2012
 

8. Economic Issues in Health and Health Care
  • Role: Tutor
  • Code: ECC2700 - Economic Issues in Health and Health Care
  • Faculty: Monash University Faculty of Business and Economics
  • Level: Undergraduate
  • Time: Semester 1

7. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy

  • Role: Moderator (Tutor)
  • Code: ECX9741 - Applied Health Economics and Health Policy
  • Faculty: Monash University Faculty of Business and Economics
  • Level: Postgraduate
  • Time: Summer Semester A


2011
 
 

6. Health Economics

  • Role: Moderator (Tutor)
  • Code: MED4071 - General Practice and Psychological Medicine, MED4082 - Women's and Children's Health, GMC4051 - General Practice and Medicine of the Mind & GMC4062 - Women's Health and Children's Health
  • Faculty: Monash University Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
  • Level: Undergraduate
  • Time: Semester 2

5. Health and Development at a Macro Level

  • Role: Lecturer
  • Code: ECX9750 - Principles of Health Economics for Developing Countries: "Where Should the Money Go?" (Module 1: Economics, Health Economics and Development)
  • Faculty: Monash University Faculty of Business and Economics & Burnet Institute
  • Level: Postgraduate
  • Time: Semester 1, 16/05/2011, 13:30 ~ 15:15
4. Economic Issues in Health and Health Care
  • Role: Tutor
  • Code: ECC2700 - Economic Issues in Health and Health Care
  • Faculty: Monash University Faculty of Business and Economics
  • Level: Undergraduate 
  • Time: Semester 1

3. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy

  • Role: Moderator (Tutor)
  • Code: ECX9741 - Applied Health Economics and Health Policy
  • Faculty: Monash University Faculty of Business and Economics
  • Level: Postgraduate
  • Time: Summer Semester A

 
2010
 
 
2. Health Economics
  • Role: Moderator (Tutor)
  • Code: MED4071 - General Practice and Psychological Medicine, MED4082 - Women's and Children's Health, GMC4051 - General Practice and Medicine of the Mind & GMC4062 - Women's Health and Children's Health
  • Faculty: Monash University Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences 
  • Level: Undergraduate 
  • Time: Semester 2

1. Health and Development

  • Role: Lecturer
  • Code: ECX9750 - Principles of Health Economics for Developing Countries: "Where Should the Money Go?" (Module 1: Economics, Health Economics and Development)
  • Faculty: Monash University Faculty of Business and Economics & Burnet Institute
  • Level: Postgraduate
  • Time: Semester 1, 17/05/2010, 13:30 ~ 15:00
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