The DSU provides training on behalf of NICE. We have run events for the NICE technical team, appraisal committee members and those submitting evidence (manufacturers, consultancies and academic groups).
These courses have covered general issues around technology assessment and appraisals, the application of specific methods in areas such as evidence synthesis and the use of software for decision modelling.
For more information on our courses or events that the DSU could run, contact the DSU Programme Coordinator, Donna Davis.
Training resources produced by the DSU provide assistance to those involved in submitting or critiquing evidence as part of the NICE Technology Appraisals Programme.
Non-DSU training courses
- Short courses at the University of Sheffield, School for Health and Related Research (ScHARR)
- Short courses at the University of York, Centre for Health Economics (CHE)
- Multiple-parameter Evidence Synthesis Research Group Courses
Observational data - In-person (London) - 31 October 2023
Previous masterclasses in 2023
Methods for mapping health utilities for NICE submissions - Virtual - 26th & 27th June 2023 0930-1130.
What makes a good submission to NICE? - In-person - 10th May 2023.
Optimising NICE submissions in oncology - In-person - 20th January 2023 (postponed from November 3rd)
Previous masterclasses in 2022
Evidence Synthesis for NICE submissions - Virtual - October 10th/12th/14th 2022
What makes a good submission to NICE? - In-person - 23rd May 2022
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