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The NIHR Community Healthcare MIC is pleased to offer a series of workshops for 2018 that will build on the educational programme previously delivered by NIHR DEC Oxford. Running sequentially, the workshops will provide an introduction to evaluation of diagnostics (Workshop 1), cost-effectiveness analysis of diagnostic tests for development and adoption (Workshop 2), and statistical methods for diagnostic accuracy in medical research (Workshop 3). These short courses have been developed as workshops which can be taken individually or combined depending on the requirements of the student. The workshops will be taught by front-line MIC researchers together with colleagues from industry, NICE and the NIHR.

Aimed at all professionals working on diagnostic tests including those working in industry, academia, research funding and regulatory affairs, these workshops will provide delegates with a variety of information on what evidence is needed to obtain regulatory approval, how NICE evaluates new diagnostic technology, how to collect evidence to support adoption in routine clinical practice and different study designs, cost effectiveness analysis and statistical methods for evaluating diagnostic accuracy.

All spaces on our workshops are now FULL.