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Benefits for Individual Members

  • Be listed in and access the searchable iHEA membership directory.
  • Interact with over 2,000 professionals from more than 80 countries who work on a broad range of methodological and empirical aspects of health economics.
  • Benefit from lower iHEA congress registration fees.
  • Preferential registration for iHEA webinars and access to recorded webinars online.
  • Access to the iHEA members-only networking web platform and mobile app (SocialLink).
  • Ability to submit a proposal for a Special Interest Group or join any of the already approved member-driven Special Interest Groups
  • Access a range of other resources, that are being added to and updated on an ongoing basis.

Benefits for University Members

  • One individual membership with all the associated benefits.
  • Promote your upcoming conferences, meetings and training programs through the iHEA events page.
  • Advertise employment opportunities on the iHEA job board at no cost.
  • 50% off the cost of advertising in the iHEA Congress program.
  • Access to the iHEA members-only networking web platform and mobile app (SocialLink).
  • Ability to submit a proposal for a Special Interest Group or join any of the already approved member-driven Special Interest Groups

Benefits for Organizational Members

  • One individual membership with all the associated benefits.
  • Advertise employment opportunities on the iHEA job board at no cost.
  • 50% off the cost of advertising in the iHEA Congress program.
  • Access to the iHEA members-only networking web platform and mobile app (SocialLink).
  • Ability to submit a proposal for a Special Interest Group or join any of the already approved member-driven Special Interest Groups

 

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