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NIHR HTA Conference: What's in it for you?

29 May 2013

Learn more about clinical effectiveness research and the impact the HTA Programme is having on clinical and public health research at the NIHR HTA Conference.

The two-day event in central London on 9-10 October 2013 will examine the future of clinical effectiveness research and how we can benefit from best practice internationally with presentations from Dr Sean Tunis, Director of the Center for Medical Technology Policy, USA and Dr Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief, The Lancet, among others.

Find out how the HTA Programme can help researchers achieve impact and shape the NHS with presentations by Professor Dame Sally C. Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England, Professor Sir Michael Rawlins, president of the Royal Society of Medicine and Professor Jon Nicholl, Professor of Health Services Research in the School of Health and Related Research.

Register now for the HTA Conference 2013 to get the early bird rate of £395 for two days and £250 for one. This rate will finish on 31 May 2013.

To book your place or to view the programme please visit the conference website: 

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The NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC), based at the University of Southampton, manages evaluation research programmes and activities for the NIHR.


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