IMMUNIZATION ECONOMICS third thursdays
Webinar curriculum is developed by a team of experts from Harvard and Johns Hopkins universities about updates in the field. Attendance is open to all. To receive a certificate of completion, participants must attend at least 80% of the webinar series offered in the calendar year and fill their respective post-webinar surveys.
All Webinars are 10:o0am EST:
- May 17th : [Panel] Lessons Learned - Resch (Mod), Brenzel, Bishai, Bloom, Vaughan
- June 21st : [IVAC] Cost of vaccine-preventable illnesses, a case study
- July 19th : [VOVRN] Wider socio-economic impact of Immunization
- Aug 16th : [TVEE] How to teach vaccine economics
- Sep 20th : [EPIC] Effective sampling methods for costing exercise
- Oct 18th : [EPIC] Avoiding common errors in estimating costs
- Nov 15th : [ICAN] Unit cost repository and its impact on policy-making
- Dec 20th : [Panel] What can we do to further the field? - Brenzel (Mod)
This webinar series is conducted in collaboration between the Immunization Economics collaborative, the International Health Economics Association (iHEA) Immunization Economics SIG, and Teaching Vaccine Economics Everywhere (TVEE).