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June 18, 2020

A Redesigned ISPOR 2020

adaptation  noun 
:adjustment to environmental conditions: such as modification of an organism or its parts that makes it more fit for existence under the conditions of its environment (Merriam-Webster)
//  ISPOR's redesign of  the 2020 conference into a virtual conference due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions is an adaptation that will enable the continued sharing of scientific health care research.

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Monday, May 8 (all sessions are listed in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT))
10:00 am HPR SIG Webinar Why and How to Use Qualitative Research Methods in Conjunction with Discrete Choice Experiments in Healthcare. Moderator: Siu Hing Lo, Janine van Til; Speaker: Ilene L. Hollin, Caroline Vass
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https://www.ispor.org/conferences-education/education-training/webinars/why-and-how-to-use-qualitative-research-methods-in-conjunction-with-discrete-choice-experiments-in-healthcare
Monday, May 18    
11:00 am-12:00 pm Workshop (W1) We are not all the same: the state of practice in accounting for preference heterogeneity. Boeri M, Heidenreich S, Marshall D.
2:00-2:15 pm Patient Preference Studies (PP1) Exploring heterogeneity in preferences for attributes of pharmaceutical treatments for osteoarthritis and chronic low back pain in the United States: a latent class approachBoeri M, Abraham L, Hauber B, Atkinson J, Bushmakin AG, Cappelleri JC, Russo L, Viktrup L, Klein K, Walsh D, Turk D.
2:15-2:30 pm Patient Preference Studies (PP2) Preferences for on-demand treatments for Parkinson's disease–related "OFF" episodes: a discrete-choice experiment. Thach A, Sutphin J, Coulter J, Mansfield C.
5:00-6:00 pm Workshop (W6) Stated preferences to inform benefit-risk assessment for biologics-three FDA-sponsored studiesGonzalez Sepulveda JM, Irony T, Mansfield C, Wilson L.
Tuesday, May 19
5:45-6:00 pm Patient-Reported Outcomes Studies (PR2) Preferences, optimism, and numeracy: an exploration into the use of psychological patient-reported outcome instruments in a preference survey. Sutphin J, Disantostefano R, Leach CA, Hauber B, Mansfield C.  J Sutphin presenting.
Wednesday, May 20
1:45-2:45 pm Workshop (W17) Multi-stakeholder perspectives on the patient experience data summary section in new product approvals: current state & future considerations. Bent R, Carson RT, Gnanasakthy A, Kennedy A.  
Monday, June 18
10 am - 3:00 pm Short Course Budget Impact Analysis I - A 6-Step Approach. Mullins CD, Earnshaw S, Brodtkorb, T

 

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