Health economics

The health economics teams are experts in looking at the efficiency, effectiveness and outcomes of healthcare to inform decision-making.

Theme lead: Professor Will Hollingworth

Team members

Carlos Sillero Rejon

Research Associate, Health Economics

Dr Hugh McLeod

Senior Lecturer in Health Economics
  • Team Lead

Dr Manal Etemadi

Research Fellow

Gareth Myring

Research Associate, Health Economics

Katie Breheny

NIHR ARC Dementia Fellow

Professor Jo Coast

Professor in the Economics of Health and Care

Professor Will Hollingworth

Cross-cutting Methodological Theme Lead

Projects

SHarED: Supporting people who are ‘high impact users’ of emergency departments

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Screenshot of paper titled: Supporting High-impAct useRs in Emergency Departments (SHarED) quality improvement: a mixed-method evaluation
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Supporting High-impAct useRs in Emergency Departments (SHarED) quality improvement: a mixed-method evaluation

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Connecting evidence with decision making

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The Bristol Evaluation of Advertising Restrictions Study (BEAR study): Findings from the baseline data

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Assessing exposure to outdoor advertisement for products high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS); is self-reported exposure a useful exposure metric?

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Improving review appointments for people with long-term conditions

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Screen shot of the PP4M PPI protocol paper
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A proposal to embed patient and public involvement within qualitative data collection and analysis phases of a primary care based implementation study

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Preventing cerebral palsy in premature babies: the PReCePT programme

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Screen shot of the PReCePT programme paper in Archives of Disease in Childhood
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National PReCePT Programme: a before-and-after evaluation of the implementation of a national quality improvement programme to increase the uptake of magnesium sulfate in preterm deliveries

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