Presentations

Delta Hat teaching ISPOR short course

Zoe Philips, Simone Critchlow and Rachael Slater will be teaching the ISPOR short course on reviewing economic models, on 29 June. For more information please see https://www.ispor.org/conferences-education/event/2022/06/29/default-calendar/29-30-june-economic-model-review-quality-control-strategic-assessment-and-reporting-standards-virtual

R for HTA 2020

Kevin Deighton presented on the topic of propensity score analysis for multiple datasets at the R for trial and model-based cost-effectiveness workshop 2020. The online workshop was attended by 150+ health economists, statisticians, and researchers across industry, academia, and government; who came together to share best practices, discuss improving standards, and look at how to better expand the capabilities of others. A recording of Kevin’s presentation and the R script used for the analysis are available at the following links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSYxFhZ1PnU, https://github.com/r-hta/HTA-in-R-workshop-2020/tree/master/Deighton.

R in HTA 2019

Delta Hat attended the second R for trial and model-based cost-effectiveness analysis workshop (also known as HTA Ready) at University College London. Anthony Hatswell is a member of the scientific committee who organised the workshop, and Ash Bullement presented on the topic of fitting survival curves using R, including the use of hazard-based plots. The workshop was attended by 80+ health economists, statisticians, and researchers across industry, academia, and government; who came together to share best practices, discuss improving standards, and look at how to better expand the capabilities of others. For more information regarding the workshop, including access to the slides presented, the workshop website can be accessed by following on the following link: https://gianluca.statistica.it/teaching/r-hta-workshop/2019/

Delta hat at JSM2018

Anthony Hatswell will be attending the Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM) 2018 on behalf of Delta Hat in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada from 27 July – 1 August, 2018. As one of the largest statistical events in the world, the research presented at JSM considers the latest work conducted in a variety of topics including Anthony’s Uncontrolled Studies and Health Technology Appraisal? The Need for Methods, Modeling, and Further Research. If you would like to arrange a meeting with Anthony while at JSM2018, please contact him at ahatswell@deltahat.co.uk.

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