Lawrenceville, NJ, USA—January 22, 2021—As a Society committed to improving health and as a global event producer, ISPOR continues to closely monitor news and reports of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks globally. The Society has developed and/or curated a number of COVID-related content sources, including:
The status of the pandemic and associated governmental regulations, restrictions, and advisories has also necessarily required ISPOR to effect changes to a number of its conferences. The following summarizes the current status of ISPOR’s conferences and educational events for 2021.
Virtual ISPOR 2021 | May 17-20
ISPOR 2021—the Society’s annual, international conference—has been designed as a fully virtual conference. Virtual ISPOR 2021, themed “HEOR: Evolving for Tomorrow’s Challenges,” is the leading global conference for health economics and outcomes research. The conference provides registrants with new, on demand-only content that will be released leading up to the conference, 4-days of live programming, a virtual exhibit gallery, virtual poster presentations, networking opportunities, and access to post-conference recordings for a full month after the event.
Virtual Short Courses | Various Dates
The ISPOR Short Course Program is being offered virtually with courses scheduled throughout the year and at times suitable for a variety of time zones to optimize participation for global audiences. The Society’s virtual HEOR short courses provide the same high-quality curriculum that has historically been offered at its in-person conferences through an interactive, virtual experience. Virtual short courses make ISPOR’s renown Short Course Program available to even more HEOR professionals around the globe.
Webinars | Various Dates and On Demand
ISPOR’s upcoming/live webinars are offered throughout the year and recordings of past webinars are available on demand.
Virtual ISPOR Europe 2021 | 1-3 December
ISPOR Europe 2021, the leading European conference for HEOR, is planned for 1-3 December as a virtual conference. Virtual ISPOR Europe 2021 will offer on demand-only content that will be released leading up to the conference, 3-days of live programming, a virtual exhibit gallery, virtual poster presentations, networking opportunities, and access to post-conference recordings for a full month after the event. If it is safe to do so (considering the status of the pandemic), in-person sessions will be added to the conference. Announcements regarding possible in-person sessions will be made once determined later this year.
Additional information on COVID-19 can be found at: