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HERC offers two courses in health economics for external participants.


It is with regret that we had to postpone our Spring/Summer 2020 classroom-based short courses due to the COVID-19 situation. 

However, we are pleased to announce that our 1-day Introduction to Health Economics course is now scheduled to take place virtually w/c 27 July (please see booking information below). An online alternative of our 3-day Applied Methods of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis course will be taking place the week commencing 16th November 2020.

Our website will be updated accordingly, so please remember to check-in for future communications.

Most importantly, we would like to take this opportunity to apologise for the inconvenience caused and to thank all of those who have been affected by the current and ongoing situation. Your patience and understanding, during what has been a very difficult and uncertain time for us all, is much appreciated.

Introduction to Health Economic Evaluation (iHEE)

is a one-day course for health professionals and health researchers who want to understand the basics of health economics and its relevance to the health service. No previous knowledge of economics required.

In July 2020 we are offering this course online. Please see the main Introduction to HEE course page for further details and prices.

Course Fees:

Commercial / Private Sector



Academic / Public Sector


Next dates: This will be an online version of the course which will be held on the week commencing Monday, 27th July 2020 - Friday, 31st July 2020

ONLINE Applied Methods of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA)

Next date: Mon-Fri afternoon, week commencing 16th November 2020

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.  Please see the main APPLIED METHODS OF CEA course page for further details and how to book.

Online Course Fees:

Early Bird Rate (until mid-day 11 Sept) Standard Rate
Commercial/Private Sector £800 £1000
Academic/Public Sector £550 £650
**LMIC Commercial/Private Sector £800 (flat rate)
**LMIC Academic/Public Sector £550 (flat rate)

 **Countries which are defined as low-income economies or lower-middle-income economies (LMIC), as defined by The World Bank Group, are eligible for the reduced short course fees. Eligible countries can be found at this webpage: