The 14th edition of the lolaHESG (Low Lands Health Economic Study Group) conference will be held on Thursday May 19 and Friday May 20, 2022 in Maastricht. We are pleased to welcome you in person at the beautiful Kasteel Vaeshartelt! In case Covid-19 circumstances do not permit, there will be an online event instead. Either way, we are looking forward to an enjoyable event for exchange of ideas, research and networking.

As you may have come to know it, the 14th edition of lolaHESG will once again place emphasis on in-depth discussion of work-in-progress manuscripts and will include a party (or social event online). The lolaHESG conference is open to everyone. All presentations are in English. We encourage especially those that are interested in health economics and / or health technology assessment to attend the event and submit an abstract related to ongoing research. The conference offers an excellent opportunity to get feedback on your research and informally exchange ideas with other health economics researchers.

The organizing committee of the Maastricht University and Maastricht UMC+ looks forward to receive you at 10.30 hrs on Thursday May 19th, 2022 at Kasteel Vaeshartelt.

 

Important dates 2022

17 January Registration open
17 January Abstract submission open
20 February Deadline abstract submission
25 March Notification abstract acceptance
25 April   Program available online
25 April Deadline paper sent
6 May Registration closure
19-20 May Lola-HESG congress

 

As the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, we will continue to monitor the situation; should it prevent the confirmation of the program on location as scheduled, other practicable solutions (online but not hybrid) will be evaluated. Registered people will be informed of any changes.

 

Organizing committee

LolaHESG2022 is organized by the Maastricht University and Maastricht University Medical Center+ and chaired by Dr. Mickael Hiligsmann, Prof. Manuela Joore and Prof. Silvia Evers.

Assisted by researchers and supporting staff from the departments of Health Services Research/UM and KEMTA/MUMC+.