinics interested in the economic evaluation of healthcare technologies.
The Seminar offers participants an academic and independent debating and meeting forum to access important information and knowledge
for decision-making on advances in health economics and pharmacoeconomics through specialised sessions taught by professionals of recognised prestige.
The Seminar also becomes an information and meeting platform in the framework of lifelong learning for the numerous participants
who over the last few years have followed the different both classroom and distance learning master's degrees and postgraduate courses, in addition to
other courses or seminars specialised in the sphere of health economics and pharmacoeconomics, organised by the UPF.
The objective of the seminar is to provide participants with the basic instruments and criteria to guide decision-making on the need to apply the different
modelling techniques in the framework of studying the economic evaluation of pharmaceuticals and medical technologies.
On completing the seminar, the participants are expected to know, apply and interpret the main types of modelling techniques (Markov models and probabilistic
models) in the economic evaluation of pharmaceuticals, medical technologies and health programmes.
This MUESOL Seminar is composed of a classroom activity and another distance learning activity. The classroom activity consists of carrying out theoretical
and practical work sessions with a duration of four days at the Barcelona School of Management. The distance learning activity consists of completing
an individual practical project and another group project starting from the knowledge acquired in the classroom sessions.
This seminar is targeted at professionals from the private and public sector, and also at professionals from the health sector interested in leading
their career towards health economics, financial evaluation, market access, etc.
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