SAVE THE DATE: Perspectives on Health Economics in New Zealand
Thursday 17th October 2019
Keynote speaker: Professor Maarten J. IJzerman “Using Real-World Data for Precision Medicine: Where do Patient Preferences play a role?”
ISPOR (NZ) are holding a workshop in Wellington on 17th October. Our key note speaker is Professor Maarten J. IJzerman who is the VCCC professor and head of Cancer Health Services Research in the University of Melbourne, Centre for Cancer Research and Centre for Health Policy. He also holds a fractional appointment as a professor of Health Technology Assessment in the University of Twente in the Netherlands. He is leading a global research programme focused on the health economics and service delivery of precision medicine, in particular oncology. The research programme includes the use of real-world (linked) data for health services research, the use of decision modelling methods for biomarker development, patient-preferences research and dynamic treatment sequencing.
The workshop will also feature invited speakers from a range of sectors involved in health economics in New Zealand, including health policy and delivery, regulatory agencies, pharmaceutical industry, academia, and consulting.
A programme will be sent out in the next couple of weeks but in the meantime, please save the date and register your interest by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cost will be discounted for ISPOR members and students.
ISPOR (NZ) Chapter