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Health Economics Education (HE e ). HESG University of East Anglia January 2008 Nancy Devlin Associate/Advisor, Economics Network E-mail: [email protected] What is HE e ?. HEe is part of the Economics Network of the Higher Education Academy Aims:

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Health economics education he e
Health Economics Education(HEe)

HESG

University of East Anglia

January 2008

Nancy Devlin

Associate/Advisor, Economics Network

E-mail: [email protected]


What is he e
What is HEe?

  • HEe is part of the Economics Network of the Higher Education Academy

  • Aims:

    • To encourage and support teaching and learning in health economics in UK universities.

    • To create a community of health economics teachers willing to share ideas, resources and expertise in health economics teaching.

    • To promote health economics to potential students.


He e progress during the last 4 months
HEe: progress during the last 4 months

  • Website of teaching and learning resources

    www.economicsnetwork.ac.uk/health/

  • Individual contacts used to build a network of academics interested in supporting and promoting health economics teaching

  • Sources of funding identified for planned projects, and views about what resources and support would be most helpful/effective.


He e planned developments 2008 9
HEe: planned developments 2008/9

  • Establish a formal Advisory Group

  • Formal links with iHEA & HESG

  • HEA project funding applications to support

    • An audio-visual resource (e.g. a series of short interviews with leading health economists about their work)

    • Development of algebraic problem sets for UGs

  • Strategies to promote health economics in the UG curriculum

  • Special issue of IREE (proposal being drafted)

  • Develop materials/resources for ‘why study health economics’ (aimed at potential students)


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