Aim: To support evaluation capability
This five session course is designed for a wide audience, with sessions 4 and 5 being slightly more technical and targeted at a more analytical audience. Numeracy skills will be assumed for these sessions. You don’t need to have attended previous training sessions.
Date: 05/10/2023 13:00 – 15:00
The persistence of health and wider inequalities perpetuates health inequities in our society. But what are these inequalities and how can we measure them?
This session provides an introduction to the concepts of inequity and inequality in health and different techniques for measuring health inequalities.
These sessions are aimed at anyone interested in learning more about health economics and economic evaluation, and how different methods and approaches are used to inform decision making at national, system or organisational level.
Across two sessions, we will provide an introduction to: key concepts in health economics and economic evaluation in health care and how different methods are used to inform resource allocation and funding decisions within the NHS.
Date: 26/10/2023 13:00 – 15:00
Making decisions in health economics implies that minimum data requirements are met, both clinical and economic.
This course provides a comprehensive coverage of all key issues in the methods and practice of economic evaluation with a goal to appreciate and appraise studies done by others.
Date: 02/11/2023 13:00 – 15:00
Very commonly, health economics analyses require the use of models.
Why are they necessary and what are they? How can we construct and then interpret them?
This course presents the different approaches to modelling.
This course is free and available to all those working in health and care , e.g. NHS, Public Health, Local Authority, ICBs
Your training will be led by the Team at the Health Economics Unit
“Rounded content, delivered well.”
“Application to real-world examples.”
“The discussion around building the underlying evidence base, the specific examples chosen.”
“illustration of the different models.”
Each Module will be 2 hours.
Online – delivered via Teams.
The majority of talks will be spaced with interactive discussions and practicals.