Communicating High Value in Scientific Publications

Sep 2023

This webinar will introduce several strategies for communicating the results of your study. These strategies can be used regardless of study methodology (eg, chart reviews, database analyses, economic models) and publication type (eg, abstract, poster, manuscript, report). As the field of HEOR continues to proliferate, the need for timely, clear, concise publications has never been greater.

Introduction to Open-Source Modeling: R We There Yet?

Apr 2023

In this forum, the OSM Special Interest Group has selected leaders in the field of health economics to describe their approach to OSMs. Mohsen Sadatsafavi will introduce the Peer Models Network and PRISM service as part of "Open-access modelling as a companion to open-source modelling” illustrated with an example implemented for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (the Evaluation Platform in COPD (EPIC) model.)

Methods Maze: Pointers for Selecting Survival Extrapolation Models for Cancer Immunotherapy

Oct 2020

In this webinar, we will be discussing this issue in relation to cancer immunotherapy. An overview of the survival extrapolation methods which could be used for cancer immunotherapies will be presented along with an assessment of their strengths and limitations. Finally, the presenters will provide attendees with some pointers to help with the selection of appropriate survival extrapolation models for these agents.

Why and How to Use Qualitative Research Methods in Conjunction with Discrete Choice Experiments in Health Care

Jun 2020

This webinar will explore why and how to use qualitative research methods in conjunction with discrete choice experiments in healthcare. Speakers will discuss formative qualitative research for the identification and generation of attributes and levels and qualitative research for testing survey comprehension and decision-making processes.

Adding Depth to Observational Research through Data Linkage

Apr 2020

This webinar will explore the value and challenges of linking administrative claims data to additional data sources in order to provide a more comprehensive look at the patient journey through a disease state. Data linkage types, techniques and best practices will be discussed.

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