This training day aims to provide the participant with a sufficient grounding to effectively critique and validate models. The training day will be particularly useful to those people who commission health economic models, or use models to help make decisions. As well as discussing the strengths and uses of economic modelling, the training day will also explore the limitations and constraints of different approaches and will explore a number of commonly-observed errors in models. Please note that this training day has not been designed to teach delegates how to build models; instead, the course is aimed at those who will review or depend on models built by other researchers.

The workshop is currently presented on-demand at the client’s choice of location. Click below to find out about customisable training options:

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Course Details

Date: The workshop is currently presented on-demand at the client’s choice of location
To be discussed with client based on bespoke training requirements
The training day will be led by Dr Matthew Taylor, Director of York Health Economics Consortium.
Courses can be taught on-site at client’s workplace, or at The University of York, UK.
For more details on this course please email or telephone +44 (0)1904 324084

YHEC Training Expertise

YHEC offers a range of training courses in health economics topics including economic modelling, evidence retrieval and information skills Our regular training programme offers courses in York in well-equipped rooms and computer classrooms. We can also offer these courses and bespoke courses at your own site.

Other Health Economics Training at York: YHEC courses are generally introductory. Five-day expert workshops, distance learning and MSc courses in health economics are offered by health economists at the Centre for Health Economics and the Department of Economics and Related Studies at the University of York.

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For more details on bespoke training workshops please email or telephone +44 (0)1904 323620.