Nijmegen, Netherlands

The Use of Health Technology Assessment (HTA) to Support Universal Health Coverage

online course
when 5 July 2021 - 9 July 2021
language English
duration 1 week
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 350

This course provides practical and stepwise guidance on the use of evidence-informed deliberative processes in HTA to design a country’s health benefit package. You will learn how this approach promotes legitimate decision-making on the path to universal health coverage.

Course leader

Rob Baltussen
Professor Global health economics
Radboud University Medical Centre, Health Evidence

Target group

Master
PhD
Post-doc
Professional

Course aim

After this course you are able to:

Understand the concepts of HTA, UHC and evidence-informed deliberative processes
Understand best practices of HTA for benefit package design
Apply the concept of HTA and EDPs in your own context

Fee info

EUR 350: Early Bird fee:
€263:
for students and PhDs from our partner universities
for students and PhDs from Radboud University
for alumni of Radboud Summer School and Radboud University
€ 315: for all other applicants.

Scholarships

Please check with the international office of your university if any scholarships are available (Erasmus+, fee waivers).

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