Designed for frontline staff, leading services in health and social care organisations, and academic staff aiming to incorporate a pragmatic approach to economic assessment into their curricula.
What do participants learn?
Through face-to-face teaching, one-to-one coaching and tutorials, participants learn about
- the principles of economic assessment
- different approaches to economic assessment
- how to undertake an economic assessment to demonstrate value in practice.
At the end of the course participants:
- understand how to effectively communicate the value of their service to key decision makers
- know how to lead informed discussions with key stakeholders while ensuring their economic assessment has impact
- learn how to apply the principles of economic assessment in practice - demonstrating the true economic costs and the benefits of their service
- develop a case study to share with key stakeholders to inform organisational decision making.
For a cohort of 10 individuals, the cost starts at £13,950 + VAT per cohort.