22 June 2011
On 22 July, a session to discuss financing and health delivery priorities will be conducted at Pompeu Fabra University.
This session includes two conferences:
15 – 16 h. "Using health services research for priority setting in health care: UK's NICE and other models", by John Cairns, professor at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and member of National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence Appraisal Committee.
16 – 17 h. "Spending on health care; How much is enough?", by Lise Rochaix, chair of Economic Evaluation and Public Health Committee of Haute Autorité de Santé.
17 – 17:45 h. Discussion.
Address: Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Ramon Trias Fargas, 25-27. Roger de Llúria building. Sala de Graus Albert Calsamiglia. Barcelona.
This event, sponsored by the Foundation, is part of the Global Health Leadership Forum: a health management seminar organized by the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, the Centre for Research in Economics and Health (CRES) and the University of Berkeley.
Registration for this event is now closed, since the maximum room capacity has been reached.