The 2nd Biennial Conference of the American Society of Health Economists (ASHE) is taking place on June 22-25, 2008 at the R. David Thomas Center and The Fuqua School of Business, Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
The Duke Conference Report is available for downloading in PDF Format.
Check out the downloadable PDF event calendar to see everything going on at the conference. For a detail view of the sessions on the program, you can browse the Overview Schedule, Session List, and the Presentation List in addition you can look over the listing for poster presentations
Attendee List: The attendee list has been conditionally removed from the site due to Board concerns over the email links. We will post an update once the board has developed and adopted a policy.
Workshops will take place on Sunday June 22
More details on the topics covered and the faculty involved are available on the Workshops Page.
Frequently asked questions and requirements for presenters of both oral and presentations are available on the Presenter Requirements page.
Last date for program changes is March 31
Submitters whose abstracts are not accepted for either oral or poster presentation could get a full refund until February 29, 2008
There are no available rooms at either the The R. David Thomas Executive Conference Center and Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club.
Information on alternative accommodation can be found on our Hotels & Accomodations page.
All exhibit space registration closes on Friday May 30. To register, contact Christopher Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-461-4432.
All exhibit staff must be registered no later than Friday June 6. Individuals can register themselves online.
Rates and exhibition details are available on the Exhibitor Information page.
Contact Christopher Martin at email@example.com for availability of advertising opportunies and artwork specifications.
The Fuqua School of Business
1 Towerview Drive
Durham, NC 27708-0120
Map/Floorplan of Fuqua (includes directions) [PDF]
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