At ISPOR’s 14th Annual European Congress in Madrid (5-8 November, 2010). Ben van Hout’s presentation “Combining DCE and TTO into a single value function” was selected as Best Research Podium Presentation.
Other news from the conference is that all the posters presented by HEDS staff are now available online. They are:
Using Whole Disease Modelling to inform economic recommendations for the detection, diagnosis, treatment and followup of colorectal cancer
Towards cost-effectiveness analysis of the health and wellbeing benefits of urban green space: a mapping review
The role of biochemical markers in the identification of intracranial pathology following minor head injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Estimating SF-6D health state utility values for comorbid health conditions
Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of the addition of rituximab to chemotherapy in the first-line treatment of Follicular Lymphoma patients in the UK
A review of methods used to estimate mean preference-based utilities for comorbidities using published summary statistics
Modelling the cost-effectiveness of orlistat as a treatment for obesity in primary care
Diagnostic accuracy of clinical characteristics following minor head injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis
A review and meta-analysis of health state utility values in breast cancer
The impact of conditions labels on health state values
Are general population data suitable for approximating baseline utility values in economic models?
Clinical decision rules for adults with minor head injury: a systematic review