15 July 2022
Planetary Health, Public Health & Economics
This course will offer a versatile view on the topic of Planetary and Public Health in combination with economic questions. Central to this course is the exploration of the interdependencies between human health and the natural environment, such as the associations between health behavior, nutrition and planetary health. In addition to that, students will learn about sustainable economic models and their application to challenges related to climate change and sustainability.
The course should prepare students by increasing their knowledge in:
- The economics of health and healthcare
- Economic evaluation of health interventions
- Planetary health and the relationship between human health and the health of the natural environment
- Associations between health behaviour, nutrition and planetary health
- Sustainable economic models to protect planetary health
Prof. Dr. Martin Hensher
Deakin University, Australia
Prof. Dr. Eckhard Nagel
University of Bayreuth, Germany
The programme is open to students (preferably post-graduate or at least in their last third of their studies) and professionals from all disciplines, although the course will focus on Public Health.
Please ask the Summer School team for detailed information on credit points.
EUR 1110: Regular Rate
EUR 710: Rate for students from partner universities
Students from partner universities may qualify for reduced tuition fees.