The Health Economics Research Centre (HERC)
HERC was established by the University of Oxford in 1996. Our aim is to contribute to health and healthcare in the UK and internationally, by conducting research on economic aspects of health and disease, the costs and benefits of prevention and treatment, and the design and evaluation of health systems.
The impact of social disadvantage in moderate-to-severe chronic kidney disease: an equity-focused systematic review.
Morton RL. et al, (2016), Nephrol Dial Transplant, 31, 46 - 56
Impact of Educational Attainment on Health Outcomes in Moderate to Severe CKD.
Morton RL. et al, (2016), Am J Kidney Dis, 67, 31 - 39
Examining the structure of spatial health effects in Germany using Hierarchical Bayes Models
Peter Eibich et al, (2015), Regional Science and Urban Economics
Cost-effectiveness of Simvastatin plus Ezetimibe for Cardiovascular Prevention in CKD: Results of the Study of Heart and Renal Protection (SHARP)
Mihaylova B. et al, (2015), American Journal of Kidney Diseases
Rapid, comprehensive, and affordable mycobacterial diagnosis with whole-genome sequencing: a prospective study
Louise J Pankhurst et al, (2015), The Lancet Respiratory Medicine
Efficacy of cognitive behavioural therapy for sleep improvement in patients with persistent delusions and hallucinations (BEST): a prospective, assessor-blind, randomised controlled pilot trial.
Freeman D. et al, (2015), Lancet Psychiatry, 2, 975 - 983
Forthcoming HERC Courses
21 APRIL 2016, Oxford. Booking now available
22 APRIL 2016, Oxford. Booking now available
13 OCTOBER 2016, Oxford. Booking now available
14 OCTOBER 2016, Oxford. Booking now available
06-08 JULY 2016, Oxford. Booking now available.
The December 2016 course will run from Wednesday 7th to Friday 9 December and booking information will be posted on the HERC website shortly.
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Forthcoming HERC Seminar
James O’Mahony, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Centre for Health Policy and Management, Trinity College Dublin
Monday 8 February 2016, 16:00 pm