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Health Economics

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Eligibility Criteria for M.Phil Health Economics

Candidate should have completed 16 years of education (master and/or BS honors degree) from an HEC recognized national or international university, with a minimum of 2.5 CGPA (semester system) or 2nd Division (annual system). The candidates awaiting results of their master or honors degrees may also apply for admission. Their admission is conditional on obtaining at least 2nd Division (annual system)/2.5 CGPA (semester system) in their respective BS honors/Master programs.

 

Academic Program

Total Credit Hours: 36

Core Course Credit hrs: 12

Elective Course Credit hrs: 12

Research Work/Thesis : 12

Duration: 2 years (with the provision of one year extension)

 04 Core and 04 Elective Courses

Semester wise program structure

 

S.No

Course

Credits

S.No

Course

Credits

Semester-I

Semester-II

1.

Core-I

3

5.

Core-III

3

2.

Core-II

3

6.

Core-IV

3

3.

Elective-I

3

7.

Elective-III

3

4.

Elective-II

3

8.

Elective-IV

3

Semester-III & IV

9.

Thesis

12

 

Core Courses (3 credit hours each)

  1. HE-625 Issues in Public Health
  2. HE-691 Qualitative Research Methods
  3. HE-626 Medical Anthropology
  4. HE-604 Health Economics

 

Elective Courses (3 credit hours each)

  1. HE-700 Health and Population Dynamics
  2. HE-704 Health and Epidemiology
  3. HE-708 Economics of Social Policy
  4. HE-710 Environment and Health
  5. HE-715 Occupational Health
  6. HE-720 Hospital Management
  7. HE-725 Advanced Econometrics
  8. HE-730 Health Technology Assessment
  9. HE-735 Pharmaceutical Economics
  10. HE-736 Poverty and Health
  11. HE-740 Modeling in Health Economics
  12. HE-775 Ethics in Health Care
  13. HE-603 Economic Theory
  14. HE-610 Statistics and Econometrics
  15. HE-660 Health care financing and health insurance
  16. HE-635 Economic Evaluation methods
  17. HE-680 Health Policy and Planning
  18. HE-650 Healthcare Organization, Analysis and Management

 

 

  • Health and Economic Consequence of Overweight and Obesity in Pakistan
    by Maryam Naeem Satti
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Durr-e-Nayab

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  • Catastrophic Health Expenditures and Poverty in Pakistan.
    by Faham Masood
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Shujaat Farooq

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  • Occupational Injuries in Pakistan; Incidences and Economics Impact
    by Fasial Mushtaq
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Shujaat Farooq

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  • Recovery of Children from Malnutrition in Adolescence: The Case of Pakistan
    by Mahroo Shahid
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. G M Arif

 

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  • Estimating Cost of Illness and Factors Affecting non- Communicable Chronic Diseases among Employees of Working Age: A Case of Pakistan.
    by Nudrat Sabah
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor:Dr. Mahmood Khalid

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  • Regional Variation of Catastrophic Health Expenditure in Pakistan.
    by Ujala Shaban
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. G M Arif 

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  • Structural Equation Model for Determinants of Child Malnutrition: A Case of Pakistan.
    by Shahnila Naz
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Ahsan Ul Haq

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  • Economic Evaluation of Measles Supplementary Immunization Activity. A Case Study in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan.
    by Saadia Rehman
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Durr-e-Nayab

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  • Decomposing the Socioeconomic Inequalities in Child Mortality in Pakistan.
    by Muhammad Arif
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Mahmood Khalid 

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  • The Demand for Tobacco at Household level in Pakistan.
    by Hira Qasim
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Mahmood Khalid 

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  • Health Status and Social Protection of Ageing Population of Pakistan.
    by Sabahat Hussain
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Durr-e-Nayab 

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  • Willingness to Pay for Health Insurance and the Factor Affecting the Demand for Health Insurance: A Case Study
    by Kashif Habeeb
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Saqlain Raza 

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  • A Micro-level Analysis of the Effect of Remittances on Heath Care Expenditure; A Case Study of Pakistan
    by Muhammad Shoab
    Supervisor/Co-Supervisor: Dr. Muhammad Jahangir Khan 

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Decomposing the Socioeconomic Inequalities in Child Mortality in Pakistan

by Muhammad Arif

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Occupational Injuries in Pakistan: Incidences and Economic Impact

by Faisal Mushtaq
 

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The Demand for Tobacco Products at Household Level in Pakistan

by Hira Qasim

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Estimating cost of illness and factors affecting non-communicable chronic disease among employees of working age: A case of Pakistan

by Nudrat Sabha

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Structural Equation Model for determinants of child malnutrition in Pakistan

by Shahnila Naz
 

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Health & Economic Consequences of Obesity and Overweight in Pakistan
by  Maryam Naeem Satti

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