Robin Lau takes you through the seven steps for completing an economic evaluation: 1. Define the decision problem; 2. Identify, measure and value the resource use of each alternative; 3. Consider perspective, time horizon and other relevant alternatives; 4. Identify, measure and value the consequences of each alternative; 5. Integrate evidence and values; 6. Explore assumptions and evaluation uncertainty; 7. Interpret results.
Recorded – July 2019
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