Course: Teaching Vaccine Economics Everywhere: Costing in Vaccine Planning And Programming

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Readings


Le Gargasson, Jean-Bernard, et al. "Costs of routine immunization and the introduction of new and underutilized vaccines in Ghana." Vaccine 33 (2015): A40-A46.

Usuf E, Mackenzie G, Lowe-Jallow Y, et al. 2014. Costs of vaccine delivery in the Gambia before and after, pentavalent and pneumococcal conjugate vaccine introductions. Vaccine 32, 1975-81.

EPIC country studies

Unit Topic Readings
1 Cost and Cost Classification

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2 Using Cost Data for Managerial Decision

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3 Cost Data: sources, process and quality None
4 Costing methodology and perspective

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5 Cost profiles of routine Cost profiles of routine immunization programs

Common approaches for the costing and financing of routine immunization and new vaccines. Working Paper. Brenzel L. 2013.

WHO guidelines on health service and program costing

Brenzel, Logan, Darwin Young, and Damian G. Walker. "Costs and financing of routine immunization: approach and selected findings of a multi-country study (EPIC)." Vaccine 33 (2015): A13-A20.

6 Costing new vaccine introduction (NUVI) (Application 3)

Griffiths UK, Bozzani FM, Chansa C, et al. 2016. Costs of introducing pneumococcal, rotavirus and a second dose of measles vaccine into the Zambian immunization programme: Are expansions sustainable? Vaccine 34, 4213-20.

Non-Exhaustive Readings Brenzel L. 2013. Common approaches for the costing and financing of routine immunization and new vaccines. Working Paper.

Brenzel L, Young D, Walker DG. 2015. Costs and financing of routine immunization: Approach and selected findings of a multi-country study (EPIC). Vaccine 33S: A13-20.

EPIC immunization costing studies.

Gargasson JBL, Nyonator FK, Adibo M, et al. 2015. Costs of routine immunization and the introduction of new and underutilized vaccines in Ghana. Vaccine 33S, A40-46.

Janusz CB, Orjuela CC, Aguilera IBM et al. 2015. Examining the cost of delivering routine immunization in Honduras. Vaccine 33S, A53-59.

Goguadze K, Chikovani I, Gaberi C et al. 2015. Costs of routine immunization services in Moldova: Findings of a facility-based costing study. Vaccine 33S, A60-65.

Schutte C, Chansa C, Marinda E, et al. 2015. Cost analysis of routine immunisation in Zambia. Vaccine 33S, A47-52.

Chatterjee S, Das P, Nigam A, et al. 2016. Cost of delivering routine immunization services in India. New Delhi: Public Health Foundation of India.

Ahanhanzo CD, Huang XX, Le Gargasson JB, et al. 2015. Determinants of routine immunization costing in Benin and Ghana in 2011. Vaccine 33S, A66-71.

Maceira D, Goguadze K, Gotsadze G. 2015. The drivers of facility-based immunization performance and costs. An application to Moldova. Vaccine 33S, A72-78.

Usuf E, Mackenzie G, Lowe-Jallow Y, et al. 2014. Costs of vaccine delivery in the Gambia before and after, pentavalent and pneumococcal conjugate vaccine introductions. Vaccine 32, 1975-81.

Griffiths UK, Bozzani FM, Chansa C, et al. 2016. Costs of introducing pneumococcal, rotavirus and a second dose of measles vaccine into the Zambian immunization programme: Are expansions sustainable? Vaccine 34, 4213-20.

Levin C, Minh HV, Odaga J, et al. 2013. Delivery cost of human papillomavirus vaccination of young adolescent girls in Peru, Uganda and Viet Nam. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 91, 585-92.