This one-day workshop is designed for public sector policy makers and
researchers with an interest in learning about evaluation in public and
population health programs focused on preventive interventions. It includes an
overview of cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis in public sector
interventions. Participants gain an understanding of epidemiological and
economics methods used to demonstrate how benefits and costs are quantified.
Details: Tuesday 17 October at Graduate House, 220 Leicester Street, Carlton.
Registrations from 8.45am and the program finished at 4.30pm. Presenters are
available until 5.00pm to discuss their projects.