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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 182
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2011Piloting the development of a cost-effective evidence-informed clinical pathway: managing hypertension in Jordanian primary careChalkidou, K; Lord, J; Obeidat, NA; Alabbadi, IA; Stanley, AG, et al
2013Correction: Study protocol: Improving patient choice in treating Low back pain (IMPACT - LBP): A randomised controlled trial of a decision support package for use in physical therapyPatel, S; Brown, S; Friede, T; Griffiths, F; Lord, J, et al
2013EXOGEN ultrasound bone healing system for long bone fractures with non-union or delayed healingYang, Y; Glover, M; Bayliss, S; Pokhrel, S; Lord, J, et al
2000The clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of methylphenidate for hyperactivity in childhoodLord, J; Paisley, S
2000The clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness of rosiglitazone for type 2 diabetes mellitusLord, J; Paisley, S; Taylor, R
2012Preventing disease and saving resources: the potential contribution of increasing breastfeeding rates in the UKRenfrew, MJ; Pokhrel, S; Quigley, M; McCormick, F; Fox-Rushby, J, et al
2015An exploratory study to test the impact on three "bolt-On" items to the EQ-5DYang, Y; Rowen, D; Brazier, J; Tsuchiya, A; Young, T, et al
2015Cost-effectiveness of non-invasive methods for assessment and monitoring of liver fibrosis and cirrhosis in patients with chronic liver disease: systematic review and economic evaluationCrossan, C; Tsochatzis, EA; Longworth, L; Gurusamy, K; Davidson, B, et al
2004Variation in the costs of delivering routine immunization services in PeruWalker, D; Mosqueira, NR; Penny, ME; Lanata, CF; Clark, AD, et al
2004The economics of vaccination in low- and middle-income countriesFox-Rushby, JA; Kaddar, M; Levine, R; Brenzel, L
2004The costs, effects and cost-effectiveness of strategies to increase coverage of routine immunizations in low- and middle-income countries: systematic review of the grey literatureBatt, K; Fox-Rushby, JA; Castillo-Riquelme, M
2013Chronic disease prevention and control: Alternative perspectiveFox-Rushby, J; Lomborg, B
2008Prioritisation of prevention services: Determining the applicability of research from the US to the English contextFox-Rushby, J; Boehler, C; Hanney, S; Roberts, I; Beresford, P, et al
2002The cost-effectiveness of routine versus restrictive episiotomy in ArgentinaBorghi, J; Fox-Rushby, J; Bergel, E; Abalos, E; Hutton, G, et al
2014Different conceptual constructs for modelling sedentary behaviour and physical activity: the impact on the correlates of behaviourAnokye, NK; Stamatakis, E
2014Numbers are not the whole story: a qualitative exploration of barriers and facilitators to increased physical activity in the PACE-UP randomised controlled trial, a primary care based walking interventionFox-Rushby, J; Normansell, R; Victor, C; Smith, J; Cook, DG, et al
2014Levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system vs. usual medical treatment for menorrhagia: An economic evaluation alongside a randomised controlled trialSanghera, S; Roberts, TE; Barton, P; Frew, E; Daniels, J, et al
2014Preparatory study for the revaluation of the EQ-5D tariff: Methodology reportMulhern, B; Bansback, N; Brazier, J; Buckingham, K; Cairns, J, et al
2011Fuel poverty, older people and cold weather: An all-island analysisGoodman, PG; McAvoy, H; Cotter, N; Monahan, E; Barrett, E, et al
2013PACE-UP (Pedometer and consultation evaluation - UP) – a pedometer-based walking intervention with and without practice nurse support in primary care patients aged 45–75 years: study protocol for a randomised controlled trialHarris, T; Kerry, SM; Victor, CR; Shah, SM; Iliffe, S, et al
2001Setting health priorities: the development of cost-effectiveness league tablesFox-Rushby, J; Mills, A; Walker, D
2014Reforming the cancer drug fund focus on drugs that might be shown to be cost effectiveBuxton, M; Longworth, L; Raftery, J; Sculpher, M; Towse, A
2014Cost-effectiveness of upcoming treatments for hepatitis C: We need to get the models rightTsochatzis, EA; Crossan, C; Longworth, L
2014Cost-effectiveness of noninvasive liver fibrosis tests for treatment decisions in patients with chronic hepatitis CTsochatzis, EA; Crossan, C; Longworth, L; Gurusamy, K; Rodriguez-Peralvarez, M, et al
2008Construct validity of the bidding game, binary with follow-up, and a novel structured haggling question format in determining willingness to pay for insecticide-treated mosquito netsOnwujekwe, O; Fox-Rushby, J; Hanson, K
2013A systematic review and meta-analysis of willingness-to-pay values: The case of malaria control interventionsTrapero-Bertran, M; Mistry, H; Shen, J; Fox-Rushby, J
2014Efficacy and cost of video-assisted thoracoscopic partial pleurectomy versus talc pleurodesis in patients with malignant pleural mesothelioma (MesoVATS): An open-label, randomised, controlled trialRintoul, RC; Ritchie, AJ; Edwards, JG; Waller, DA; Coonar, AS, et al
2012Final follow-up of the Multicentre Aneurysm Screening Study (MASS) randomized trial of abdominal aortic aneurysm screeningThompson, SG; Ashton, HA; Gao, L; Buxton, MJ; Scott, RAP
2014Cost-effectiveness of the National Health Service abdominal aortic aneurysm screening programme in EnglandGlover, MJ; Kim, LG; Sweeting, MJ; Thompson, SG; Buxton, MJ
2014Cost-effectiveness of initial stress cardiovascular MR, stress SPECT or stress echocardiography as a gate-keeper test, compared with upfront invasive coronary angiography in the investigation and management of patients with stable chest pain: Mid-term outcomes from the CECaT randomised controlled trialThom, H; Jackson, CH; West, NEJ; Hughes, V; Dyer, M, et al
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