Development of health economics learning material : report on a WHO meeting, Lund, Sweden 30 September-2 October 1998
AbstractHealth economics and health policy experts met to review nine previously commissioned modules, to determine the need for further modules, and to discuss suitable learning modes. The objective is to generate a set of modular learning materials, through which the basics of the health economics approach can be disseminated to a broad audience in the context of the health for all policy. All the current modules were retained, with some modification of content and style. Eleven additional modules, following the standard format, were identified and authorship proposed. Learning modes and techniques were discussed, and it was noted that different approaches would be needed for different target groups. The modules will be subject to peer review, and feedback will be encouraged from both tutors and target groups. It was agreed that revisions to the current modules would be finalized within a few months, and that the new modules would be prepared before mid-1999. All modules will be reviewed at a progress meeting
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (1999). Development of health economics learning material : report on a WHO meeting, Lund, Sweden 30 September-2 October 1998. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/108245
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Second meeting on the development of health economics learning modules : report on a WHO meeting, Athens, Greece 7-8 April 1999 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/POLC 02 01 01, 1999)Health economics and health policy experts met to review the work that had been accomplished in the development of health economics learning materials within the framework of target 18 of the Health21 policy: developing human resources for health. The objective of the initiative is to generate a set of modular learning materials by which the health economics approach can be disseminated to a broad audience There was consensus that, overall, the production of modules was proceeding well. It was agreed that the drafts of the current modules should ...