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MEDICal REsearch Support is a scientific- post graduate- international -life long learning- medical education and publication program for health care professionals aiming to support medical research by ‘Evidence Based Medicine and Medical Decision Making’ tools, especially Biostatistics.

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MedicRes Cost Effective Analysis

  1. 1. MedicReS COURSE Introduction to Cost Effectiveness Analysis “MedicReS aims to educate researchers and provoke discussion about good scientific method, statistics, ethics, publication, and education. Faced with stifling bureaucracy, competition for funds and employer pressure to deliver results, finding the time and space to produce the best research can seem an arduous process. “ The Lancet. PURPOSE MedicReS Education Center in Vienna To improve the quantitative and analytical skills needed for careers in Cost Effectiveness Analysis Designing CEA • Define interventions to be compared • Define the perspective of analysis • Determine the analytic time frame • Sources of cost data: own, surveys, cost studies, insurance rates • What cost categories will be included? • Describe the statistical analysis of costs • Inflation adjustment • Discounting of future costs • Justify the measure/s of effectiveness & how each will be obtained • If HRQL: surveys, direct methods, or literature reviews? • Calculate ICER, Sensitivity analyses, 95% CI and CE acceptability curves • Decision model to be used (if any), i.e. Markov models • Summarize everything briefly in results/grant proposals MedicReS Course in Vienna 2012 Mihail Samnaliev, PhD, Health Economist Key Subjects: Why use cost effectiveness analysis? Definition and applications of CEA Using CEA to improve policy making and health outcomes Measurement & analysis & interpretation of costs and effectiveness Proposing and designing a CEA
  2. 2. Why teaching of good medical research methods ? “It has thus become increasingly important that the teaching of good medical research methods be expanded to scientists and institutions in low and middle-income countries that face major health challenges in the decades ahead. There is a critical shortage of technical skills in these countries--and for that matter in first-world nations--of researchers who are imbued with a deep understanding of the fundamental ideas underlying the successful design and analysis of medical and public health research studies.” Nicholas P. JEWELL, PhD, MedicReS World Congress 2012 LOCATION Vienna Welcome to Vienna, The capital of bon viveurs! As an art metropolis and the world capital of music, Vienna has a host of attractive events for visitors, as well as legendary charm, traditional and modern features, spacious squares, old buildings, delightful narrow streets, and gardens and parks around every corner. Give in to Vienna's attractions, immerse yourself...
  3. 3. CLASSES MedicReS Course in Istanbul 2011 With 8, 16, 24 Capacity Classes MedicReS Education Based on Andragogy  Self-concept moves from dependency to independency or self-directedness.  Accumulate a reservoir of experiences that can be used as a basis on which to build learning.  Readiness to learn becomes increasingly associated with the developmental tasks of social roles.  Time and curricular perspectives change from postponed to immediacy of application and from subject-centeredness to performance centeredness . Knowles, M. S. (1980). The modern practice of adult education. Chicago MedicReS Course in Vienna 2008 MedicReS Course in Prague 2011 COMPUTER APPLICATION MedCalc is Official software of MedicReS; all participants will use and get original MedCalc license in this Course Program. MedCalc is user-friendly statistical software. MedCalc is a complete statistical program for Windows designed to closely match the requirements of biomedical researchers. It is fast, user-friendly and reliable. All future updates free of charge. MedCalc is the most user-friendly software for medical researcher. www.medcalc.org
  4. 4. CERTIFICATION & ACCREDITATION MedicReS Credit Accreditation Certificate MedicReS Accredited Continuous Medical Education Credit (MACMEC) Equal to 1 ECMEC (European Credit Continuous Medical Education) The “One Hour equals One Credit” applies with a maximum of 3 MACMEC per half day and 6 MACMEC 's per full day activity. MACMEC's can then be translated by the National Accreditation Authorities in the World in to the National Credits WWW.UEMS.NET What is Accredited CME? Learner-Centered, Practice-Based “Accredited CME is based on a learner-centered, continuous improvement model. Accredited providers facilitate self-directed, practice-based education that supports physicians’ commitment to lifelong learning. Whether health care professionals work in clinical care, research, administration, executive leadership, or other areas of medicine, accredited CME is tailored to their needs and scope of practice. CME is designed to offer solutions to real-world practice issues. In addition to providing updates on the latest medical practices, guidelines, and research, accredited CME activities address local community health concerns and support problem-solving and quality improvement initiatives within health professionals' institutions. Accredited CME is offered through a wide range of formats and structures. Much more than traditional lectures and grand rounds, CME encompasses one-on-one training, performance-improvement projects, patient safety initiatives, online simulation, and learning from teaching, courses, team-based learning, and numerous other approaches.” http://www.accme.org/ LANGUAGE: English MAIN SPECIALTY: Please select your specialty area via MedicReS Clinics DURATION: 1 day CREDITS: 6 MACMEC COURSE FEE: 450 Euro + VAT INCLUDINGS: Life Long Valid MedCalc Computer Statistical Program License, Course Materials, Participation Certificate
  5. 5. MedicReS CLINICS MedicReS Courses are available in following specialty areas for newborn, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients  Anesthesiology & Reanimation  Cardiology  Cardiovascular & Thoracic  Chest Diseases  Chest Surgery  Dermatology  Emergency Medicine  General Surgery  Internal Medicine  Neurology  Neurosurgery  Obstetrics & Gynecology  Ophthalmology  Orthopedics & Traumatology  Otorhinolaryngology  Pediatric Surgery  Pediatrics  Psychiatry  Radiology  Urology

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