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NOAHE Virtual Forum now live!

To foster greater collaboration between health economics researchers, policy-makers, and health economics students in Alberta, the Network of Alberta Health Economists (NOAHE) has developed an online forum for NOAHE members, the NOAHE Virtual Forum.

The NOAHE Virtual Forum is an exciting new venture for the Network and serves as a space for NOAHE members to connect. It is a platform where members can discuss health economics concepts, and pose questions to health economics experts as well as policy and student members. The NOAHE Virtual Forum can be accessed via the following URL: noahe.ca/forum.

Please note, the NOAHE Virtual Forum is open to NOAHE members only. Not a member of NOAHE? No problem, you can join the Network here: noahe.ca/join-the-network!

NOAHE is hosted by the IHE (Secretariat) and is supported financially and in-kind by Alberta Health, through the Health Funding and Economics Capacity (HFEC) Grant. For more information, please visit: www.ihe.ca/research-programs/health-economics/hfec-grant. For more information on this, or the IHE, email us at noahe@ihe.ca or visit www.NOAHE.ca.

The IHE is an independent, not-for-profit organization that performs excellence in health economics research and health technology assessment. Our core objectives include: supporting decision-making in health policy and practice with evidence from research in health economics and health technology assessment; assessing the medical, economic, social, and ethical implications of both established and new health practices, procedures, and technologies; and facilitating discussions and partnerships among government, academia, industry, and healthcare providers to address important issues in health care. Visit us at www.ihe.ca to learn more.


Jasmine Brown
Director of Communications, Institute of Health Economics
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