A research topic within the School of Medicine
We use a variety of economic and econometrics methods to address cost-effectiveness, efficiency and inequalities in health care provision. We aim, through engagement with policy makers, clinicians, clinical scientists, basic scientists, patient groups and other applied health researchers, to promote multi-disciplinary research across the spectrum of health producing activities that is likely to promote improvements in health, health care and wellbeing.
The UK-China Health and Economy Partnership
The University of Leeds is proud to be part of the UK-China Health and Economy Partnership with Bournemouth University, University of York, University of Sheffield in the UK and Fudan University, Shandong University and Zhejiang University in China.
The partnership is a novel knowledge transfer partnership that will promote long-term collaboration between both countries and all the partner institutions.
Here at the Academic Unit of Health Economics we want to share more of what we do. AUHE Resources is our gateway to share our outputs.
Thursday 21 January 2021More on UK-China Health and Economy Partnership Workshop
UK-China Health and Economy Partnership Workshop – The Health Economics of Diagnostic Tests and Screening Programmes
The workshop will explore the key health economic arguments surrounding the implementation of diagnostic tools and screening programmes.
Tuesday 23 March 2021, 08:20 - 11:20More on UK-China Health and Economy Partnership Workshop – The Health Economics of Diagnostic Tests and Screening Programmes