International Doctoral Courses and Seminars in Health Economics and Policy

International Doctoral Courses and Seminars in Health Economics and Policy

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Course Duration

24 Months

Type

Phd programs, supplementary courses

Certifications & Titles

ECTS: 3

The program

The goal of the program is to offer advanced and highly specialized courses in health economics and policy, as well as seminars and workshops with leading international experts. This program is being offered within the framework of the Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+) and the various partners of SSPH+ (Basel, Lausanne, Lucerne, Lugano and Zurich) will offer specialized courses for the participants.

The objectives

The International doctoral Courses and Seminars in Health Economics and Policy are intended for PhD students from Swiss universities as well as foreign universities who wish to enhance their specific knowledge and sharpen their capabilities in the field of health economics and policy. Researchers with a PhD in economics and related disciplines as well as health researchers with a significant interest in economics who wish to deepen their knowledge of some topics can also be admitted

Certification

  • Students receive a certificate for each course that they attend
  • Each completed course is awarded 3 ECTS
  • Students who pass an exam receive a certificate of success and a grade report
  • A certificate for having achieved the PhD specialisation in Health Economics will be awarded for having achieved 15 credits (5 courses). The approval will be signed by the program director

More information

Please, send us an email if you need more information: phd@sggoe.ch

Overview of Courses: 

22-26 Mar 2021
Basel / Online
Experimental Health Economics Prof. Jeannette Brosig-Koch
28 Jun - 2 Jul 2021
Lucerne
Cost Effectiveness Modeling for HTA Dr. David Meads, Dr. Peter Hall, Dr. Dan Howdon, Dr. Bethany Shinkins
16 - 20 Aug 2021
Lugano
Panel data and non-linear models Prof. Patrick Gagliardini
23 - 27 Aug 2021
Basel
Medical Decision Making - A Health Economic Perspective Prof. Stefan Felder, Prof. Mathias Kifmann
Jan 2022
Lucerne
Empirical Policy Evaluation in Health* Prof. Maarten Lindeboom, Prof. Bas van der Klaauw
     

* Please note that course dates are not confirmed yet, changes are still possible.

 

Application Requirements:

  • Graduate degree in related discipline
  • Personal data/curriculum vitae
  • Enrollment Form

Doctoral Program Entry Requirements

Applicants of the International Doctoral Courses and Seminars in Health Economics and Policy need to:

  • be registered as candidates of a PhD in economics or in a related discipline
  • demonstrate sufficient proficiency in microeconomics, and
  • demonstrate sufficient proficiency in econometrics or statistics.

A full resume, along with the enrollment form will have to be submitted to the administration of the program. A final decision with regards to admission will be taken after a thorough and individual assessment of the application.

Students can apply via http://www.sggoe.ch

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Attendance

Partially Online (some attendance required)

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Course Duration

24 Months

Type

Phd programs, supplementary courses

Certifications & Titles

ECTS: 3

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