Journal clubs offer the opportunity for 1 or 2 of the selected article’s authors to present a summary of their paper, which is then followed by a discussion and chance for participants to ask questions. Currently, journal club invitations are extended to ISPOR special interest group members and student members. Attending journal clubs are a benefit of being a member of a special interest group. To join a special interest group click here. Please contact us for more information on participating in future journal clubs.
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Previously Recorded Sessions
- "Cost-effectiveness of magnetic resonance imaging in prostate cancer screening: A microsimulation study"- March 2022
- "Assessing cost-effectiveness of early intervention in Alzheimer's disease: An open-source modeling framework" - November 2021
- "Examining equity effects of health interventions in cost-effectiveness analysis: A systematic review" - November 2021
- "Using Real-World Evidence For US Payer Coverage Decision-Making"- November 2021
- "Intrapatient Comparisons Of Efficacy In A Single-Arm Trial Of Entrectinib In Tumour-Agnostic Indication" - July 2021
- "A review of methodological considerations for economic evaluations of gene therapies and their application in literature" - April 2021
- "Development and Validation of the Evaluation Platform in COPD (EPIC): A Population-Based Outcomes Model of COPD for Canada" - March 2021
- "Linking the Regulatory and Reimbursement Processes for Medical Devices: The Need for Integrated Assessments" - March 2021
- "Shedding Light on Reimbursement Policies of Companion Diagnostics in European Countries" - May 2020
- "Long-term Survival and Cost-effectiveness Associated with Axicabtagene Ciloleucel vs Chemotherapy for Treatment of B-Cell Lymphom " - January 2020
Open Source Models Special Interest Group
Title of Article: “Examining equity effects of health interventions in cost-effectiveness analysis: A systematic review”
Date: November 2021Back to Top