In 2017, the CVV has set up together with URC Eco and Hospinnomics the Lunch Seminars, a series of short conferences held at Hôtel-Dieu, Paris. The three teams meet once a month to exchange and discuss methods and research results. Since the beginning of the year, seven seminars have been organized. The topics included innovating methods in clinical research, behavioural economics, the African demography, the analysis of panel data, health and gender inequalities, and methods to collect information on underrepresented populations.
URC Eco (clinical research unit in health economics) is a transversal structure of the AP-HP clinical research department, supporting the economical evaluation of diagnostics, therapeutics and organisational innovations.
Hospinnomics is a research chair in health economics focused on innovations at hospitals, created by AP-HP and the Paris School of economics.
Next lunch seminar: “The role of the caregiver in the medico-economic evaluation”, November 7, 12:30 – 13:30, Amphithéâtre Lapersonne at Hôtel-Dieu (Paris). The seminars are open to the public.