Clinical Outcome’s associates at ScHARR (University of Sheffield) will be showcasing their latest research at Virtual ISPOR Europe (16 – 19 November)
11th November 2020
- Dr Nick Latimer will be presenting virtually in two live issue panels: The Meaning of Cure – the Search for What?’ (Monday 16 November) and Is Intention-to-Treat Analysis Still the Gold Standard, or Should All HTA Authorities and Regulators Now Embrace the ICHE(9)R(1) Addendum on Estimands and Sensitivity Analyses? (Thursday 19 November).
- Dr Clara Mukuria will be recording an ‘on demand’ podium presentation, which will be available in the days leading up to the conference through to 31 December. Comparison of the Psychometric Performance of a New Condition-Specific Preference-Based Measure Derived from the Cfq-R (CFQ-R-8D) to EQ-5D-3L and SF-6D to Evaluate Health-Related Quality-of Life (HRQOL) in People with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is co-authored by Professor John Brazier and Dr Donna Rowen.
Meanwhile, other HEDS colleagues will be presenting virtual posters as part of the online poster programme:
- Dr Laura Gray – BMI Trajectories, Mortality and Comorbidity in Older Adults
- Ben Kearns – Schizophrenia Treatment with Second-Generation Antipsychotics- A MULTI-Country Evaluation of the Costs of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Adverse Events and Weight GAIN
- Tushar Srivastava – Estimation of Transition Probabilities for State-Transition Models – A Review of NICE Appraisals
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