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MSc Mental Health Economics

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This is a degree that will be delivered as a joint MSc between the School of Economics and Finance (SEF) and the Centre for Psychiatry (CFP) at the Wolfson Institute.

This unique MSc programme will offer students a combined training in the central principles of the economic analysis of mental health data, together with the key evidence bases for current mental health treatments and their clinical applications across contexts and cultures.

Students will have a choice between a generic training in health economics or, for those with an existing background in this area, specialist modules relating to advanced quantitative analysis of health data. For their MSc dissertation, students will have access to specialist datasets from health services research containing data suitable for further analysis.

Overview of the Programme

Dr Francesca Cornaglia, Reader in Economics at Queen Mary University of London, provides an overview of the MSc Mental Health Economics programme.

An insight into MSc Mental Health Economics

Dr Mark Freestone, Reader in Mental Health and Director of Postgraduate Taught Programmes in the Wolfson Institute provides a sample of the MSc Mental Health Economics programme.

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