Topic only available to students meeting the eligibility requirements for entry to the postgraduate health administration courses.
Theoretical models, concepts and analytical techniques used and their relevance at the macro and micro levels within the discipline of health economics.
This topic introduces basic concepts and practical issues faced by decision makers at all levels in the health system in allocating scarce resources so that the choices they make maximise health benefits to the population. This topic has four main learning modules:
This topic aims to introduce students to basic economic concepts and the application of these concepts to policy and resource allocation decisions.
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