Submit an IDLP Module Proposal!

Are you interested in contributing to the ISPOR Distance Learning Program (iDLP)?
The ISPOR Distance Learning Program is designed to provide 1-hour online training courses on pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research topics. We are currently expanding the program and seeking faculty to teach these courses. All faculty will receive an honorarium.

ISPOR welcomes contributions from field experts in the following categories:

Cost Methods Modeling Methods
  • Cost Estimation
  • Budget Impact Analysis
  • Cost-Effectiveness Acceptability Curves
  • Efficiency Frontier Analysis

  • Decision Analytic Modeling
  • Bayesian Approach
  • Markov Modeling
  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Discrete Event Simulation
  • Probabilistic Sensitivity Analysis

Clinical Outcomes Methods

  • Propensity Scores and Comorbidity Risk Adjustment
  • Risk Analysis
  • Survival Analysis

Preference-based / Utility Methods

  • Willingness-to-pay
  • Standard Gamble/Time Tradeoff/Visual Analog Scale
  • Conjoint Analysis

Patient-reported Outcomes Methods

  • Health Related Quality of Life (HRQOL) Methods
  • HRQOL Analysis and Interpretation
  • HRQOL Instrument Development
  • HRQOL Instrument Validation
  • HRQOL Instrument Modification
  • Item-response Theory

Real World Data Methods

  • Using Large Databases
  • Retrospective Database Analysis
  • Patient Registry Design
  • Patient Registry Analysis

If you are interested in teaching a 1-hour online training course, please submit your Faculty Application Form to

Instructions on how to construct a module (PowerPoint presentation)

Please note: You must download the Faculty Application Form (Microsoft Word Document) to your computer and send as an attachment via email to

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