14
September
2018

1st Conference of the Swiss Society of Health Economics

The first conference of the Swiss Society of Health Economics will take place on September 14, 2018 at the University of Lucerne under the theme “Health Economics and Health System Reforms".

Event: 1st Conference of the Swiss Society of Health Economics
13
September
2018

Workshop for PHD students in the field of health economics

On September 13, a day before the conference, a PhD workshop will take place also at the University of Lucerne. The workshop gives doctoral students in the field of health economics the opportunity to present and discuss their research projects in a small group of renowned national and international health economists.

Event: Workshop for PHD students in the field of health economics
25
April
2018

The Patient Voice in Drug Development: From Anger to Activism to Established Interaction

This talk shows the history of AIDS activism, its impact on drug development, research and regulation to the EUPATI IMI consortium where patients are systematically trained and prepared to provide a meaningful contribution to all relevant stakeholders.

We are delighted to welcome David H.-U. Haerry, Positive Council Switzerland, European AIDS Treatment Group.

Event: The Patient Voice in Drug Development: From Anger to Activism to Established Interaction
11
April
2018

Demonstrating Value Through Patient Centricity

In today’s pharmaceutical environment, listening to patients’ voice has become ever more so important.

We are delighted to welcome Pierre Pellier, MD, Senior Vice President, Global Medical Affairs, Takeda Pharmaceuticals International AG.

Event: Demonstrating Value Through Patient Centricity
28
March
2018

Big Data – The Right Path Towards Personalized Medicine?

Big Data, captured in electronic medical records or (innovative) diagnostic tools, provide the medical community with a great opportunity to analyze various pathological conditions at an unprecedented depth for many complex diseases.

We are delighted to welcome Prof. Dr. Bernd C. Kieseier, Value Based Medicine, Biogen, Cambridge, MA, USA; Department of Neurology, Heinrich-Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany

Event: Big Data – The Right Path Towards Personalized Medicine?
14
March
2018

The Patient's Voice in Clinical Research – An Academic Point of View

Does academia integrate the patient’s voice? How does it do it and what are the challenges to do so?

We are delighted to welcome Annette Magnin, Managing Director, Swiss Clinical Trial Organisation.

Event: The Patient's Voice in Clinical Research – An Academic Point of View
28
February
2018

Patient Perspective as Integral Part of the Drug Life Cycle

There is an increasing consensus among researchers, drug developers, regulators and patients that patient engagement is critical to fostering patient access to innovative therapies, and delivering better health outcomes for patients.

We are delighted to welcome Conny Berlin, Dipl.-Math., Global Head Quantitative Safety & Epidemiology, Novartis International AG.

Event: Patient Perspective as Integral Part of the Drug Life Cycle
17
May
2017

Toward a Global Learning System for Health Improvement

The world now has the opportunity to harness the power of information technology to improve individual and population health through the achievement of systems that can continously study and improve themselves.

Event: Toward a Global Learning System for Health Improvement
03
May
2017

Global health systems at crossroads: opportunities and challenges

This lecture will approach the vision of a learning health system from a global perspective. Health-policy makers throughout the world are concerned with the challenges to their health care systems, and system reforms need to be designed and implemented.

Event: Global health systems at crossroads: opportunities and challenges
05
April
2017

The Emperor Is Naked: Challenging Assumptions in Health Systems Evidence

There is wide agreement among the international health community that decisions in health care have to be informed by the best available evidence. Approaches for the production, synthesis, dissemination and use of evidence have been largely systematised. But, how do we adapt and apply those approaches when dealing with health system issues?

Event: The Emperor Is Naked: Challenging Assumptions in Health Systems Evidence