Health Economics Information Resources: A Self-Study Course
This class was created from modules originally presented at the Medical Library Association as a Continuing Education workshop on May 18, 2002 in Dallas, Texas, by Moira Napper, University of Aberdeen, Health Economics Research Unit (HERU), and Jean Newland, Lippincott Library @ Wharton, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
The online interactive format for this course and the review, quizzes, and related content have been developed by Laura Larsson, MLS, and Charles Hendricksen, PhD, Cedar Collaboration.
Want more information?
To find out more about this online learning opportunity, including its introduction and aims, as well as find out how to test yourself to advance your learning, take a quiz, get a Certificate of Success, and help us out with an evaluation, go to the Introduction and Purpose page.
Want to begin learning?
To begin learning about health economics, go to Module 1, Part 1: Scope of Health Economics and start reading.
Last Reviewed: February 23, 2016