Academic Unit of Health Economics (AUHE)

AUHE was established in 2007 to create a health economics research and education centre with a portfolio of applied and methodological research. The research includes: economic evaluations alongside clinical trials; value of information studies; valuation of health, health care and wellbeing; priority setting in health care; health care policy; early stage efficiency in research and development; and applied health econometrics. Our research is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Board, Medical Research Council, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and the National Institute for Health Research, as well as the UK Department of Health. Our learning and teaching portfolio includes undergraduate, postgraduate and CPD courses attracting students from across the University, industry and the NHS.

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Head of Unit: Professor Claire Hulme
Academic Unit Support Secretary: Denise Womersley

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MSc in Health Economics at the University of Leeds.

See the course details and entry requirements. Applications are invited for the course starting in September 2016 (closing date August 2016).

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