This page is part of the Health Economics education site, led by the Institute of Health & Society at Newcastle University.

Instructions for a classroom exercise on eliciting and analysing visual analogue scale valuations for EQ-5D health states. This exercise involves students completing a VAS valuation task, and then using their questionnaires as the basis for a structured discussion, and a follow-up exercise to analyse the data from the group. Also provided here, the VAS questionnaire to accompany this exercise. Please note this is provided only for use in this classroom experiment! Exercise developed by Nancy Devlin at City University, 2008.

Instructions and exercise sheets required to run two classroom experiments (a) a classroom experiment on willingness to pay (WTP) and (b) eliciting Time Trade Off (TTO) values in the classroom. The latter can be demonstrated to students using a simple spreadsheet. These are part of the teaching resources developed to accompany Economic Analysis in Health Care by Morris, Devlin and Parkin (2007) and available via the book's companion website. Reproduced here with kind permission of Wiley.

A simple pen-and-paper exercise on incremental cost effectiveness ratios, suitable for use with with under-grad students or as an introductory exercise for post-grads, including detailed notes for instructors. This exercise was developed to accompany Economic Analysis in Health Care by Morris, Devlin and Parkin (2007); the instructor notes are provided by Nancy Devlin, 2008.

 


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