An audiovisual resource for Health Economics education (HEe)

An Economics Network funded project, 2010-11

Institution: University of Birmingham
Project leader: Dr Emma Frew

The purpose of this project is to stimulate students' interest in health economics, and make key contributions to health economics research accessible to a wider audience of leaders. We aim to achieve this by producing a series of high-quality audiovisual resources, presenting contemporary health economics issues and topics in an interesting and visually appealing way.

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The development of an Advisory Board to support Health Economics Education (HEe)

Institution: University of Birmingham
Project leader: Dr Emma Frew

The Health Economics Education (HEe) website was developed to encourage and support teaching and learning in health economics, to create a community of health economics teachers willing to share ideas, resources and expertise in health economics teaching and to promote health economics to potential students.

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Health Economics education (HEe)

Welcome to the Health Economics education website! Our core aims are:

  • 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.

The website has 2 user groups: students and teachers

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