web-archive-net.com » NET » S » SCOTPHN.NET

Total: 197

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Learning - ScotPHN
    Public Health Textbook Research methods appropriate to public health practice including epidemiology statistical methods and other methods of enquiry including qualitative research methods Disease causation and the diagnostic process in relation to public health prevention and health promotion Health Information Medical Sociology Social Policy and Health Economics Organisation and Management of Health Care and Health Care Programmes from a Public Health Perspective E Learning Epidemiology Health Information Statistical Methods Video Courses Finding and Appraising the Evidence Learning from Stakeholders Obesity Care Pathway Support Package Programme Budgeting Marginal Analysis Screening Sustainable Healthcare Health Economics Index David Parkin Health Economics Index Principles of health economics includes scarcity supply demand marginal analysis distinctions between need and demand opportunity cost margins efficiency and equity Assessing performance Financial resource allocation Systems of health and social care and the role of incentives to achieve desired end points Techniques of economic appraisal includes cost effectiveness analysis modelling cost utility analysis option appraisal cost benefit analysis the measurement of health benefits in terms of QALYs and related measures e g DALYs Marginal analysis Decision analysis The role of economic evaluation and priority setting in health care decision making includes the cost effectiveness of public health and public health interventions and involvement References The Bandolier learning zone is for anyone undertaking self directed learning about evidence based methods Bias guide Outputs and utility Quality and validity Size Primer on calculating numbers needed to treat Good clinical guideline Implementing numbers needed to treat Integrated care pathway On care pathways Programme budgeting and marginal analysis Implementing PBMA Implementing QALYs Clinical governance NICE The US National Library of Medicine and National Information Center on Health Services Research and Health Care Technology sites host a number of short learning activities Including Health Economics Information Resources A Self Study Course Finding and Using Health Statistics HTA 101 Introduction to Health Technology Assessment HTA 101 and Comparative Effectiveness Research a 2 Part Webinar Series Health Indicators a 4 Part Webinar Series Introduction to Health Services Research A Self Study Course Yorkshire and Humber Health Intelligence produce information data and intelligence on people s health and health care for practitioners policy makers and the wider community Health Economics Costs Evaluation Measuring Health Outcomes The purpose of the HTA Glossary is to give the Health Technology Assessment community both producers and users of health technology assessment information a common vocabulary for work in this field The HTA glossary is an official collaboration between International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment Health Technology Assessment international and other partner organizations ISPOR serves the public interest by promoting the science of pharmacoeconomics and health care outcomes assessment by providing services to advance pharmacoeconomic and outcomes research and educational activities The ISPOR Educational Video Series is a collection of recordings from past ISPOR Meetings and Congresses focusing on trending pharmacoeconomic topics from the perspectives of leading health care experts This series is designed to provide knowledge and insight on Health Policy and Research coupled with the dissemination possibilities the internet

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/networks/health-economics-network-for-scotland/resources/learning/ (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Setting Priorities in Health and Social Care Integration: Economic and Provider Perspectives: 8th March 2016 - ScotPHN
    of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow 8th March 2016 This seminar from the Health Economics Network for Scotland and What Works Scotland will explore approaches to priority setting in health and social care Presentations will include government economic and provider perspectives on a recent project developing priority setting in health and social care The seminar will aim to help inform those involved in the development of health and social care partnerships and those working in those partnerships as they seek to prioritise areas of investment It will bring together policy makers in both central government and those working in local authorities community planning partnerships and health and social care partnerships service providers and academics and explore how decisions can be made that take into account the costs and benefits of various approaches and what effect different approaches may make The aim is to help those involved in health and social care integration develop an approach that will allow them to identify the potential effect of shifting patterns of investment and disinvestment within and between programmes of activity in terms of outcomes for patients and service users and effective resource use Share This Previous Video Next Identifying Appraising and Ap Click here

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/networks/health-economics-network-for-scotland/network-events/setting-priorities-in-health-and-social-care-integration-economic-and-provider-perspectives-8th-march-2016/ (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Related Events - ScotPHN
    HENS Inaugural Event 24th Feb Next Steering Group Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Health Economics Network for Scotland About Us Latest News Network Activities Resources Network Events Related Events Steering Group

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/networks/health-economics-network-for-scotland/related-events/ (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Steering Group - ScotPHN
    Marissa Collins Researcher Glasgow Caledonian University Ann Conacher Manager Scottish Public Health Network Lorna Kelly Associate Director Glasgow Centre for Population Health Phil Mackie Lead Consultant Scottish Public Health Network Nils Michael Economic Adviser Scottish Government William Moore Consultant in Public Health Medicine NHS Grampian Susan Myles Lead Health Economist Scottish Health Technologies Group Farouk Saeed Public Health Advisor NHS Health Scotland Share This Previous Related Events Next Join HENS

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/networks/health-economics-network-for-scotland/steering-group/ (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Join HENS - ScotPHN
    and in the economics of prevention and population health We are looking to strengthen our reach into areas that play lead roles in health and social care integration and in prevention for example local government Community Planning Partnerships CPPs and the third sector Subscribe to the HENS Newsletter Share This Previous Steering Group Next Contact Us Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/networks/health-economics-network-for-scotland/join-hens/ (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Contact Us - ScotPHN
    If you have any questions or comments or wish to join the Health Economics Network for Scotland please use the form below Name Phone Email Subject Message Human Verification 3 5 Share This Previous Join HENS Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Health Economics Network for Scotland About Us Latest News Network Activities Resources Network Events Related Events Steering Group Join HENS

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/networks/health-economics-network-for-scotland/contact-us/ (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Reports - ScotPHN
    of Housing Improvements A Guide February 2013 Health Impact Assessment of Rural Development A Guide June 2015 SHIIAN Community venues and facilities for sports leisure and culture impacts on health a Guide July 2015 Health Impact Assessment of Transport Initiatives a Guide September 2007 Health Impact Assessment of greenspace a Guide June 2008 Share This Previous Introduction Next Contact Us Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/networks/scottish-health-and-inequalities-impact-assessment-network-shiian/reports/ (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • ScotPHN ‹ Log In
    ScotPHN Username or Email Password Remember Me Register Lost your password Back to ScotPHN

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/wp-login.php?redirect_to=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.scotphn.net%2Fnetworks%2Fscottish-health-and-inequalities-impact-assessment-network-shiian%2Fintroduction%2F (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive