1. Wilson ECF. **A Practical Guide to Value of Information Analysis**. PharmacoEc. 2015

###### *What is a Value of Information analysis?*

## Useful resources for Value of Information

2. **ISPOR Task Force: Value of Information Analysis for Research Decisions**

3. Minelli C, Baio G. **Value of Information: A Tool to Improve Research Prioritization and Reduce Waste**. PLoS Medicine. 2015

4. Heath A. **Bayesian computations for value of information measures using Gaussian processes, INLA and Moment Matching**. The Academic Health Economists’ Blog. 2018

5. Steuten L, van de Wetering G, Groothuis-Oudshoorn K, et al. **A Systematic and Critical Review of the Evolving Methods and Applications of Value of Information in Academia and Practice**. PharmacoEconomics. 2013

1. **SAVI** **– Sheffield Accelerated Value of Information**

*This web tool is an R Shiny Server application which can be used to calculate Expected Value of (Partial) Perfect Information for any cost-effectiveness model. To use this tool, only a probabilistic sensitivity analysis sample is required.*

2. **RANE – Rapid Assessment of Need for Evidence**

*This is a web based Shiny app which can be used to calculate the value of further research without a full economic model. It requires only an expression of uncertainty in a primary outcome (e.g. odds ratio) and a small number of other inputs such as baseline risk, incident population, duration of research etc.*

3. **BCEAweb**

*This provides a web interface to the R package BCEA, designed to post-process the results of a statistical model and standardise health economic evaluations, as described in the following graph.*

4. **EVSI** **visualisation tools**

*This tool provides web applications for the visualisation of the EVSI*

**1.** SMDM 2019 Short Course: AM5 – Research Prioritisation and Study Design Using Value of Information Analysis

*Course level: Beginner*

**Awarded the best short course at the 2019 Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM) **

**2. **SMDM 2019 Short Course: PM3 – Optimal Research Design Using Value of Information

*Course level: Advanced*