Health economics

A research topic within the School of Medicine

Health economics at the University of Leeds

Health economics

Our aims

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.

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AUHE Resources

Working papers are final reports or drafts of papers for publication at peer-reviewed journals. While these papers are reviewed internally, they may be revised. When the working papers are published we will add the link to the relevant journal webpage.

Bojke et al - Economic Evaluation of a Treatment for Non-Healing Wounds with Observational Data – an example of a topical ha...

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Longo et al, 2018 - A systematic review of the cost-effectiveness of liver transplantation

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Willans et al, 2018 - Risk predictors of out hospital cardiac arrest. Evidence from linked trail and national administrative data

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A 2-day Mixed Methods Systematic Review and 1-day Literature searching course led by Katie Sutcliffe, UCL and Judy Wright, AUHE.

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