Teaching materials repository
The objectives of this repository are to:
- Create a global community of health economics teachers willing to share resources with others; and
- Promote quality health economics training through the sharing and use of these resources.
The repository is made possible by the generosity and commitment of those who are willing to share their teaching material. The UK Health Economics education (HEe) initiative provided the initial set of materials incorporated in the repository.
We encourage all health economics teachers committed to building health economics education capacity and enhancing the quality of teaching to submit material for incorporation in this repository. The materials are made available as Open Educational Resources (OER), using a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License, to ensure that you are credited whenever your materials are used.
Submitted materials will be reviewed by conveners of the Teaching Health Economics Special Interest Group (THE SIG), for example, to ensure that there is appropriate referencing of figures and tables, before being made publicly available.
Using the Materials
We encourage the use of these resources by health economics teachers, with appropriate acknowledgment of the author(s) of the materials. The materials in this repository are made available as Open Educational Resources (OER), using a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License. Attribution means that anyone may download the material and use it in their training programs, but you must credit the original source (indicate the name of the author, the title of the material and provide a URL link to the material). Share Alike means that you can adapt the materials, but you must credit the original source, indicate that changes have been made and must share the new version of the materials under the same terms as the original.
To access the materials, please select the health economics topic area and type of material you are looking for. While most of the materials are currently in English, we are striving to increase access to materials in other languages; you should also select your preferred language.