This page is part of the Health Economics education site, led by the Institute of Health & Society at Newcastle University.

Course module outlines

For Undergraduate Economists

EC2011 Health Economics (Year 2 elective module) - provided by Mireia Jofre-Bonet, David Parkin and Nancy Devlin, City University, 2008.

Econ306 Economics of health and education (Year 3) - provided by Paul Hansen, University of Otago, 2007.

Health economics Year 3/4 module taught at the Universidad de Barcelona 2005 - provided by Joan Costa-Font, LSE.

Health economics Year 3 module taught by Richard Little at Keele University: module proposal and handbook

Course outlines from Year 3 undergraduate modules in health economics taught at Nottingham University and from Queen Mary will be added here shortly.

Reading list for a lecture in Globalization and Health: Health Worker Migration by John Ashmore (University of Cape Town)

Introduction to Health Economics (HECN2010). Available on BSc Accounting and Finance; BSc Economics; BSc Business Economics; BSc Business and Financial Economics; BSc Economics and Transport Studies; all economics joint honours programmes, University of Leeds.

For Masters Economists

Health economics module outline for students doing an MSc in Health Sciences - provided by Angela Robinson, UEA, 2007.

Advanced methods in Health Economics (PHLT5030M). Available on MSc programmes: Public Health, Health Research Skills, Health Informatics, University of Leeds.

Health Economics (PHLT5025M). Available on MSc programmes: Public Health, Health Research Skills, Health Informatics, University of Leeds.

Syllabus for a module in CBA and Health at UCL's Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health. Provided by Shepley Orr.

For Medical Students

 


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