Economics and Policy Evaluation in Health
This one hour course will give an introduction to the economics and policy evaluation in health. We would like to implement a new course for students, researchers and professionals on this topic. It would be great to have a mix of people who may or may not know health econometrics and health policy research for constructive feedback.

The course is structured like this:

To understand what is meant by health economics and policy evaluation
Provide definition and examples
Understand the use of the data sources
Provide information about the data sources used for health economics
Data visualization
Different methods used to evaluate health policy
Econometrics models (OLS, 2SLS, quantile regression)
Interpretation of the Outcomes (infant maternal outcomes, immigration and health, health care services) and possible policy implication
To understand strategies to investigate the link between health and economic
Provide examples of how to explore the health data with the economic theory
Provide information about how health policy affect healthcare
To understand strategies to investigate and quantify the effects of health policies
Evaluate how demand and supply in health change according to the economic incentives
Evaluate the distortion of health policy if the economic theory is not into account

Date: 9 October 2018, 10:00 (Tuesday, 1st week, Michaelmas 2018)
Venue: Gibson Building, Woodstock Road OX2 6HE
Venue Details: 1st Floor, Meeting room 3
Speaker: Dr Catia Nicodemo (CHSEO, University of Oxford)
Organising department: Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences
Organiser: Dr Catia Nicodemo (CHSEO, University of Oxford)
Booking required?: Not required
Audience: Members of the University only
Editors: Dan Richards-Doran, Jessy Morton, Stuart Redding