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February 28, 2007

International Master's Degree in Health Economics and Pharmacoeconomics: CRES (Research Centre for Health and Economics) and IDEC (Continuing Education Institute), Pompeu Fabra University

Location: Distance Learning Programme
Dates: 28 February 2007

Website: http://www.idec.upf.edu/mesiol

About us: This distance learning programme is based on the wide experience in on-site academic education provided by 13 editions of the Master’s Degree in Health Economics and Health Care Management given at Pompeu Fabra University, which in its early years was taught in conjunction with the University of Barcelona. This distance learning programme also takes advantage of the experience provided by the various editions of the Spanish online course taught since 2002.

The materials for the distance modules have been prepared by researchers of renowned international prestige working at the UPF Research Centre for Economics and Health (CRES) and teaching staff of the Department of Economics and Business and the Department of Health Sciences of Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, Spain), together with other collaborators, all with proven academic and professional experience. The content of the various courses combines the explanation of the methodological foundations with the use of the instruments, based on the publications of the faculty and collaborators and the discussion of case studies taken from the specialist literature.

UPF and the Continuing Education Institute (IDEC) of Pompeu Fabra University provide all the necessary information technology infrastructure and other resources for the smooth running of the course. Taking advantage of the new possibilities offered by the information technologies, this course will be taught entirely online, combining the use of web technology, hypertexts and e-mail to allow continual teacher/participant and participant/teacher interaction

Course Content

  • Module 1: Economic Evaluation of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Technologies (1): Basic Concepts
  • Module 2: Quantitative Techniques Applied to Health Service Management
  • Module 3: Economics and Policies of Pharmaceutical Financing
  • Module 4: Economic Evaluation of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Technologies (2): Advances
  • Module 5: Drug Management in Health Systems
  • Module 6: Health Economics (1)
  • Module 7: Health Economics (2)
  • Module 8: Term Paper

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