At the request of the Egypt Supreme Council of University Hospitals, a two-day training in Health Technology Assessment (HTA), was introduced and led by Professor Samar Farid, Cairo University and members of the Welfare, Impact, Society and Economy (WISE) team for pharmacy directors and HTA coordinators from Egyptian University Hospitals.
This was a successful event that went very well and one attendee described it as the best Health Technology Assessment training she had attended.
Thursday 8th April 2021. Face-to-face training was provided for thirty-eight pharmacists, and an additional twenty-five to thirty-two participated via Zoom.
Friday 9th April 2021. Included twenty-nine face-to-face attendees and approximately twenty-five participating online. Day 2 ended with a workshop relating to the Value Dossier that will become a mandatory document to be submitted to the Egyptian Authority for United Procurement, Medical Supply and Management of Medical Technology (UPA).
The WISE team members presenting were:
|Day 1||Prof Samar Farid||Introduction to Health Technology Assessment Measuring and Valuing Health Related Quality of Life|
|Dr Marwa El Hennawy|
Dr Hend Maamoun
|Introduction to Economic Evaluation|
|Dr Ahmed Kamel||Decision Making in Healthcare|
|Dr Sahar Atef||The Egyptian EQ-5D-5L Valuation Study|
|Day 2||Prof Samar Farid||Value Dossier Contents Parts 1 & 2|
Evaluating a Value Dossier
|Prof Samar Farid|
Dr Sandra Nael
Dr Mona Sobhy
|Value Dossier Workshop|