Here we offer insights into selected scientific projects at the Institute.
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Education and Outreach
The Institute has been involved in a variety of further projects. Currently active cooperations include a study with the University of Heidelberg into the costs of mobbing among children (cf. Jantzer et al. 2018) and support of a systematic review designed to assess the health economic implications of nocturnal aircraft noise, as well as ongoing research related to patient-reported outcomes and health-related quality of life (e.g. Schlander 2020).
Recurring topics have been the normative analysis of health economic evaluation principles (e.g. Richardson and Schlander 2019) as well as studies on health technology assessment (HTA) in an international context (e.g. Schaefer and Schlander 2019, Schaefer et al. 2021); these interests are now reflected in various ongoing projects.
Education & Outreach
Academic education, executive education, as well as training programs in applied economic analysis have been constant activities since the inception of the Institute. Apart from cooperation with the London School of Economics, the European Market Access University Diploma (EMAUD) program at the University Claude Bernard Lyon I (UCBL I), and the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management (formerly also known as Bankakademie and Hochschule für Bankwirtschaft), the Institute has repeatedly offered both in-house as well as public courses.
The Institute has also worked on a broad range of topics related to Health Technology Assessments (HTAs) – partnering both with official HTA agencies as well as, on separate occasions, providers of services or manufacturers of products undergoing HTAs.
For some impressions of the Heidelberg Health Economics Summer School of years 2007, 2008, 2015, and 2016, please see here.