This intensive 5 day workshop will provide you with the practical skills to conduct a modelled health economic evaluation, from gathering the data, through developing an appropriate model, to reporting the results including sensitivity and uncertainty. 

This workshop is a University of Queensland accredited subject for Master of Public Health and Master of Health Economics students.

Audience

This course is designed to suit:

  • Health economics researchers (Australian and international) 
  • Master of Public Health and Master of Health Economics students from The University of Queensland and other academic institutions.

Course aims

This course will:

  • review the theoretical basis of health economic evaluation
  • help you to acquire the technical skills needed to design and perform an evaluation independently
  • focus on the practical aspects of measuring health benefits 
  • teach you how to develop appropriate models to calculate the cost per disability adjusted life year (DALY), and present the results.

Register

Download and complete the course flyer (PDF, 174KB). The fee payment link is included on the registration form.

Further information

View the course profile.

Contact

For more information about the course, contact Dr Lennert Veerman.

For information about enrolment or course fees, contact Cathy Swart.

Summer course: Cost Effectiveness in Health and Medicine (PUBH7618)