Online Applied Methods of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
Monday 18 March 2024 at 8:00 am - Friday 22 March 2024 at 5:00 pm
(REGISTRATION TO OPEN ON MONDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2023)
This is an intensive online course for health economists and health professionals, with some knowledge of health economics who wish to learn about the methodology of cost-effectiveness analysis as applied in health care. To be held online daily via Zoom.
Analytic methods of economic evaluation are applied in health care to address the fundamental economic question of how to allocate scarce health care resources to maximise health gain. This course teaches the latest methods for performing a cost-effectiveness analysis of a healthcare intervention.
The course is designed for those who need to perform cost-effectiveness analysis in healthcare and those who need to understand in some depth the issues that health economists face when performing these analyses, hence, researchers and decision makers from public, commercial and academic organizations concerned with healthcare resource allocation.
There are no formal prerequisites for attendance, but participants need to be familiar with Microsoft Excel, and to have some prior knowledge of the principles of economic evaluation.
The taught sessions cover the following topics:
- Course overview, introduction to HERC and software orientation
- Health outcomes
- Resource use and costs
- Decision analysis and modelling
- Reporting and presenting cost-effectiveness results
For enquiries – including group bookings, please contact the HERC Administration team at email@example.com, or to be placed on a waiting list for future courses please visit https://oxford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/waiting-list-for-herc-short-courses-2023
All course details including course fees, registration and payment information can be found on the HERC web page.