Economic evaluations are an important component in substance use, HIV, and HCV research, providing critical evidence to develop new and effective approaches to treatment. To support researchers, clinicians, and trainees who are new to economic evaluation, we offer training on using appropriate tools to collect economic data and disseminate results.
Introduction to Economic Evaluations
The training provides an overview of methods and describes the purpose and significance of economic evaluation. The workshops are designed to help participants who are new to health economics gain a better understanding of the approaches and how economic evaluation can elevate a study.
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