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Medical & Dental Sciences Conferences & Events

Medical & Dental Sciences Conferences & Events

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Mechanisms of Inflammation Symposium 2022

Description

A one day conference focussed on inflammation across areas of human disease and infection. Hosted at the Edgbaston Park Hotel on the University of Birmingham campus, this event will showcase a wide variety of speakers from different areas of inflammation research.
External speakers include:
- Professor Katerina Akassoglou, UC San Francisco, https://gladstone.org/people/katerina-akassoglou
- Dr Matthew Hepworth, University of Manchester, https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/matthew.hepworth.html
- Professor Sussan Nourshargh, Queen Mary University, https://www.qmul.ac.uk/whri/people/academic-staff/items/noursharghsussan.html
There are slots available for short talks and posters (prizes available). Please submit abstracts here by 18th September 2022.

Attendee CategoryCost   
Regular Registration£10.00[Read More]
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MBChB 30 Year Reunion Dinner: 2022

Description

Every year, thanks to funding from the Sir Arthur Thomson Charitable Trust, Medicine and Dentistry alumni who have been graduated 30 years are invited to a special 30-year reunion dinner.

The Sir Arthur Thomson Trust is a charity that was set up in 1964 by Sir Arthur Thomson, an alumnus who became Dean of the Medical School and Vice-Principal of the University. The aim of the Trust is to provide support to Birmingham medicine and dentistry students through scholarships, prizes, equipment and other facilities to help with their educational development.

The evening commences at 6pm with a Tour of the Medical School followed by a wine reception at 7.30pm and dinner served from 8pm in the Great Hall, Aston Webb Building, University of Birmingham.

Graduating Year: 1990-92

Date: Friday 28th October 2022

Dress Code: Black Tie

This event is free for MBChB graduates, spouses/partners are welcome to attend at a cost of £65.

https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/mbchbreunion

Attendee CategoryCost   
Guest Dinner£65.00[Read More]
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Dentistry 30 Year Reunion Dinner: 2022

Description

Every year, thanks to funding from the Sir Arthur Thomson Charitable Trust, Medicine and Dentistry alumni who have been graduated 30 years are invited to a special 30-year reunion dinner.

The Sir Arthur Thomson Trust is a charity that was set up in 1964 by Sir Arthur Thomson, an alumnus who became Dean of the Medical School and Vice-Principal of the University. The aim of the Trust is to provide support to Birmingham medicine and dentistry students through scholarships, prizes, equipment and other facilities to help with their educational development.

The evening commences at 6pm with a Tour of the Dental School followed by a wine reception at 7.30pm and dinner served from 8pm in the Great Hall, Aston Webb Building, University of Birmingham.

Graduating Year: 1990-92

Date: Friday 28th October 2022

Dress Code: Black Tie

This event is free for Dentistry graduates, spouses/partners are welcome to attend at a cost of £65.

www.birmingham.ac.uk/dentistryreunion

Attendee CategoryCostPlace(s) Available  
Guest Dinner£65.000[Read More]
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Economic Evaluation in Healthcare Short Course 2022

Description

This course is designed to go beyond the first principles of economic evaluation. Its focus is the development, extension and application of the main issues and techniques for economic evaluation.

The material covered by the course includes an in-depth coverage of the components of economic evaluation, such as cost data collection analysis, outcome data analysis, health state valuation in general and discounting issues.

Alternative methods for economic evaluation and the relevant frameworks will be discussed with case studies and policy applications.

The module includes inter-active practical sessions on decision modelling, cost-effectiveness acceptability curves and missing data analysis, in which 'hands-on' application and analysis of alternative approaches used in economic evaluation will be demonstrated with full discussion of the advantages and appropriateness of the alternative techniques. The module concludes with a group-based critical appraisal exercise to consolidate the concepts covered during the week.

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/taught/med/pg-modules/economic-evaluation-in-health-care.aspx

Attendee CategoryCost   
Home/EU Private Sector£1599.00[Read More]
Home/EU Public Sector£1109.00[Read More]
Non EU£1617.00[Read More]
UoB Staff£600.00[Read More]
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Policy and Economics of Healthcare Delivery Short Course 2023

Description

Health care systems are under constant reform, much of which has an economic dimension.

This course analyses recent reforms in UK health care and assesses the contribution economics can make to policy evolution in key areas of health care provision.

This course goes beyond the material covered in the Introduction to Health Economics and should equip you to critically appraise health care reforms from both an economic and policy perspective.

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/taught/med/pg-modules/policy-and-economics-of-healthcare-delivery.aspx

Attendee CategoryCost   
Home / EU Private Sector£1599.00[Read More]
Home / EU Public Sector£1109.00[Read More]
Non EU£1617.00[Read More]
UoB Staff£600.00[Read More]
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Modelling for Health Economics Short Course December 2022 & February 2023

Description

An understanding of the uses and limitations of modelling is an essential part of the toolkit of any Health Economist who is involved with Economic Evaluation, either as an analyst or a receiver/user of economic analysis.

This module goes beyond the introductory sessions in the Introduction to Health Economics module and covers the full range of model types that are appropriate for use in Health Economic analysis (such as Markov models, transmission dynamic models and Bayesian approaches to modelling).

PLEASE NOTE that if taken as a short course, this module is taught in conjunction with Statistics for Health Economics 2 which introduces regression techniques and Bayesian statistics for use in modelling.  Both courses will require 8 days attendance in total, three days in December (Statistics) and five days in February (Modelling). The date of the Statistics for Health Economics 2 modules is: 12-14 December 2022.

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/taught/med/pg-modules/modelling-for-health-economics.aspx; https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/taught/med/pg-modules/statistics-for-health-economics-ii.aspx

Attendee CategoryCost   
Home / EU Private Sector£2300.00[Read More]
Home / EU Public Sector£1550.00[Read More]
Non EU£2374.00[Read More]
UoB Staff£800.00[Read More]
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BactiVac 2022 Annual Network Meeting

Description

BactiVac's 2022 Annual Network Meeting, which is rescheduled from the postponed 2020 meeting, is being hosted in collaboration with the KEMRI Wellcome Trust Programme (KWTRP) in Kilifi, Kenya. This will enable our members to not only attend our conference with internationally renowned speakers, but will also offer unique opportunities to hear from local researchers within the KEMRI Wellcome Trust Research Programme (KWTRP).

https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/immunology-immunotherapy/research/bactivac/2022-annual-network-meeting.aspx

Attendee CategoryCost   
1- Regular Registration - Standard£170.00[Read More]
2- Regular Registration - Student/Early Career Researcher£110.00[Read More]
3- LMIC Delegate£55.00[Read More]
4- KWTRP based BactiVac members£30.00[Read More]
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14th Annual EuroHNC Conference

Description

This three day course will cover the current management of head and neck cancer within a multidisciplinary framework. Parallel sessions will focus on the functional impact and rehabilitation of patients with head and neck cancer.  

The course is suitable for trainees (residents and fellows) in ENT, maxillofacial, plastics and oncology in preparation for exams, as well as providing a stimulating update for practising surgeons and physicians and the wider members of the MDT. The functional programme is particularly aimed at allied health professionals.  

www.bhameurohnc.co.uk

Attendee CategoryCost   
1. Standard Registration£650.00[Read More]
2. AHP Full Registration£300.00[Read More]
3. Two-day: AHPs£250.00[Read More]
4. Standard 2-day (Thur - Fri)£400.00[Read More]