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HERC offers two courses in health economics for external participants.

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE

Due to circumstances beyond our control, HERC has taken the reluctant decision to cancel both of the March 2020 short courses.

  • 1-Day Course ‘Introduction to Health Economic Evaluation’, which was due to take place at The Queen’s College, Oxford on Tuesday, 24th March 2020.
  • 3-Day Course ‘Applied Methods of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis’, which was due to take place at St Catherine’s College, Oxford on the 25th-27th March 2020.

The next 3-Day course is still due to take place on the 8th – 10th July 2020. Booking for this course will be delayed until further notice.

The next 1-Day course is expected to run in December 2020 and will be held in combination with the 3-Day Course. Booking for the December courses will be opened nearer to the time.

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

HERC is looking forward to welcoming you at future short courses in Oxford.

BOOKING CURRENTLY CLOSED

Introduction to Health Economic Evaluation

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.

Course Fees:

Commercial / Private Sector

£295

 

Academic / Public Sector

£195

Next dates: TBC

Applied Methods of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

is a three-day 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.

Course Fees:

 

Residential

Non-Residential

Commercial / Private Sector

£1,600

£1,450

Academic / Public Sector

£1,100

£950

Next dates: TBC

COMBINED Course Fees 

 

 

Residential ***

Non-Residential

Commercial / Private Sector

£1,700

£1,560

Academic / Public Sector

£1,160

£1,020

SPECIAL OFFER: BOOK BOTH COURSES AND QUALIFY FOR A REDUCED RATE **

**a reduction will be given if booking and paying for both courses at the same time. For a full list of prices please see above.