Health Economics for Research
Health economics uses economic concepts and methods to understand the functioning of health systems. Health economics is concerned with issues related to scarcity in the allocation of health care services, health promotion and prevention interventions.
Economic evaluation is a fundamental component of health economics, generating impactful research translation evidence about the cost-effectiveness of alternative interventions to improve health system decision making. An understanding of health economics and economic evaluation is a valuable asset for health care professionals, managers, health policy makers and others who wish to pursue a professional career in health and/or have a keen interest in the functioning of health systems.
Disclaimer: This is not a comprehensive list. If you would like to recommend an addition to this list, please contact us. Health Translation SA does not endorse any of these training courses. Note: only online options currently listed
Heath Economics: Application to Research
Health Economics: Cost-Effectiveness for Clinical Trials
University of Adelaide – Master of Health Economics and Policy