This event showcases the progress and results of discrete choice experiments embedded in AusHSI’s research and PhD projects.
Discrete choice experiments (DCEs) have been a popular methodology in the marketing and transport industries. In recent years, this methodology has been adapted for use in healthcare, and is a powerful tool for measuring consumer preference to effectively design and implement models of care and impact policy.
This event showcases the progress and results of DCEs that AusHSI is embedding in multiple research and PhD projects. Gain a deeper understanding of the methodology as AusHSI health economists and PhD researchers present their findings to a panel of experts in a conference format.
Academics, students and health professionals who are interested in health economics, consumer preference, and emerging methodologies in these areas.
The Expert Panel
Invited experts share their knowledge and experience in this emerging field, and provide valuable feedback to AusHSI academics and students on their methodology.
- Associate Professor Gang Chen
Centre for Health Economics, Monash University
- Associate Professor Yuanyuan Gu
Centre for the Health Economy, Macquarie University
- Dr Thao Thai
Health Economics Division, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University
In Person: AusHSI (Seminar Room, Level 4, Q Block, 60 Musk avenue)
Online: Zoom (link sent after registration)
Registration is free but in-person places are limited.