Pharmacoeconomics: Principles, Methods and Indian Scenario.
This study aimed to investigate the effect of incorporating adverse drug reactions in economic analyses of drug therapies. Subsequently, the impact of this information on prescribing in primary care is explored. In order to achieve the aims of the study, three main studies were conducted. In the first study, an economic analysis was conducted to estimate the comparative costs of a large UK.
The PhD in Health Economics and Policy is offered part-time via blended learning. Teaching and research activities are carried out through a combination of face-to-face and online interaction, allowing you to undertake the majority of study from your own location whilst fulfilling your existing responsibilities.
Information about Pharmacy Degrees. Pharmacy is a subject which deals with the techniques of preparing and dispensing drugs. Students attending Pharmacy degrees will learn how different types of drugs affect the human body and mind and how they interact when mixed together.
Dr. Chris Endres graduated with a PhD from the Department of Pharmaceutics in 2008, having written his thesis on “The Role of the Equilibrative Nucleoside Transporter 1(ENT1) on the Absorption and Disposition of Ribavirin in the Mouse, under his advisor Jash Unadkat.
Pharmacoeconomics has been defined as “the description and analysis of the costs of drug therapy to health care systems and society.”7 Pharmacoeconomic research identifies, measures, and compares the costs (ie, resources consumed) and consequences (ie, clinical, economic, humanistic) of pharmaceutical products and services.
Health Policy and Health Economics at LSE cover the choice, design, analysis, and evaluation of health and social care policies, institutions and practice in Low-, Middle-, and High-Income settings. This is an interdisciplinary programme, drawing on disciplines relevant to the research topic, and the health-specific and social care-specific application of an array of social sciences.
Pharmacoeconomics refers to the scientific discipline that compares the value of one pharmaceutical drug or drug therapy to another. (1) (2) It is a sub-discipline of health economics. A pharmacoeconomic study evaluates the cost (expressed in monetary terms) and effects (expressed in terms of monetary value, efficacy or enhanced quality of life ) of a pharmaceutical product.