PriMHE Lecture: Relative Effectiveness and the Impact on Drug Development
OHE’s Adrian Towse will give a lecture at the Medical University of Vienna on relative effectiveness and the impact on drug development. OHE’s Adrian Towse will give a lecture on 2nd July 2015 in Vienna as part of the PriMHE…
OHE’s Adrian Towse will give a lecture at the Medical University of Vienna on relative effectiveness and the impact on drug development.
OHE’s Adrian Towse will give a lecture on 2nd July 2015 in Vienna as part of the PriMHE (Programme in the Methods of Health Economics) series organised by the Department of Health Economics at the Medical University of Vienna. The topic of the lecture will be relative effectiveness and the impact on drug development.
The lecture will present the results of a recent study conducted by OHE and researchers at the Center for Medical Technology Policy (CMTP) in Baltimore which explored the key factors influencing the future environment for generating and using relative effectiveness evidence in the EU and the USA. The lecture will discuss the implications of these results for a new paradigm for drug development by the pharmaceutical industry.
Prior registration is required. View the full invite here.
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