Our respondents didn’t understand these questions – do you?

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Dr Alison Pearce has won a Best Poster Presentation Award at the Health Economics Study Group Winter Meeting 2016 (HESG) held in Manchester in January 2016. The award was given for Alison’s poster “Our respondents didn’t understand these questions – do you? Cognitive interviewing highlights unanticipated decision making in a discrete choice experiment.” The poster described 17 ...

ISPOR Best New Investigator Award

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Dr Alison Pearce has won a Best New Investigator Presentation Award at the Annual European Congress of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR). The award recognises the scientific merit of a podium presentation at the conference, which was held in Milan, Italy. The award was given for Alison’s work which found that ...

Research on the costs of cancer to be presented at an international conference in India

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Cancer deaths in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (the largest emerging economies in the world) result in over $51 billion (USD) in lost productivity each year. These results are being presented at an international conference in India today. Researchers at the National Cancer Registry Ireland (NCRI) have estimated that lost productivity due to ...

ISPOR 2013 Posters

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I am attending the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) conference in Dublin on the 2nd to the 6th of November. As part of this I am presenting two posters related to my PhD. 1. Can administrative data predict chemotherapy adverse events? 2. Australian standard costs and consequences of four chemotherapy adverse events. ...