Monday, July 20
Friday, July 24, 2020
Lecturer(s): Prof. Anirban Basu, Prof. Richard Cookson Location: Lausanne ECTS: 3
This course will cover advanced theoretical and methodological tools in economic evaluation, with a focus on their application in public health. It will cover key topics in modelling costs, estimating comparative effectiveness of interventions from observational data and using economic reasoning to inform policy and practice. The course will combine lectures and computer lab sessions.
At the end of the course, students will be familiarized with cutting-edge methods in the economic evaluation of public health interventions and will be confident in designing and critically appraising research projects in the area.
For more detailed information on the course, please refer to this link.
Local Coordinator: Joachim Marti
You can find the tuition fees for the course here, and apply for the course with this enrolment form.