What You Will Learn
This professional course provides the framework and tools to design the team experience. The course encompasses five modules and focuses on the personnel needed to perform and evaluate health economics and outcomes research (HEOR). It features information on how to build a team, whom you should consider working or partnering with and why, and what skills you need to perform and evaluate such analyses in the literature.
Module 1 | Designers and the Lifecycle of an Analysis
Module 2 | The Base, Domains, and Elements of The Process
Module 3 | Team Archetypes and Characteristics
Module 4 | Recruiting Team Members and Team Assessments
Module 5 | Designing the Team Experience Summary
The course will help you acquire the skills to build effective teams, expand your outlook through exposure to diverse perspectives, and refine your processes when conducting or evaluating health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) literature. This course is designed to broaden your understanding, challenge your assumptions, and re-imagine how we design our team experience in health economics and outcomes research.
By participating, you will:
- Grow your competencies and skills in building teams.
- Expand your outlook through exposure to diverse perspectives, backgrounds, and information.
- Communicate more effectively with your teams and partners.
- Assess and refine your processes for conducting and evaluating health economics and outcomes research literature.
- Improve your abilities and confidence to review and contribute to the literature.
Who Should Participate
It takes a considerable amount of resources to conduct a thorough and robust evaluation, so understanding the essential parts of the process is crucial, regardless if you are conducting or evaluating analyses. This course is designed for diverse learners, stakeholders, and decision-makers who review the literature and/or perform analyses in health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) and are looking to broaden their scope and skills to design the team experience better. Participants include healthcare and public health professionals, policy-makers and governing entities, industry professionals, and individuals engaged in health services, health economics, and outcomes research. Designing the team experience is a skill that applies to all individual roles. No prior in-depth knowledge or expertise in this field is needed. If you are wondering if you can participate, do not hesitate to reach out to our team at [email protected].