Short Course in Cost, Cost-Effectiveness, and Cost-Benefit Analysis

This master’s level short course will focus on applied economic evaluation (costing, cost-effectiveness analysis, and related skills) and will help develop local skills in this area. 

Examples and data from several applied studies, including local HIV- and TB-related interventions, will be used to train participants to estimate program costs; conduct cost-effectiveness analysis to help choose between alternatives; and evaluate the benefits of interventions. 

The course will include both lectures and hands-on problem sets and analyses.

Course offered by the Health Economics and Epidemiology Research Office (HE2RO) at Wits University.

No course fee.

More information about the course

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