Introduction to Economic Evaluation Methods
Recorded lecture: ODI Introduction to Health Economics Course, UK
This short lecture provides an overview of economic evaluation methods and their application to real-world policy situations in lower- and middle-income country settings, including the design and development of health benefit packages.
The lecture below was originally delivered as part of an ‘introduction to health economics’ workshop for Overseas Development Institute (ODI) Health Fellows, delivered at the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York (UK)
Date: July 2019
Speaker: Paul Revill (Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK, and Director of the Thanzi la Onse research programme)
Individual-Based Models in Epidemiology and Health Economics
This short lecture is intended to be an accessible introduction to individual-based models in epidemiology and economic evaluation.
Should you have any feedback on this lecture (or would like to suggest any changes to the course content), please let us know using the Global Health Economics Hub Feedback Survey. We particularly encourage clinical disease experts and health policy makers to familiarize themselves with the concepts of such models and alert us about any changes you would like to see made in future, to ensure that these models continue to be as relevant as possible.
Date: July 2022
Speaker: Andrew Phillips (University College London)
Foundational, Advanced and MSc Course Training Resources
You can also browse a library of further resources, course materials and lectures on the topic of Economic Evaluation Methods using the links below:
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Resources are listed in three categories:
- Foundational level materials (materials designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the subject of Economic Evaluations Methods)
- Advanced level materials (for those who already have a good understanding of the basic concepts, these materials offer further information, including a number of advanced-level materials and lectures)
- MSc Course Materials (specific materials from Masters level courses in Health Economics)