This document describes one of the Institute's core programs, its Health Technology Assessment function, led by Christa Harstall. More information about our HTA team is available online at our Research & Programs - Health Technology Assessment web page or by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institute of Health Economics has a strong Mental Health and Addictions Unit led by Dr. Phil Jacobs and Dr. Angus (Gus) Thompson. Among its notable achievements is the completion of The Alberta Survey of Addictive Behaviours and Mental Health in the Workforce: 2009, a report that will be available on this website in late August 2011.
For information on the report or the unit, please contact us at email@example.com. Additional details about the IHE's Mental Health and Addictions activities are available online on the Programs & Research - Mental Health and Addictions web page.
This document provides an overview of the Institute of Health Economics' Consensus Development Conference Program, a very successful series of events the IHE runs as part of our mandate to disseminate knowledge on important health-sector issues.
This brochure introduces the Institute of Health Economics' Decision Analytic Modeling Unit. Run by Dr. Anderson Chuck, the group employs an interdisciplinary team of health economists, biostatisticians, epidemiologists, and clinicians dedicated to developing the data required to inform decisions relating to the allocation of health resources.
The Unit's primary aim is to promote the use, understanding, and integration of economic
modeling techniques for healthcare professionals and organizations interested in the latest tools for informing health policy-making.