Valuing Vaccines: The Economics of Vaccines & Immunisations
On 26th April we will be joined by global experts to discuss the value of equity in access to vaccines worldwide, and hear from practitioners in the economic evaluation of vaccines in resource constrained environments.
26/04/23 03:00 pm
The free-to-attend webinar allows delegates to discover more about the EVIA programme, with tasters of the content and insights from those who have developed the learning materials and provided in-depth interviews on the economics of vaccines and immunisation in Africa.
Practical lessons in economic evaluation of vaccines in Sub-Saharan Africa | Joseph Babigumira | Health Economist, Independent Consultant
Towards a comprehensive evaluation of vaccines in resource-constrained environments | JP Sevilla | Head of Life Sciences Practice, Data for Decisions, LLC
The global imperative for ensuring equitable access to vaccines: COVID-19 case study | Eleanor Bell | Principal Economist, OHE
Q&A session with all speakers | Moderated by Lotte Steuten | Deputy CEO, OHE
THE EVIA PROGRAMME
The EVIA programme is an online, educational course which builds the capacity and confidence of sub-Saharan African policymakers and immunisation managers to assess the costs, consequences and value for money of vaccines through economic evaluation and make evidence–based decisions around national immunisation programmes.
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