Here’s a belated summary of what we got up to in Bilbao between 25th and 27th June. A mixture of oral presentations, posters and workshops:
Methods for adjusting survival estimates in the presence of treatment crossover: a simulation study
E Kaltenthaler, P Tappenden, S Paisley
Reviewing the evidence to inform the conceptualisation and population of cost-effectiveness models within health technology assessments
E Kaltenthaler, M Essat, P. Tappenden, S Paisley.
A qualitative study to explore the identification and reviewing of evidence used in cost-effectiveness models in health technology assessments
The selection and review of evidence in cost effectiveness models
E Kaltenthaler, P Tappenden, S Paisley.
The identification and review of evidence to inform cost effectiveness models.
Developing conceptual models to inform health economic evaluation
Uttley L, et al.
Minimally Invasive Oesophagectomy versus Open Surgery: where are the randomised controlled trials?
Chris Carroll, Andrew Booth and Susan Harnan.
Qualitative evidence synthesis for HTA.
Christopher Carroll, Andrew Booth and Sandy Oliver.
Can you have patient-cetnred care without an exploration of patients’ views, preferences or experiences? A role for qualitative evidence synthesis in HTA.
Sue Harnan, Emma Simpson, John W. Stevens, et al.
A systematic review and meta analysis of the clinical effectiveness of cilostazol, naftidrofuryl oxalate, pentoxifylline and inositol nicotinate for symptom management of intermittent claudication.
Diagnostic accuracy of echocardiography for co-existing pathologies in atrial fibrillation patients: systematic review
Allan Wailoo, Monica Hernanadez Alava and Antonio Escobar Martinez
Modelling the relationship between the WOMAC Osteoarthritis Index and EQ-5D
Monica Hernandez Alava and Allan Wailoo
Estimating EQ-5D health state values for Rheumatoid Arthritis patients: a limited dependent variable, mixture modelling approach
J Leaviss, C Carroll, J Stevens, J Wang, S Goodacre, F Morris
Prognostic accuracy of Exercise ECG and CT Coronary Angiography to predict Major Adverse Cardiac Events (MACE) in patients with suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACE): A systematic review
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