Salzburg Maastricht University Seminar in Economic Evaluation in Healthcare

The Care and Public Health Research Institute (CAPHRI), The Asssociation of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER) and The Open Medical Institute (OMI) have joined forces to build a new Public Health Academy. Within this partnership several courses are offered to CAPHRI PhD candidates. From Sunday, November 24 to Saturday, November 30, 2024 the course 'Economic Evaluation in Healthcare’ will take place. 

Outline course

This is a one-week course for healthcare researchers and healthcare professionals who want to understand the basics of economic evaluation and its application to health technology assessment and decision-making. Economic evaluation tools are largely accepted as indispensable instruments in the evaluation of healthcare goods, services, policy and system reforms. These tools are of critical importance in decision-making for developing evidence-informed policies pertaining to all aspects of resource allocation. Such tools provide insights on how to improve efficiency and how to protect the quality and equity of both healthcare financing and provision.

Course leaders
Silvia Evers, Professor of Public Health Technology Assessment at Maastricht University.

Milena Pavlova, Professor of Health Economics and Equity at Maastricht University.

The course will take place at the Open Medical Institute, Schloss Arenberg, Salzburg, Austria. The course is open to 8 CAPHRI PhD candidates (first come, first serve). 

To register, please send an email to Remember to consult your supervisor before registering. 

€300. Including dinners and hotel accommodation. For your travel expenses, there will be a reimbursement up to €200 (after submission of original receipts).

This course is organised by CAPHRI, in cooperation with ASPHER and OMI.
ASPHER is the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region. The Open Medical Institute (OMI) is an international initiative for medical professionals, which through education and research, aims to improve healthcare on a global scale.

Salzburg Maastricht University Seminar in Economic Evaluation in Healthcare

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