Resources
Publications

Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL): a new generic self-reported outcome measure for use with people experiencing mental health difficulties
Keetharuth, A., Brazier, J., Connell, J.B.Bjorner, J., Carlton, J., Taylor Buck, E., Ricketts, T., McKendrick K., Browne J., Croudace T. & Barkham, M. (2017) on behalf of the ReQoL Scientific Group. British Journal of Psychiatry (2018).





Quantifying the relationship between capability and health in older people: can’t map, won’t map Franklin M, Payne K, Elliott R A. Medical Decision Making Online (2017).









Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of biologic treatments for psoriatic arthritis: can we make better use of patient data registries?
Patton T, Bojke L, Walton M. et al. Clin Rheumatol (2017) 36: 1803.







Informing reimbursement decisions using cost-effectiveness modelling: a guide to the process of generating elicited priors to capture model uncertainties
Bojke L, Grigore B, Jankovic D, Peters J, Soares M, Stein K. PharmacoEconomics (2017) 35: 867.








How to appropriately extrapolate costs and utilities in cost-effectiveness analysis?
Bojke L, Manca A, Asaria M, Mahan R, Palmer S, Ren S. PharmacoEconomics (2017) 35: 767.








The Cost-Effectiveness of Population Health Checks: have the NHS Health Checks been unfairly maligned?
Hinde S, Bojke L, Richardson G, Retat L, Webber L. J Public Health (2017) 25: 425.








Designing and undertaking a health economics study of digital health interventions.
McNamee P, Murray E, Kelly M P, Bojke L, Chilcott J, Fischer A, West R and Yardley L. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2016 Nov 30;51(5):852-60.







A pharmacoeconomic approach to assessing the costs and benefits of air quality interventions that improve health: a case study.
Lomas J, Schmitt L, Jones S, McGeorge M, Bates E, Holland M, Cooper D, Crowther R, Ashmore M, Rueda D R, Weatherly H, Richardson G, Bojke L. BMJ Open 2016;6:e010686.







Health, health-related quality of life, and quality of life: what is the difference?
Karimi M, Brazier J. PharmacoEconomics (2016) 34: 645.








Does administrative data reflect individual experience? Comparing an index of poverty with individually collected data on financial wellbeing in a multi-ethnic community.
Prady S L, Bloor K, Bradshaw J, Tunstall H, Petherick E S, Pickett K E. Journal of Social Policy and Society Volume 15, Issue 4 October 2016, pp. 513-535







Preschoolers in the Playground: a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial of a physical activity intervention for children aged 18 months to 4 years.
Barber S, Akhtar S, Jackson C, Bingham D, Hewitt C, Routen A, et al.Preschoolers in the Playground: a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial of a physical activity intervention for children aged 18 months to 4 years. Public Health Res 2015;3(5)






Systematic review of the economic evidence on home visitation programmes for vulnerable pregnant women

Stamuli E, Richardson G, Duffy S, Robling M, Hood K. Systematic review of the economic evidence on home visitation programmes for vulnerable pregnant women. British medical bulletin. 2015 Sep 1;115(1):19-44.





Examining the incremental impact of long-standing health conditions on subjective well-being alongside the EQ-5D.
Wu M, Brazier J, Relton C, Cooper C, Smith C, Blackburn J. Examining the incremental impact of long-standing health conditions on subjective well-being alongside the EQ-5D. Health and quality of life outcomes. 2014 Apr 29;12(1):1





Quality of life impact of mental health conditions in England: results from the adult psychiatric morbidity surveys
Roberts J, Lenton P, Keetharuth AD, Brazier J. Quality of life impact of mental health conditions in England: results from the adult psychiatric morbidity surveys. Health and quality of life outcomes. 2014 Jan 14;12(1):1.




Related publications

Improving Cross-Sector Comparisons: Going Beyond the Health-Related QALY
Brazier J, Tsuchiya A. Applied health economics and health policy. 2015 Dec 1;13(6):557-65







Free online courses

If you want to learn more about health economics, the University of Sheffield runs free online courses called MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses) in Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and Measuring and Valuing Health (MVH). 

The Measuring and Valuing Health MOOC starts on 12th February 2018

The course runs for 3 weeks (3 hours per week), is introductory level covering PROMS amd QALYs and is free for anyone to do online.

Details & sign up here https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/valuing-health

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/valuing-health

To view more details and register your interest in taking part in future courses, sign up here: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/valuing-health

The Health Technology Assessment MOOC starts on 5th March 2018

The course runs for 3 weeks (3 hours per week), is introductory level and is free for anyone to do online

Details & sign up here https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/hta

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/hta


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