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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 253
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015A real options game approach to health technology assessmentRemak, Edit
2016The health system impact of false positive newborn screening results for medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency: A cohort studyKaraceper, MD; Chakraborty, P; Coyle, D; Wilson, K; Kronick, JB, et al
2015Estimating willingness to pay for maternal health services: The Kenya reproductive health voucher programmeKanya, L; Obare, F; Bellows, B; Mdawida, B; Warren, C, et al
2015Benefits from clinicians and healthcare organisations engaging in researchHanney, S; Soper, B; Jones, TH; Boaz, A
2014Impact agendaDonovan, C; Holbrook, JB
2015Comparing research investment to United Kingdom institutions and published outputs for tuberculosis, HIV and malaria: A systematic analysis across 1997-2013Head, MG; Fitchett, JR; Derrick, G; Wurie, FB; Meldrum, J, et al
2014Cost effectiveness of a survivorship care plan for breast cancer survivorsCoyle, D; Grunfeld, E; Coyle, K; Pond, G; Julian, JA, et al
2015Developing an intervention to facilitate family communication about inherited genetic conditions, and training genetic counsellors in its delivery.Socio-Psychological Research in Genomics (SPRinG) Collaboration:; Eisler, I; Ellison, M; Flinter, F; Grey, J, et al
2015A systematic review and economic evaluation of exercise referral schemes in primary care: a short reportCampbell, F; Holmes, M; Everson-Hock, E; Davis, S; Buckley Woods, H, et al
2015Return on investment (ROI) modelling in public health: strengths and limitations.Pokhrel, S
2015Preferred reporting items for studies mapping onto preference-based outcome measures: The MAPS statementPetrou, S; Rivero-Arias, O; Dakin, H; Longworth, L; Oppe, M, et al
2015The effect of a multi-component intervention on disrespect and abuse during childbirth in KenyaAbuya, T; Ndwiga, C; Ritter, J; Kanya, L; Bellows, B, et al
2015The Debrisoft ® monofilament debridement pad for use in acute or chronic wounds: A NICE medical technology guidanceMeads, C; Lovato, E; Longworth, L
2015Preferred reporting items for studies mapping onto preference-based outcome measures: the MAPS statementPetrou, S; Rivero-Arias, O; Dakin, H; Longworth, L; Oppe, M, et al
2015A cross sectional comparison of postnatal care quality in facilities participating in a maternal health voucher program versus non-voucher facilities in Kenya.Warren, CE; Abuya, T; Kanya, L; Obare, F; Njuki, R, et al
2015Community-level effect of the reproductive health vouchers program on out-of-pocket spending on family planning and safe motherhood services in KenyaObare, F; Warren, C; Kanya, L; Abuya, T; Bellows, B
2015Preferred reporting items for studies mapping onto preference-based outcome measures: The MAPS statementPetrou, S; Rivero-Arias, O; Dakin, H; Longworth, L; Oppe, M, et al
2015Preferred reporting items for studies mapping onto preference-based outcome measures: The MAPS statementPetrou, S; Rivero-Arias, O; Dakin, H; Longworth, L; Oppe, M, et al
2015Preferred reporting items for studies mapping onto preference-based outcome measures: The MAPS statementPetrou, S; Rivero-Arias, O; Dakin, H; Longworth, L; Oppe, M, et al
2015The MAPS reporting statement for studies mapping onto generic preference-based outcome measures: Explanation and elaborationPetrou, S; Rivero-Arias, O; Dakin, H; Longworth, L; Oppe, M, et al
2015Mapping Functions in Health-Related Quality of Life: Mapping From Two Cancer-Specific Health-Related Quality-of-Life Instruments to EQ-5D-3L.Young, TA; Mukuria, C; Rowen, D; Brazier, JE; Longworth, L
2015Preferred reporting items for studies mapping onto preference-based outcome measures: The MAPS statementPetrou, S; Rivero-Arias, O; Dakin, H; Longworth, L; Oppe, M, et al
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
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 30 of 253
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