Research

Do members of the general public wish to place greater weight on a unit of health gain for end of life patients than on that for other types of patients?

This study tests the feasibility of eliciting EQ-5D-5L values from a general public sample in the United Arab Emirates.

How might a change in government spending on cancer research affect the public’s willingness to donate to cancer research charities?

Recently published in Health Policy is an article by Sarah Karlsberg Schaffer, Jon Sussex, Nancy Devlin and Andrew Walker entitled “Local health care expenditure plans and their opportunity costs”.

OHE, in collaboration with the University of Sheffield, has been awarded a research grant from the EuroQol Research Foundation to revisit the Measurement and Valuation of Health (MVH) study that produced the UK EQ-5D value set.

This paper examines the views of US and European payers on the rapidly evolving fields of comparative effectiveness and relative effectiveness research.

The blog provides links to slide sets and posters relating to the value footprint of oncology treatments, treating obstructive sleep apnoea and sources of motivation in health care organisations.

This post summarises a research grant that OHE and Peking University have been awarded from the EuroQol Group Foundation. The funded research project will explore the inconsistent ordering of levels of the EQ-5D-5L value set.

A paper by OHE’s Koonal Shah on alternative comparators for use in TTO studies is the first to be published as part of the new EuroQol Working Paper Series.

OHE’s Professor Nancy Devlin and Koonal Shah have both been appointed to serve on the Valuation Working Group of the EuroQol Research Foundation.

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