Advances in health economic evaluation methods in the absence of random allocation
The seminar will present on advances in health economic methods in absence of random allocation.
About the speaker
Richard Grieve is a Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the London School of Hygience and Tropical Medicine.
Richard leads a research team that focuses on developing quantitative methods for health economic evaluation. Their expertise lies in the design and analysis of health economic evaluations that use Randonmised Controlled Trials and observational data.
This complements the wide range of work undertaken by Richard's team, including developing methods to address issues like non-compliance, missing data, confounding due to treatment selection, and external validity.
For more information about Richard and his research, please see the link at the LSHTM.
Lunch will be available from 12.30.