Health Economics

application to research

By the end of the module participants will be able to:

1.  Define health economics and understand its breadth and the context of economic evaluation.

2. Identify the necessary components in calculating cost-effectiveness

3. Recognise the economic translation requirements in a research proposal.

4. Economic evaluation and its relevance to health research and translation.

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This Module Will Take Approximately 180 Minutes to Complete

Some feedback from our online participants on the ‘best aspects’ of this module

“Clarity over methodology steps and the different types of ICER.”

K. Mary Webberley from The University of Western Australia (UWA)

“an excellent condensed overview of economic evaluation.”

Jade Newton from The University of Western Australia (UWA)

“Course gives some links to reach external sources such as publications. I think this is the best aspect of course.”

Ali Unsal from WA Primary Health Alliance