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New at CADTH — January 2020

Last updated: January 10, 2020
Product Line: New at CADTH
Result type: Report

News and Events

Join CADTH on January 16th, 2020, for its first lecture of the 2020 Lecture Series. Dr. Philip Awadalla, PhD, is the National Scientific Director for the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project (CPTP). The CPTP is Canada’s largest population cohort that allows researchers to explore how genetics, environment, lifestyle, and behaviour interact and contribute to the development of cancer and other chronic diseases. Learn more about the lecture and register here.

The deadline for the CADTH Recognition Awards is January 17th, 2020. Nominations are still being accepted for these two prestigious awards for outstanding achievement in the field of health technology assessment in Canada. Learn more about the nomination process and the awards.

CADTH is pleased to share the third alert of the Disinvestment & Early Awareness Interest Group. This alert is part of a collaborative effort from Health Technology Assessment international, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, and CADTH to provide updates on new studies relevant to disinvestment, reassessment, early awareness, and horizon scanning. Learn more here.

Mark your calendars, CADTH is hosting its annual Symposium in Toronto from April 19th to April 21st. Connect with Canadian and international experts in the objective assessment and evaluation of health technologies for three days of education, information sharing, and networking. Registration is set to open at the end of January 2020. Watch for more information at symposium.cadth.ca.

Drug Reimbursement Recommendations

CADTH recently issued the following CADTH Canadian Drug Expert Committee (CDEC) drug reimbursement recommendations:

CADTH recently issued the following CADTH pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review (pCODR) Expert Review Committee (pERC) drug reimbursement recommendations:

CADTH Reports

CADTH recently completed the following reports:

Technology Review

Health Technology Assessment

Issues in Emerging Health Technologies

Rapid Response Reports — Drug

Rapid Response Reports — Medical Devices and Systems

Rapid Response Reports — Non-Pharma Mental Health Intervention

Other Tools

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