Our most recent SHE event took place in Dundee.
Date: 6 September 2022, 10.15 to 15.30.
Location: University of Dundee, Dalhousie Building or Virtual.
The morning session focused on the use of routine data in health economics. Scotland has a rich source of routine data and has been a pioneer in the use of linked health service data. The aim of this session wass to discuss the routine data in health economics with a view to encourage its use and explore potential collaborations.
The afternoon session included 3-minute presentations by early career health economists (organised by the Scottish Health Economics Early Career (SHEEC) network) and a session on careers in health economics.
10.15 – Welcome
10.30 to 12.30 – Use of routine data in health economics
Scotland has a rich source of routine data and has been a pioneer in the use of linked health service data. Routine data in health economics was encouraged with a view to encourage its use and explore potential collaborations.
- Overview of routine data in Scotland
- Use of routine data in Health Technology Assessment (HTA): Peter Hall, University of Edinburgh
- Use of routine data to examine workforce issues. Colin Tilley, NHS Education Scotland (NES)
- Use of routine data to examine social care issues. Claudia Geue, University of Glasgow
- Combining Administrative and Survey data to inform senior policy leaders during COVID-19. Alastair Irvine and Nils Michael, Scottish Government
- Breakout sessions – share experiences, ideas for research, potential for collaboration etc
12.30 – 13.30 – Lunch and networking
13.30 – 14.30 – Short presentations by early career health economists (3 minutes and 1 slide)
Organised by the Scottish Health Economics Early Career (SHEEC) network.
14.30 – 15.15 – Careers in health economics
Overview of careers in health economics in academia, NHS and government. Short presentations from health economists in academia, Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS), Scottish Government, and Public Health Scotland (PHS) followed by discussion.
15.15 – 15.30 – Closing remarks