Join Dr Mark Larkin, Dr Catherine Bottomley, and Dr Casey Quinn for the virtual ISPOR short course on Digital Real-World Evidence Generation Approaches in Rare Diseases and Oncology.
The course is designed to provide a good understanding of how to plan and undertake real-world evidence (RWE) studies to collect patient-level data digitally and across countries.
During this course, the benefits and challenges of developing digital “bring your own device” (BYOD) apps to collect PRO data will be discussed and analyzed. The focus of the course will be on rare diseases and oncology, and specific case studies will be presented. The methods of analysis of such datasets, as well as their value and use to support HEOR/HTA strategies, will also be discussed.
The course will run on 2 consecutive days, for 2 hours per day – Wednesday, 7 December and Thursday, 8 December 2022.
Meet your presenters
Read more about our team on the Who we are page
If you can’t join the course and would like to know more you can schedule a call with our team