Thursday, 19 December 2013

ScHARR News - Thursday 19th December 2013


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Workshop on Utility Data for Health Technology Assessment
The course examines in detail the requirements for utility data in health technology assessment for agencies such as NICE. It covers both how to measure and use utility to meet the current requirements of NICE and recent research including EQ-5D-5L valuation, measuring wellbeing and use of social value QALY weightings in Value Based Pricing. It is delivered by a world leading team of experts in utility measurement from ScHARR at the University of Sheffield.The course is for academics, Government agencies, pharmacoeconomics and outcomes experts in industry, and consultancies with an interest in
No Library, Information Specialist is an Island - CILIP MmIT AGM and Technology Talks
On the 17th December CILIP's Multimedia and Information Technology Committee met for their quarterly meeting and yearly AGM at CILIP Headquarters.The morning started with our usual two hour meeting where we discussed everything from our journal to next year's conference in Sheffield which will be on the exciting theme of Sound & Vision.We were also lucky to be visited by Anthony Thompson who was one of the committee's longest serving members going back to the 1970s and a member of the journal's editorial board. After lunch guest speakers and Annual General Meeting attendees joined us for o
Professor Pam Enderby to Retire
Professors Sue Mawson, Mark Hawley, Pam Enderby and Gail MountainOne of the RAT’s most treasured members, Professor PamEnderby is to retire at the end of 2013. In order to mark this special occasion, an event was held in the ICOSS building on Tuesday 17th December, 2013. Work and family came together to celebrate Professor Enderby’s outstanding career. Jon Nicholl, Dean of ScHARR, and RAT Group leader and work colleague, Professor Mark Hawley spoke kind words regarding her contributions to Speech and Language Therapy, research, and the University. Professor Enderby thanked everybody for atten

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