Resources and Opportunities

Mentorship Program

IHEA initiated a mentorship program in 2019 to support early- and mid-career health economists in their professional development and personal wellbeing.  Every year, there is a call for experienced health economists to volunteer to be mentors and for applications from IHEA members who would like to be mentees. As many mentee applicants as possible are matched with a mentor, based on common research interests and other preferences. The program consists of at least four meetings, usually via video call, over a one-year period.

The call for mentors and mentees is issued in May, and mentors and mentees are matched by late June of each year.

Funding, Publication and Other Opportunities

Information on requests for grant funding proposals, calls for special issue journal contributions and similar opportunities will be posted here and regularly updated.  Please share information on such opportunities by emailing ihea@healtheconomics.org.

EDI Resources

Many universities and other institutions are seeking to promote equality, diversity and inclusion in their organizations and activities, and have developed policies and guidelines which may be helpful resources for others pursuing these goals. We provide links to a few such resources developed by some universities. We will update this list as more materials come to our attention (please send us information on useful resources), and will add ones developed specifically by and for IHEA.

Health Economics Training Programs

A wide range of health economics training programs are offered by a growing number of universities around the world.  Those offered by IHEA University members are listed below (by region and country/territory in alphabetical order). Become an IHEA University member to include your course information in this listing.

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