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Participants: Participants and panelists confirmed for this upcom-ing session include experts from Harvard University...
Participants:

Participants and panelists confirmed for this upcom-ing session include experts from Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Results for Development, Thinkwell, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Purpose:

The intended audience for this session is individ-uals interested in the generation and use of infor-mation surrounding immunization costing, financ-ing, and value of vaccination. The audience span from early career to seasoned researchers, EPI managers, policymakers, multinational organiza-tions, and donors. The draft programme includes:
• featured updates on research findings, method-ology, and cases;
• concurrent sessions on economic analysis re-fresher course and implementation/advocacy workshop;
• panel sessions on effective dissemination and future direction.
Registration to the pre-congress session is open. Participants are to arrange and pay their own travel and hotel reservations.

Details:

A reminder to register for the Immunization Economics pre-congress session at the iHEA congress: 13-14 July 2019, Basel, Switzerland. There is no cost for presenters to join the pre-congress session (13-14 July 2019), but should you plan to join the entire iHEA Congress (13-17 July 2019), please do leverage the early bird rates that are available until 1 April 2019. Learn more at: http://immunizationeconomics.org/basel
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Participants and panelists confirmed for this upcom-ing session include experts from Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Results for Development, Thinkwell, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Purpose:

The intended audience for this session is individ-uals interested in the generation and use of infor-mation surrounding immunization costing, financ-ing, and value of vaccination. The audience span from early career to seasoned researchers, EPI managers, policymakers, multinational organiza-tions, and donors. The draft programme includes:
• featured updates on research findings, method-ology, and cases;
• concurrent sessions on economic analysis re-fresher course and implementation/advocacy workshop;
• panel sessions on effective dissemination and future direction.
Registration to the pre-congress session is open. Participants are to arrange and pay their own travel and hotel reservations.

Details:

A reminder to register for the Immunization Economics pre-congress session at the iHEA congress: 13-14 July 2019, Basel, Switzerland. There is no cost for presenters to join the pre-congress session (13-14 July 2019), but should you plan to join the entire iHEA Congress (13-17 July 2019), please do leverage the early bird rates that are available until 1 April 2019. Learn more at: http://immunizationeconomics.org/basel
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