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Conferences/Annual Meetings 

Abstract Submission for 2019 ASSA Annual Meeting

The International Health Economics Association (iHEA), the American Society of Health Economists (ASHEcon),  and the Health Economics Research Organization (HERO) are soliciting papers for presentation at the 2019 annual meeting of the Allied Social Sciences Association (ASSA), which includes the American Economic Association, to be held in Atlanta, Georgia on January 4-6, 2019 (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). Based upon submitted abstracts, papers will be selected for 2 iHEA-organized sessions, 1 ASHEcon-organized session, and 5 HERO-organized sessions.

iHEA seeks abstracts for sessions that will focus on international health economics research, ASHEcon seeks abstracts related to US-focused health economics topics, and HERO seeks abstracts on all issues of relevance to the health economics field.

If you would like to submit your abstract as part of a group of abstracts for consideration as a complete session, please note the other abstracts in the Notes section of the abstract submission form and provide suggested discussants for each paper. Please note that this is not a guarantee that all papers in a set would necessarily be on the program.

Parallel review will take place by distinct review committees. The iHEA review committee will be chaired by the President-Elect (Winnie Yip, Harvard University). The ASHEcon review will be performed by Past-President (Mark Pauly, University of Pennsylvania), Kate Bundorf (Stanford University), Christopher "Kitt" Carpenter (Vanderbilt University), Robin McKnight (Wellesley College), and Frank Sloan (Duke University). The HERO Review Committee is comprised of Donald Yett (USC, HERO Program Chair), Amanda Kowalski (Yale University), and Kosali Simon (Indiana University).

iHEA, ASHEcon, and HERO are independent organizations each with affiliate status in the ASSA.

You can submit your abstracts using this form.The deadline for submissions is May 1, 2018.

Resource Allocation in Personalised Medicine: Evaluation, Translation & Ethics | Co-hosted by the Health Economics Research Centre, the Nuffield Department of Population Health, the Centre for Personalised Medicine & the Ethox Centre, University of Oxford | Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre, St. Anne's College, Oxford | June 19, 2018

2018 International Health Congress | Health & Sustainable Development Goals, Clinical Trials, New Developments in Health Services | Oxford | June 28 - 30, 2018

The Agriculture, Nutrition, Health Scientific Symposium and Academy Week | Kathmandu, Nepal | July 9 - 13, 2018

European Health Economics Association, EuHEA 2018 Conference | "Shaping the Future: The Role of Health Economics" | Maastricht, The Netherlands | July 11 - 14, 2018

 Fourth Meeting on Patient Reported Outcomes and Person Centered Care in Mental Health  | Symptoms of Mental Disorders: New Research, Treatments, Digital Health  | Washington, D.C. | September 21 - 23, 2018

Call for papers for the 2018 AHES Conference and AHED Workshop | Deadline to submit: June 2, 2018 | Conference dates: September 24 - 26, 2018


Academic Programs/Scholarship Opportunities

Health Economics and Policy Blended Learning PhD Lancaster University | The programme is offered part-time and via blended e-learning, allowing a great deal of flexibility to those with other commitments who wish to study off campus.The course is aimed at individuals based in international settings, or in the UK. 


Workshops/Short Courses

Register for the Health Systems Summer Institute

June 11-23, 2018: The Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is hosting a Health Systems Summer Institute. The Institute is a great opportunity for early- to mid-career professionals to expand their skill sets and improve job performance.15 courses will be offered, including three health economics courses:

  • Behavioral Economics in Health Decisions, June 11-14. Taught by Dr. Antonio Trujillo
  • Introduction to Improving Quality in Public Health Practice, June 11-14. Taught by Dr. David Bishai
  • High Performing Organizations in LMIC Settings, June 18-20. Taught by Dr. Cyrus Engineer

Other topics include health equity, policy advocacy, gender analysis, injury and trauma prevention, designing transformative innovation, primary health care, humanitarian health, health systems strengthening and more. Course options are available from one-day to two-week formats to suit a variety of different schedules. Registration is open until June 8. Click here for more information.

Economics of Health Inequality
Location: University of Rotterdam, Erasmus Campus | Course dates: June 25 - 29 | Application deadline: May 15

Call for papers: 6th Workshop in Behavioral and Experimental Health Economics 
Location: University of Oslo | Dates: 13 - 14, December, 2018 | Abstract Submission deadline: 7 September, 2018

Blended Learning PhD and MSc in Health Economics and Policy at Lancaster University 
PhD: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/fhm/study/phd-study/courses/health-economics-and-policy-phd/ 
MSc: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/fhm/study/masters/courses/health-economics-and-policy-msc/ 

Short courses in Health Economics: Centre for Health Economics, University of York
Location: York, UK

Short courses in Health Economics: Health Economics Unit, Centre for Health Policy, University of Melbourne
Location: Melbourne, Australia

University College London: MSc Health Economics and Decision Programme


iHEA University and Organizational members may submit health economics news to ihea@healtheconomics.org. All submissions are made without warranty and are published at the sole discretion of iHEA.

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