Health Economics Research at Nottingham (HER@N)
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Welcome to HER@N

Health Economics Research at Nottingham (HER@N) brings together researchers with a shared interest in health economics across the University of Nottingham.

The network seeks to facilitate collaboration between different research groups and wider dissemination of health economics research findings.

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Research issues

Economists’ skillsets can be applied to a variety of questions regarding policies, interventions and fundamental concepts that determine the health of the public.

Health economists working at the University of Nottingham are involved in
research that employs a wide range of methodologies applicable to an extensive selection of clinical fields. A lot of our work involves trial-based and model-based economic evaluation to estimate the cost-effectiveness of health interventions. We also carry out work in public health economics and conduct econometric analyses of large data sets.

Current projects

  • AQUA-Trial: Assessing QbTest Utility in ADHD
  • CLAHRC Mood Disorder: Randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost effectiveness of a specialist mood disorders team for refractory unipolar depressive disorder
  • ISDR: Introducing personalised risk based intervals in screening for diabetic retinopathy: development, implementation and assessment of safety, cost- effectiveness and patient experience.

 

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Health Economics Research at Nottingham (HER@N)

School of Medicine
Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing
The University of Nottingham
Medical School, QMC
Nottingham, Ng7 2UH


telephone: +44 (0) 115 82 30240
email: chris.sampson@nottingham.ac.uk