Economics Evaluation Methods | Paul Revill (University of York) | Recorded Lecture

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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.

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) on 31 July 2019.

Paul Revill is a Professor at the Centre for Health Economics, and is the Director of the Thanzi la Onse research programme.

Health Benefit Package (HBP) Design - Training Course Materials

Training materials focussing upon economic evaluation in HBP design are included as part of a collection of materials for a short course in Health Benefit Package design.  These can be accessed here.