Structured Benefit-Risk Assessment – Methodology and Practice
Hilton Garden Inn, Heathrow, UK
The aim of this workshop is to provide participants an understanding of structured benefit-risk assessments, and the regulatory requirements on benefit-risk assessment within the EU. The 2 day course includes a practical workshop whereby participants will critically evaluate the benefit-risk balance of medicinal and healthcare product(s) in a robust and transparent manner. The course will provide participants the opportunity to gain insight and develop modelling skills in benefit-risk assessment, with an emphasis on multi-criteria decision analysis. Structured Benefit-Risk Assessment – Methodology and Practice - Flyer
- Regulatory issues surrounding benefit-risk (BR) assessment
- Planning a structured BR assessment
- BR assessment methodologies
- Making the right methodology choices
- The involvement of multiple stakeholders in a BR assessment
- BR assessment in regulatory submissions
- Quantitative modelling in BR assessment
- Modelling benefit-risk balance and uncertainty involving multiple stakeholders
- Application and issues of BR assessment in health technology assessments
Lecturers taken from academia and industry with an involvement in the IMI PROTECT Initiative on Benefit-Risk Assessment and industry group’sown initiatives.
Keynote speakers include Prof Deborah Ashby (Imperial College) and Prof Larry Phillips (London School of Economics).
|Course runs from: ||12:00 – 18.30 (registration from 10:00) on Day 1 and |
| || 09:00 – 16:30 on Day 2. |
|PSI Members ||£495 plus VAT |
|Non - members ||£570 plus VAT (includes PSI membership for 1 year) |
|Academic ||£295 plus VAT |
Registration costs (includes lunch and refreshments)
Registration for this 2 day course is now closed.
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