Economic Evaluation in Global Health
Find out how to evaluate health interventions for programs in low- and middle-income countries in terms of costs and outcomes through a series of cost analyses. Learn how to estimate healthcare costs, measure health outcomes, and interpret different types of economic evaluations (including cost-minimization analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, cost-utility analysis, and cost-benefit analysis). In this course, you’ll also learn about modeling methods and analysis tools to help you make economically sound healthcare decisions.
This course is appropriate for health care and public health professionals who want a better understanding of the tools, approaches, and applications of economic evaluation.
This online course has recorded lectures, readings, discussion forums, quizzes, a course project, and problem sets.
You can participate in this course as an independent participant or as part of a site with 5 or more people. Participating as a site group provides a forum for discussing course concepts and applying them to local context and customs. If you are participating independently, the online discussion boards provide a forum for these types of discussion.
The course is taught in English. Participants should be comfortable with written and spoken English.
To be admitted, you must have a diploma or degree in a health related field or in the social sciences.
|Mailed Certificate*||Digital Certificate*|
|Group Sites (up to 40 participants) only available for non-OCED country sites||$1500||$1500|