PHSP seminar: Health Outcomes Research with focus on Population Health Studies
The Doctoral Programme in Public Health Science (PHSP) welcomes all doctoral students and researchers at KI to our second seminar with Associate Professor Kristina Burström. The theme for PHSP's autumn seminars is Health Economics Research.
The purpose of the PHSP seminars is to provide an intellectually challenging, yet generous and informal, environment where doctoral students can work on core topics and develop their knowledge together with junior and senior colleagues. Doctoral students will receive 0,3 credits per seminar or 1,5 credits per seminar series.
About the seminar leader
Seminar leader is Kristina Burström, Associate Professor of Health Economics. She is head of the research group Health outcomes and economic evaluation at the Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics (LIME) at KI. Kristina is also member of the research group Equity and Health Policy at the Department of Public Health Sciences (PHS) and visiting professor at Nanjing Medical University, China.
To attend the seminar, register by November 15 to firstname.lastname@example.org
About PHSP's seminar series autumn 2017
Through the Health Economics Research seminar series, we will focus on health outcomes measurement and economic evaluation. Health outcomes measurement and valuation of health status are crucial in studies of population health, health inequalities, and in economic evaluation. Economic evaluation involves the comparison of costs and benefits from alternative uses of resources.
We will discuss how economic evaluation might be useful in health care. The three seminars are aligned and pre-knowledge based on the previous seminars is assumed. Articles assumed to have been read before the seminar, and questions to guide reading, will be provided via email on beforehand to facilitate learning and discussions.Contact person: Daniel Falkstedt