Health Economics Lecture

Public policy lecture: Successful ageing without breaking the budget

Senior Professor Simon Eckermann
19 June 2017, Sydney Business School

The Sydney book launch of Health Economics from Theory to Practice included an accompanying public policy lecture "Successful ageing without breaking the budget". It focused on chapter 12 - policy implications and applications to health and aged care reform in the context of budget constrained baby boomer ageing from health promotion and prevention strategies with age and dementia friendly cities and communities and aged care environments through to promising palliative care options.

The full lecture is available below.



A short course, Health Economics from Theory to Practice: optimally informing related decisions of reimbursement, research and regulation in practice, was run on 22-24 November 2017 in Sydney at the Sydney Business School, Level 18, 1 Macquarie Pl, Circular Quay.

Eckermann Book Launch 2  

Last reviewed: 29 August, 2018


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