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  • Cost-effectiveness acceptability SURFACE

    July 2, 2020 by

    Listening to a recent talk I realised that there doesn’t seem to be common name for something commonly used in health economic evaluation. There are the staple plots which everyone will recognise: the cost-effectiveness plane and the cost-effectiveness acceptability curve (CEAC). The CEAC gives the probability of being cost-effective for different willingness to pay thresholds.… Read more

  • Health Economics in R Data Hack

    March 21, 2020 by

    On January 21st – 22nd 2020 at Queen’s University Belfast, we hosted the second health economics in R event – a workshop/hackathon/data dive mash-up. (Read about the first one here). Generally, day one was aimed more at people new to health economics and R. Day two was aim more at those more familiar with health… Read more

  • Health Economics in R Hackathon

    November 25, 2019 by

    Imperial College 2019 On November 6th – 7th 2019 at Imperial College London, we hosted the first health economics in R hackathon. The event was aimed at health economists, statistcians and R users who are interested in creating new R tools to tackle problems in health economics large or small. There was a lot of… Read more

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