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Membership Benefits
 

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

  • Five individual memberships for staff and/or students in your Department/Unit with all the associated benefits.
  • Listing on the university member webpage with a link to your website.
  • Feature article on your Department/Unit in a monthly iHEA newsletter.
  • Detailed overview of your training programs on a dedicated iHEA webpage of health economics training programs (only programs of university members will be included), and dissemination of key course information (e.g. application deadlines) on the iHEA Twitter account.
  • Promoting your upcoming conferences and other meetings through the iHEA events page.
  • Advertising employment and postdoctoral fellowship opportunities on the iHEA job board and on the iHEA Twitter account at no cost.
  • A shared exhibition table to disseminate information on your Department/Unit’s research and teaching programs at the iHEA congress at no cost.
  • Access to a small meeting room during iHEA congresses on a pre-booked, first-come-first-served basis (e.g. for collaborative research project meetings).
  • 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.

iHEA has noted that some universities will provide financial support for individual membership of professional associations but will not provide financial support for university membership.  In such cases, the above benefits of university membership will be made available if there are eight or more individual iHEA members within that Department or Unit (which can include up to three early career researchers and/or students).  Where university benefits are obtained through cumulative individual memberships, acknowledging iHEA University membership on the Department/Unit’s website with a link to the iHEA website is requested in reciprocity.  Please contact ihea@healtheconomics.org to arrange for this type of membership.

 

Benefits for Organizational Members

Note: Organizational membership is open to non-university/academic institutions such as consultancy groups, health insurance agencies etc.

  • Five individual memberships with all the associated benefits.
  • Listing on the organizational member webpage with a link to your website.
  • Advertising employment opportunities on the iHEA job board and on the iHEA Twitter account at no cost.
  • 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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The International Health Economics Association was formed to increase communication among health economists, foster a higher standard of debate in the application of economics to health and health care systems, and assist young researchers at the start of their careers.

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