HMP806: Doctoral Seminar in Health Services and Systems Research IV
- Graduate level
- Winter term(s) for residential students;
- 1 credit hour(s) for residential students;
- Instructor(s): Hirth, Richard (Residential);
- Last offered Winter, 2018
- Prerequisites: None
- Description: The economics module will provide an introduction to economic reasoning and methods and a sample of research topics that have been approached by economists working on health and health care. Readings will be a mix of classic papers and recent papers that illustrate this approach yet are accessible to both economists and students training in other disciplines.
- Learning Objectives: Students should gain a better understanding of the role economics has played in health services research and public health and be able to identify how the approaches and questions addressed by economists compare to those taken by researchers specializing in other social science disciplines.
- Syllabus for HMP806
|Department||Program||Degree||Competency||Specific course(s) that allow assessment||HMP||Health Services Organization and Policy||PhD||Critically evaluate the prior literature in health services organization and policy, including motivation, theory, data quality, methods, results, conclusions, and policy recommendations||HMP802, HMP803, HMP804, HMP805, HMP806, HMP835||HMP||Health Services Organization and Policy||PhD||Develop research questions grounded in theory to expand knowledge about health services organization and policy||HMP802, HMP803, HMP804, HMP805, HMP806, HMP835|