Maximising the Value of Clinical Trial Data

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The University of Glasgow
Start - End
23 Oct - 5 Nov
Study Options
£ 710 - 1184
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The University of Glasgow is running a **NEW** ODL course in October 2020. Maximising the Value of Clinical Trial Data: [Advanced] Analysis for Economic Evaluation and Modelling is a natural follow-on from advanced modelling courses and covers the fundamental concepts and practice of the key advanced analytic techniques that are required when determining appropriate approaches and estimating parameter values for cost-effectiveness models. It is also highly relevant to those seeking to improve the relevance of trial based cost-effectiveness. It will be run using a blend of live lectures from world-class experts and tutor-supported practical exercises.

The course will cover:

  • Regression analysis to estimate costs and utilities based on trial data, including the use of appropriate techniques for analysing panel data with repeated measures per patient, dealing with differential follow-up, censoring, missing data and skewed data
  • Survival analysis techniques including the use parametric survival analysis, competing risks analysis, cure models, and multi-state modelling
  • Treatment switching techniques such as rank-preserving structural failure time (RPSFMT), inverse probability of censoring weights (IPCW) and two stage estimation models.


Week 1: 21st - 23rd October 2020

Week 2: 28th - 30th October 2020

Week 3: 4th & 5th November 2020


  • Lower and middle income countries (LMIC) £710
  • Public/academic £760
  • Commercial sector £1,184


The fee is payable in advance. A refund of the course fee will be made for cancellations received in writing up to one month prior to the course date. Cancellations made after that date are non refundable. Substitutions are allowed but new delegate details must be provided at least one week before course start date.

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