HTA in Action Online courses
Online Education is the Future!
Engage with leading academics to become updated
What to expect in 2020
Course Learning Outcomes
- Skills to apply specific research findings to his/her own setting or patient population;
- Clinical Guidelines will be introduced with the use of the AGREE tool;
- Insight into Pharmacovigilance vs Pharmacoepidemiology and ways in which harms are monitored;
- Skills to search the undigested and digested medical literature;
- Enables use of current medical research findings to make decisions regarding diagnosis, therapy and funding;
- There will be assignments to complete which will assist in competence evaluation.
Why should you attend?
This is an opportunity to:
- develop tools to evaluate the most current medical research findings;
- develop the ability to make decisions regarding diagnosis, therapy and funding;
- apply validity criteria to therapeutic, health economic and meta-analytic research;
- calculate and interpret the results.
Who should attend?
- Medical advisors;
- medical doctors;
- market access managers;
- marketing managers;
- healthcare administrators;
- medical researchers;
- post graduate medical students;
- device and technology intervention consultants
CPD accreditation by SAMA for HPCSA professionals.
Up to 30 CPD points for each of the Online Courses
Online course Modules
HTA101: Intervention Research and Clinical Trials
moderated by Prof Danie van Zyl
Head of the Department of Internal Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Pretoria
HTA102: Health Economic & HTA Research
moderated by Dr Varsha Bangalee
Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UKZN; Fellow: Developing Research, Innovation, Localization and Leadership in South Africa (DRILL)|College of Health Sciences
HTA103: Evidence Based Decision Making in Healthcare
moderated by Prof Manie de Klerk & Prof Edina Sinanovic
Prof de Klerk (Consultant in health: LIfeQ and Lecturer: MBA in Healthcare Leadership course at USB) and Prof Edina Sinanovic (Head Health Economic Division at UCT)