SPPH 549: Advanced Economic Evaluation in Health Care
Taught by Dr. Stirling Bryan from the School of Population and Public Health and Dr. Mohsen Sadatsafavi from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, this course provides an in-depth exploration into the economic evaluation of health technologies. Students will gain hands-on experience in conducting model-based economic evaluations, understanding the policy context, and engaging in current methodological debates. The course is designed for those aiming to perform ‘production level’ economic evaluations for publication or reporting to stakeholders. Through a combination of lectures, practical modeling sessions, and individual projects, students will develop key skills and understanding in applied techniques, policy context, and theoretical considerations. The course requires foundational knowledge of economic evaluation, statistics, epidemiology, and health economics.
Wednesdays: 9:00 am to 12 noon