A one-day course (online) which provides an overview of how epidemiological and economic tools can be used to inform policymaking from a national and global perspective, how to rank interventions by health gain and/or costs and cost-effectiveness. It will include the following modules: Overview of key epidemiological methods; Health economics and economic evaluation methods; Case study of bringing epidemiology and health economics together; Determining health gains, costs and cost effectiveness of preventive interventions; League Tables; Key methodological and policy considerations.
$ 450 –Early Bird, $ 560 – Late Bird
More information on course content can be found through the link: http://go.unimelb.edu.au/wp8r
Significant discounts available for students and professionals from low- and middle-income countries, via emailing: email@example.com