The course examines in detail the requirements for utility data in health technology assessment for agencies such as NICE. It covers both how to measure and use utility to meet the current requirements of NICE and recent research including EQ-5D-5L valuation, measuring wellbeing and use of social value QALY weightings in Value Based Pricing. It is delivered by a world leading team of experts in utility measurement from ScHARR at the University of Sheffield.
The course is for academics, Government agencies, pharmacoeconomics and outcomes experts in industry, and consultancies with an interest in the use of health state utility data. It is an updated version of a course run six times over the last five years that was attended by delegates from all around the world.
Further details can be found here.