E-Learning: Basics in Health Economics
E-learning tool (online)
This self-study online programme has been developed by the European Center of Pharmaceutical Medicine (ECPM)/ Institute of Pharmaceutical Medicine at the University of Basel. The e-learning programme is based on the well-established face to face course on health economics offered by our institution. The scientific content was developed by Prof. Thomas Szucs and PD Dr. Matthias Schwenkglenks and other specialists from the field
The E-learning tool is an academic training, an elective module of the Master Course (MMD) or continuing education course, e.g. training of opinion leaders, employees etc.
At the end of the course, the participants should be able to describe:
- The fundamental concepts of health economics
- Key elements of health economic Evaluation
- Assessment and analysis of a published health economic study
- The importance of health economic/ pharmacoeconomic methods and concepts for the drug development process, clinical trials, and post-marketing surveillance
- How policy makers set priorities in health care and how health economic evaluations support this process
Structure and workload
The curriculum consists of 9 different lessons with a duration of approximately 60 to 90 minutes each. In addition individual study such as critical appraisal of specific literature is required (in total: approx. 25 hours).Each lesson is aimed to achieve a set of learning outcomes, using interactive techniques to help reinforcing the taught topics. The training course has being developed by using the latest methods in electronic education, providing an interactive environment for self-paced learning.
After successful completion of the e-learning course, 1 ECTS will be awarded (Certificate of Attendance from the University of Basel)
CHF 650.– (incl. VAT)
CHF 550.- (incl. VAT) for employees of universities and other non-commercial institutions