We are now accepting proposals to host the EuHEA Conference in 2018.
Please find the Call to Host with all relevant information attached.
Location: Paris, France
Host: Université Paris-Dauphine and the French Health Economics Association
Venue: Université Paris-Dauphine
Dates: Sept. 2, 2015 - Sept. 4, 2015
Submission Deadline: March 30, 2015
Registration Deadline: July 31, 2015
Registration is now open for the second EuHEA PhD student-supervisor and early career researcher (ECR) conference, to be held in Paris 2d-4th September 2015
The format of the conference, along with the pricing structure, strongly encourage attendance of both PhD students/ECRs and their supervisors. Supervisor is defined loosely for this reason, and can refer to any senior colleague willing to attend the conference and discuss the work of another participant. PhD students, ECRs and supervisors are, however, very welcome to attend the conference alone at the single delegate rate.
Early bird registration period = 4th May – 24th May 2015
Single delegate rate = €400
For joint delegates (i.e. those attending in a PhD student/ECR AND supervisor/senior colleague pair:) : €300 each
Standard registration period = 25th May - 31st July 2015
Single delegate rate = €450
For joint delegates (i.e. those attending in a PhD student/ECR AND supervisor/senior colleague pair:) : €350 each
The registration fee includes the access to the three days of conference, two lunches (3th of September and 4 of September), two diners and refreshments throughout the conference.
For more information, visit the conference website
Link: http://www.ces-asso.org/conferences/euhea-conference and http://www.euhea.eu/student-supervisor-conference/
Download the Flyer
Please find information regarding the candidates here.
Note that the list of candidates and the individual CVs will be updated as more CVs and candidacies are submitted.
Due to overwhelming demand from students, we have negotiated additional space at the conference venue and so are pleased to announce that we will now hold additional late-breaking sessions, with 4 sessions now running in parallel throughout Tuesday 2nd September. The goal of these sessions will be to present the most recent, relevant, and high quality research which was not complete at the time of the initial abstract call. Late-break sessions will run under the same format as the rest of the conference, with work selected for oral paper presentation allocated a one hour slot for presentation and detailed discussion led by another student's supervisor. This hour slot will consist of a 25 minute presentation by the author, 15 minute discussion by another student/ECR's supervisor, followed by 20 minutes for questions and general discussion from the audience.
To submit an abstract for consideration in the late-break sessions, please email your abstract in a word/PDF document to firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently, the conference programme consists of 55 presentations from students across Europe. A book compiling the abstracts of work to be presented is attached. The event will offer a unique opportunity for PhD students and early career researchers to present their work, receive detailed feedback from senior colleagues, and network with their peers.
Abstracts should be written in English and not exceed 400 words. Content should be work in progress, but we do require at least preliminary results. If accepted for oral paper presentation, authors will be required to submit a working paper by July 31st. Work submitted to the late-break call must therefore be at a sufficient stage to produce a working paper by this date.
Late-break abstract call closes - midnight GMT June 16th
Authors will be notified of the decision on June 27th.
Please note, the time frame for late-break submissions is very tight. If selected for oral paper presentation in a late-break session, authors must register by midnight GMT July 16th to secure the place of their paper in the conference. Full working papers must be submitted by midnight GMT July 31st.
More information about the conference can be found on the conference page
Please also take note of the abstract booklet
The Royal Economic Society and the Economic Journal have selected Pau Olivella (UAB and Barcelona GSE) and Marcos Vera-Hernández (University College London and Institute of Fiscal Studies) to receive the 2013 Royal Economic Society Prize for their paper, "Testing for Asymmetric Information in Private Health Insurance."
Find more information on the RES prize at the associated website.
A toutes celles et ceux qui souhaitent soumettre une proposition de communication pour les 36èmes Journée des Economistes de la Santé Français (JESF) qui se tiendront les 4 et 5 décembre prochain à l'Université de Bordeaux (ISPED), nous nous permettons de rappeler que nous attendons votre texte avant le 1er juin prochain.Vous trouverez tous les détails de cet appel en cliquant sur ce lien (PDF).Nous restons à votre dispositon pour de plus amples informations. Bien cordialement,
Pour le CES,
The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics offers world-class, full time graduate programs taught in English by leading international scholars and practitioners in one of the world's most dynamic cities.
The blending of theoretical and applied perspectives makes the Barcelona GSE masters an ideal stepping stone either for entry into competitive PhD programs or for top jobs in Economics and related ﬁelds.
The Barcelona GSE Master in Health Economics and Policy provides training in health technology assessment as well as a solid background in quantitative methods and a comparative vision of diverse health systems. Master students will acquire analytical capacity oriented toward decision-making in all aspects of the healthcare sector.
• Health, Policy and pricing divisions in pharmaceutical companies.
• Health technology evaluation agencies
• Consulting firms for the health industry
• Health authorities
GSE graduates ﬁll a need in today's knowledge-based economy, as shown by
the excellent placements of our graduates: 86% of the Class of 2013 was
placed within 6 months of graduating.
The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics has been ranked by RePEc among
the top 12 Economics Departments in the world and the top 3 in Europe.
Prof. Pau Olivella (UAB and Barcelona GSE)
Prof. Guillem López-Casasnovas (UPF and Barcelona GSE).
Contact email@example.com for more information.
We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the inaugural EuHEA PhD Student - Supervisor and Early Career Researcher conference. The early registration period is open until 30 April 2014 (midnight GMT). For further details or to register for our conference please visit http://www.population-health.manchester.ac.uk/healtheconomics/euheaphdconference/
On behalf of the European Health Economics Association, the Manchester Centre for Health Economics is pleased to host the inaugural PhD Student - Supervisor Conference in Manchester, England.
This is a unique opportunity for PhD students and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) to present work in progress, gain invaluable feedback from supervisors and peers, and network with students from across Europe.
For details see the flyer.
The elected President of the European Health Economics Association EuHEA welcomes its members in a letter where he presents the purpose of EuHEA and current activities.
We are pleased to announce that our next school on activity based funding will take place from April 28 - May 02, 2014 in Lisbon, Portugal.
The school will provide students with solid and comprehensive expertise in the design, implementation and monitoring of activity based funding. Topics that will be covered include casemix design, patient-level costing, calculation of cost weights and price setting, setting of activity targets, outlier flagging, exception payments, monitoring and evaluation, analytical techniques, and hands-on analysis of data.
If you or any of your colleagues are interested in extending your professional development please visit http://pcsinternational.org/events/case_mix/#wcm to find more details, including the curriculum and registration information. You can also follow up with school director Jeff Hatcher at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brian McCarthy, Secretary PCSI
The newly established Department of Health Economics, Centre for Public Health, Medical University of Vienna has several openings for researchers and a postdoc in health economics.
Please find details in the attached PDFs.
Dear EuHEA Member,
as you may be aware, the health economics congress this July (Health Economics in the Age of Longevity) in Dublin is a joint congress between iHEA and the European Conference on Health Economics (ECHE) series. This agreement pre-dates the recent formation of EuHEA and, thus, registration was based on the iHEA format of providing a reduced fee for members.
As EuHEA is a new association and its membership structure is not compatible with the iHEA system, there has not been enough time to set up a EuHEA-only member rate.
For now, to access the best congress rates you will need to have a current iHEA membership. iHEA and EuHEA will set an agreement on the financial arrangements associated with the joint conference. We will inform you once this issue has been resolved.
The Scientific Committee of the XXXIV Health Economics Conference of the
Spanish Health Economics Association has decided to extend the submission
deadline for abstracts to 30 January 2014.
EuHEA welcomes the Finish Society for Health Economics as its new member. The number of national health economic associations within EuHEA has now increased to nine.
The AES is pleased to announce the CALL FOR ABSTRACTS for the XXXIV Health Economics Conference of the Spanish Health Economics Association to be held
at Universidad Pública de Navarra, May 27-30.
Please note that all parallel sessions will have at least one session in English.
More information at: http://www.aes.es/jornadas/en/presentation.php
We look forward to meeting you in Pamplona!
Organizing Committee and Scientific Committee
XXXIV Jornadas Economía de la Salud - AES
The Winter School will take place from April 28-May 2, 2014 in Lisbon, Portugal. Theme is "Design and Implementation of Activity Based Funding" and the curriculum of this school is more advanced that the Summer School and focuses on advanced Casemix topics including system design, patient-level costing, calculation of cost weights and price setting, setting of activity targets, outlier flagging, exception payments, monitoring and evaluation, analytical techniques, and hands-on analysis of data.
The Summer School will take place from June 9-13, 2014 in Fort Canning Lodge, Singapore. The Summer School is aimed at those new to Casemix or those who need a refresher and want to better understand the fundamentals of Casemix system design and implementation, applications and uses of Casemix around the world, monitoring quality using data and reports, and much more. Sessions are interactive with exercises and small working group sessions throughout the week.
For more information, including the curriculum and registration information for both schools, please visit the links below: