Economic Evaluation in Global Health

Course dates:
Jan 09, 2017 to Mar 19, 2017

Faculty: 

  • Work assessed by content expert
  • Group work
  • Interact with instructor and students
  • Fee-based

Economic Evaluation in Global Health introduces the concepts of economic evaluation in healthcare in low- and middle-income countries. The course covers the estimation of healthcare costs, the measurement of health outcomes and the performance of the different kinds of economic evaluations including but not limited to cost-minimization analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, cost-utility analysis, and cost-benefit analysis.

The course also introduces the methods of decision analytic modeling and some advanced topics such as sensitivity analysis and extended cost-effectiveness analysis.

The course is taught by Joseph Babigumira ,MBChB, MS, PhD.