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HERC offers several courses in health economics for external participants.

 

SPECIAL RATES FOR COMBINED ONLINE COURSE BOOKINGS See our current course offers here

ONLINE INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH ECONOMIC EVALUATION 

2pm - 3.30pm (GMT) Tuesday 07 & Wednesday 08 February 2023 

This well-established short course is 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 is required.

Please see the main Introduction to Health Economic Evaluation course page for full course details, including registration and pricing.

ONLINE APPLIED METHODS OF COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS 

Monday 27 - Friday 31 March 2023 (concluding with a wrap-up session on Thursday 06 April 2023) - 

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 Cost-effectiveness Analysis course page for full course details, including registration and pricing.

ONLINE INTEGRATING ECONOMIC EVALUATION INTO CLINICAL TRIALS

Tuesday 25 & Wednesday 26 April 2023

This recently developed online course is designed for investigators, managers, researchers and others working in clinical trials.

Please see the main Integrating Economic Evaluation into Clinical Trials course page for further details or please click HERE for fees, registration and payment information. 

Methods for understanding choices are applied in health care to assess preferences, analyse policies, conduct non-market valuation, and forecast behaviour. This course teaches introductory methods for devising experiments and modelling choice data in health care. 

Please see the main Understanding and Predicting Choice Behaviour in Health Preference Elicitation course page for full details, including registration and pricing and next course dates..

If you would like to make a group booking, please contact us at herc@ndph.ox.ac.uk for more details

To be placed on a waiting list for any of our future courses, please visit https://oxford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/waiting-lists-for-herc-short-courses