Antwerp, Belgium

Modelling Infectious Diseases and Health Economic

when 5 September 2022 - 9 September 2022
language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 1200

Interested in quantitative research and want to learn about infectious disease models and health economic evaluation? We offer a flexible 5-day program on epidemiological modelling using a variety of mathematical models for airborne and close-contact diseases. In addition, the course continues with theory and best practice of health economic evaluations with a focus on vaccines. This course aims to teach hands-on using the R-software.

Course leader

Prof. Lander Willem (University of Antwerp)
Prof. Philippe Beutels (University of Antwerp)
Prof. Niel Hens (Hasselt University, University of Antwerp)
Dr. Pietro Coletti (Hasselt University)

Target group

Health science professionals, (bio)statisticians, economists, mathematicians, etc. who want to expand their modelling toolbox and/or increase their understanding of cost-effectiveness analysis

Credits info

3 EC
3 ECTS credits are awarded upon successful completion of the programme. All certificates of completion are issued as a micro-credential.

Fee info

EUR 1200: Registration fee (5 days)
Profit and commercial sector: €1200

We recommend the full course, but offer the possibility to follow only the part on mathematical modelling (days 1-3) or health economics (days 4-5):

Days 1 - 3: €400/€800 (public/profit)
Days 4 - 5: €250/€500 (public/profit)

The registration fee includes course material, coffee breaks and lunch. It does not include dinners or accommodation.
EUR 600: Academic and public sector: €600

The registration fee includes course material, coffee breaks and lunch. It does not include dinners or accommodation.

Scholarships

A discount of €50 will be given to members of the Quetelet society.