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The Health Economics Research Group (HERG) has developed an international reputation in health economics, building on strong foundations and a consistent strategy pursued over more than twenty years. HERG's strategic focus is on the economic evaluation of a broad range of clinical and health service technologies and its dual aim is to provide applied, policy-relevant research whilst developing and refining methods to increase the rigour and relevance of such studies. This strategy is highly relevant as economic evaluation begins to play more and more influential roles in international and national policies on the adoption and use of specific technologies.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 30 of 231
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2014Rolling out ROI toolsPokhrel, S
2014Systematic review and network meta-analysis comparing antithrombotic agents for the prevention of stroke and major bleeding in patients with atrial fibrillationCameron, C; Coyle, D; Richter, T; Kelly, S; Gauthier, K, et al
2015How much improvement in mental health can be expected when people stop smoking? Findings from a national surveyWest, R; Brown, J; Shahab, L; Pokhrel, S; Owen, L
2015Healthcare interventions to promote and assist tobacco cessation: a review of efficacy, effectiveness and affordability for use in national guideline developmentWest, R; Raw, M; McNeill, A; Stead, L; Aveyard, P, et al
2015Integration versus separation: structure and strategies of the technology transfer office (TTO) in medical research organizationsDerrick, GE
2015Does a voucher program improve reproductive health service delivery and access in Kenya?Njuki, R; Abuya, T; Kimani, J; Kanya, L; Korongo, A, et al
2015Adapting the CHEERS statement for reporting cost-benefit analysis.Sanghera, S; Frew, E; Roberts, T
2015Statin use after acute myocardial infarction by patient complexity: Are the rates right?Brooks, JM; Cook, E; Chapman, CG; Schroeder, MC; Chrischilles, EA, et al
2014Geographic variation in statin use for complex acute myocardial infarction patients: evidence of effective care?Brooks, JM; Cook, EA; Chapman, CG; Kulchaitanaroaj, P; Chrischelles, EA, et al
2015Instrumental variable methods to assess quality of care the marginal effects of process-of-care on blood pressure change and treatment costsKulchaitanaroaj, P; Carter, BL; Goedken, AM; Chrischelles, EA; Brooks, JM
2015Societal impact evaluation: Exploring evaluator perceptions of the characterization of impact under the REF2014Samuel, G; Derrick, G
2015Can Reproductive Health Voucher Programs Improve Quality of Postnatal Care? A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of Kenya’s Safe Motherhood Voucher SchemeWatt, C; Abuya, T; Warren, CE; Obare, F; Kanya, L, et al
2015Mind the gap! A multilevel analysis of factors related to variation in published cost-effectiveness estimates within and between countriesBoehler, C; Lord, J
2015Health research improves healthcare: now we have the evidence and the chance to help the WHO spread such benefits globallyHanney, SR; Gonzalez-Block, MA
2014EQ-5D in skin conditions: an assessment of validity and responsivenessLongworth, L; Brazier, J; Yang, Y
2013Measuring the effect of opportunity cost of time on participation in sports and exerciseAnokye, NK; Pokhrel, S; Fox-Rushby, J
2014Four centuries on from Bacon: Progress in building health research systems to improve health systems?Hanney, SR; González-Block, MA
2009Benefits of global partnerships to facilitate access to medicines in developing countries: A multi-country analysis of patients and patient outcomes in GIPAPKanavos, P; Vandoros, S; Garcia-Gonzalez, P
2014What guidance are researchers given on how to present network meta-analyses to end-users such as policymakers and clinicians? A systematic reviewSullivan, SM; Coyle, D; Wells, G
2014A bayesian meta-analysis of multiple treatment comparisons of systemic regimens for advanced pancreatic cancerChan, K; Shah, K; Lien, K; Coyle, D; Lam, H, et al
2013Routine versus selective cardiac magnetic resonance in non-ischemic heart failure - OUTSMART-HF: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial (IMAGE-HF (heart failure) project 1-B)Paterson, I; Wells, GA; Ezekowitz, JA; White, JA; Friedrich, MG, et al
2013Effect of folic acid supplementation in pregnancy on preeclampsia: The folic acid clinical trial studyWen, SW; Champagne, J; Rennicks White, R; Coyle, D; Fraser, W, et al
2013Computed tomographic coronary angiography for patients with heart failure (CTA-HF): A randomized controlled trial (IMAGE HF Project 1-C)Chow, BJW; Green, RE; Coyle, D; Laine, M; Hanninen, H, et al
2012Comparing multiple competing interventions in the absence of randomized trials using clinical risk-benefit analysisLazo-Langner, A; Rodger, MA; Barrowman, NJ; Ramsay, T; Wells, PS, et al
2010Determining utility values related to malaria and malaria chemoprophylaxisMcCarthy, AE; Coyle, D
2014A Microsoft-Excel-based tool for running and critically appraising network meta-analyses--an overview and application of NetMetaXL.Brown, S; Hutton, B; Clifford, T; Coyle, D; Grima, D, et al
2007Ten years of lesbian health survey research in the UK West Midlands.Meads, C; Buckley, E; Sanderson, P
2003The utilisation of health research in policy-making: concepts, examples and methods of assessment.Hanney, SR; Gonzalez-Block, MA; Buxton, MJ; Kogan, M
2014Numbers are not the whole story: a qualitative exploration of barriers and facilitators to increased physical activity in a primary care based walking interventionNormansell, R; Smith, J; Victor, C; Cook, DG; Kerry, S, et al
2013Alternative Imaging Modalities in Ischemic Heart Failure (AIMI-HF) IMAGE HF project I-A: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trialO'Meara, E; Mielniczuk, LM; Wells, GA; deKemp, RA; Klein, R, et al
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 30 of 231
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