Research

OHE’s Patricia Cubi-Molla and Koonal Shah, with Kristina Burström, propose a new framework for classifying experience in health valuation research.

Recently published in the European Journal of Health Economics is a paper on valuing health states ‘in context’ using a discrete choice experiment.

A summary of OHE’s activity at the 2018 winter HESG meeting, City, University of London, 10-12th January.

A new paper titled “Challenges in Valuing Temporary Health States for Economic Evaluation: A Review of Empirical Applications of the Chained Time Trade-Off Method” has been published in Value in Health.

Presentations from ISPOR’s 20th Annual European Congress by staff at The Office of Health Economics are now available online

Just published in BMJ Open: The effect of religion on the perception of health states among adults in the United Arab Emirates

OHE’s Deputy Director Paula Lorgelly is standing as a candidate for the International Health Economics Association Board of Directors

For Open Access Week 2017, the Office of Health Economics highlights its research publication archive dating back to 1962

Drug prices in the US might overstate pharmaceuticals' long-run cost up to 75%. True long-term costs then must be considered by market access and policy decisions.

A summary of OHE researchers’ contributions to the 34th Plenary Meeting of the EuroQol Group in Barcelona.

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