Equity in Health & Healthcare | James Love-Koh (University of York) | Recorded Lecture

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This short lecture provides an introduction to considering equity in health and healthcare, and the integration of equity into health economic evaluation methods.  James also provides examples of how to measure and analyse health (in)equalities. 

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. 

James Love-Koh is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Health Economics.


Practical Resources 

Practical guides and training resources on the overarching processes of economic evaluation and health inequality, and the common terms and concepts used by individuals who conduct economic evaluations, can be found on the Publications page. 

You can also hear more about this topic by listening back to the Ethics & Equity webinar, delivered in 2021 as part of the Global Health Economics Community of Practice Webinar Series.