|Academic Unit of Health Economics
||Our health economics research unit delivers economic evaluations, health technology assessments, systematic reviews, health outcomes, applied econometrics and test evaluations
|Applied Health Econometrics Group
||The Applied Health Econometrics Group in the Academic Unit of Health Economics discusses quantitative methods in health and health care with a particular focus on causal inference and implementation in economic evaluation. We host presentations of modern empirical methods and discuss methodological issues.
|Decision Modelling Group
||Our Decision Modelling Group in the Academic Unit of Health Economics is a methodological group which provides a forum for methods development and peer support in the area of health economic decision modelling and simulation.
|Evidence Synthesis Group
||<p>The Evidence Synthesis Group in the Academic Unit of Health Economics has expertise in systematic review and evidence synthesis methods. We have extensive experience in literature searching, reference management, abstract screening and data extraction, and are happy to work with academic, NHS or industry partners.</p>
See the <a href="https://information-specialists.leeds.ac.uk/">LIHS Information Specialist website</a> for how we can support your research and teaching, plus training and guidance materials to support your research</p>
|Test Evaluation Group
||Health economists in our Test Evaluation Group in the Academic Unit of Health Economics specialise in test evaluation. We have experience in both trial-based and model-based economic evaluations, and are happy to work with academic or industry partners.
|The UK-China Health and Economy Partnership
||The UK-China Health and Economy Partnership (UK-CHEP) promotes long-term collaboration in health economics and Health Technology Assessment for the mutual benefit of leading academic institutions in the UK and China, which has been funded by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and is overseen by the British Council.