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This session is curated by the Early Career Committee but targeted at the broad audience participating in CNES.
The "Meet the Editors” will feature three distinguished editors in the fields of economics and health economics. It aims to provide a platform for editors to present their journals, discuss the submission and review processes, debate the critical factors to consider when choosing a journal and give their advice on how to write and peer-review papers.
There will be a Q&A where editors provide attendees with tailored advice on how to increase the likelihood of publication in health economics.
Speakers: Manuel Gomes (University College London, Value in Health), Eleonora Fichera (University of Bath, Health Economics) and Luís Costa (ISEG Lisbon School of Economics and Management, Portuguese Economic Journal).
This session is curated by the Early Career Committee and is subject to registration. Lunch will be served during the session.
Health economics is a discipline that cuts across several sectors. From academia to industry, consultancy and public policy, many players participate in and benefit from this area of knowledge. This workshop aims to raise awareness of the sectors that work in the field of health economics and the interconnections between them.
At the end of this session, it is hoped that participants will be able to identify the sectors involved; their objectives and what contribution health economics can make to achieving them; their focus of action and what set of skills they are looking for in a health economist.
Speakers: Ana Maria Reis (Entidade Reguladora da Saúde), Luís Silva Miguel (IQVIA) and Mónica Inês (Pfizer)
Innovative interventions, projects and programs currently being implemented in the Portuguese health system will be presented. These include new models of care, changes in governance and financing of services, and programs aiming at health promotion and prevention of disease, among others.
Following the presentation there will be time for a dedicated discussion aiming at these projects often have a component of data collection, monitoring and evaluation, which could benefit considerably from health economics insight and methods to produce relevant and robust evidence for the system promoting health economics research about the projects.
By fostering the interaction between health professionals running these projects and health economists they aim at incentivizing collaboration and creating opportunities for co-creation.
Award ceremony for the Pedro Pita Barros Prize 2022.
This prize, organised by the Portuguese Association of Health Economics (APES) and sponsored by the National Association of Pharmacies (ANF), aims to encourage research in the field of Health Economics by young researchers. It is awarded every two years and has a monetary value of €3,500.
It aims at recognising the best scientific article in the field of Health Economics published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.
The 18th CNES Dinner will be held on October 12, at 8 pm, at Carpintarias de São Lázaro (Google Maps).
Located 500 meters (6 minutes walk) from NOVA Medical School, Carpintarias de São Lázaro - Centro Cultural is the realization of the use of the space of the former Carpintaria de São Lázaro, an industrial project in Lisbon in the 1920s, for a markedly contemporary cultural project that aims to bring an ambitious and avant-garde approach to the city of Lisbon.
The Conference dinner will be held in this facility as a result of a partnership between the Associação Cultural e Recreativa das Carpintarias de São Lázaro, a private non-profit organization, and the Associação Portuguesa de Economia da Saúde.
Find out more about this project at https://www.carpintariasdesaolazaro.pt/.