Evaluation of Health Care

Recorded lectures: University of York 2020 MSc in Health Economics, UK

View the below recordings for a unique glimpse into the 2020 University of York MSc residential course in Health Economics (run by the Department of Economics and Related Sciences). Each lecture is one hour in duration and offers a sample of the course material delivered during the Evaluation of Health Care module, which focuses specifically upon concepts around informing decisions using cost-effectiveness analysis, economic evaluation in LMICs, and prioritising interventions.

For more information about the University of York MSc Health Economics course, please visit the course web pages here.

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Date: 2020


Lecture 1: Evaluation of Health Care | Making Decisions with Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Speaker: Karl Claxton (Department of Economics and Related Studies and Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK) 


Lecture 2: Evaluation of Health Care | Economic Evaluation in Low- and Middle-Income Country Settings

Speaker: Paul Revill (Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK) 


Lecture 3: Evaluation of Health Care: Supporting the development of an Essential Health Package for Malawi

Speaker: Jessica Ochalek (Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK)