The Centre for the Economics of Mental and Physical Health will hold a two-day summer school course on economic evaluation in mental health, on the 18th and 19th September 2014. The course aims to provide students with an understanding of economic evaluation and its relevance to mental health policy and practice. The principle elements of an economic evaluation will be introduced, including the identification, measurement and valuation of costs, measurement of outcomes and methods of economic evaluation. A range of examples will be used throughout the course to illustrate economic evaluation in practice, drawn from the work of the course tutors and spanning the a range of mental health needs.
This course is for;
- Individuals working in health services policy, practice or research settings (including public and private sector) who are keen to learn more about what economic evaluation offers and how to do it;
- Health care professionals wishing to critically evaluate economic evaluation research and assess its relevance to their field/setting;
- Individuals collaborating with health economists wishing to learn more about their role and methods;
A limited number of bursary places are available for King’s College London staff and students for this course. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis and enable applicants to attend for a reduced fee of £150.
Further details can be accessed here.
For any inquiries please contact Iris Mosweu at tel:02078480503 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org