7th August – Introduction to Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Health

A one-day short course run by the Health Economics Unit at The University of Melbourne. The course provides participants an understanding of how economic analysis can be used to evaluate health programs and aid decision making. No previous knowledge is required. The course will consist of short lectures, case studies and practical exercises and is designed for policy makers, clinicians, researchers, managers and others working in the health sector.

Further details and registration links can be found here.

Also coming up:

• Introduction to Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Health.

A one-day short course run by the Health Economics Unit at The University of Melbourne. The course provides participants an understanding of how economic analysis can be used to evaluate health programs and aid decision making. No previous knowledge is required. The course will consist of short lectures, case studies and practical exercises and is designed for policy makers, clinicians, researchers, managers and others working in the health sector.

Date offered: 16 October 2017. Further details and registration links can be found here.

• Evaluating Public Health Interventions using Economic and Epidemiologic Methods.

A one-day short course run by the Health Economics Unit at The University of Melbourne. The course provides an overview of how cost-effectiveness analyses and cost-benefit analysis can be used to evaluate public sector inventions, including screening and prevention programs, and ways to improve access to health care. The course consists of a combination of short lectures and case studies and is designed for policy makers and researchers with a focus on public sector interventions.

Date offered: 17 October 2017.

Further details and registration links can be found here.

• Practical Methods for Health Economic Evaluation.

A 3-day intensive computer based course in methods for health economic evaluation run by the Health Economics Unit at The University of Melbourne. The course covers study design principles, techniques for analysing costs and outcomes and an introduction to decision models. Each module is re-enforced by exercises in Excel, TreeAge Pro and STATA. Participants should be familiar with basic statistics and Microsoft Excel. It is designed for those engaged in undertaking cost-effectiveness analysis and resource allocation decision-making.

Date offered: 18-20 October 2017.
Further details and registration links can be found here.

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