Ana Moura, PdD and affiliate of Nova SBE's Nova Health Economics and Management Center, explains how real-world data contrasts with clinical trial data and can result in more reliable cost-effectiveness models.
Five alumnae of the Postgraduate Course in Health Management were distinguished with the 2nd prize for oral communication, entitled "Strategies for organizational growth and health safety: Pilot Project in a FHU", at ACONTECE 22, the 13th National Meeting of FHUs. The award-winning project was developed as part of the strategic challenge of the graduate course they were attending at Nova SBE.
JUSTICE LAB, an advanced program of innovation and culture, developed by Nova School of Business & Economics (Nova SBE), ISEG and the Portuguese Justice, through the Institute of Financial Management and Justice Equipment (IGFEJ), began in October. The program is addressed to a hundred leaders and project managers of the Recovery and Resilience Plan (PRR) and of all services and entities in the sphere of justice.
COVID-19 has introduced drastic changes to the way we work, mainly by forcing many people to do it remotely. This has brought us both benefits and challenges. Filipa Breia da Fonseca explains what positive and negative consequences can arise in the area of health.
Professor António Alvarenga explains why the construction and use of Scenarios (Scenario Planning & Thinking) is important for decision making and how this technique can help to avoid crises in the tourism sector.
Companies of all backgrounds realise that to be effective and meet the challenges in today's demanding environment they need different leadership tools and organisational capabilities from those that helped them succeed in the past.