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 burden of healthcare costs associated with prostate cancer in Ireland
Burns RM. et al, (2017), Global and regional health technology assessment, 4, 0 - 0
Effectiveness of open and arthroscopic rotator cuff repair (UKUFF): a randomised controlled trial.
Carr A. et al, (2017), The Bone & Joint Journal, 99-B, 107 - 115
Cost-effectiveness of a pragmatic structured education intervention for the prevention of type 2 diabetes: economic evaluation of data from the Let's Prevent Diabetes cluster-randomised controlled trial.
J, Leal et al, (2017), BMJ Open
Cost-effectiveness of indwelling pleural catheter compared with talc in malignant pleural effusion.
Olfert JA. et al, (2016), Respirology
Costs, quality of life and cost-effectiveness of open and arthroscopic repair for rotator cuff tears: economic evaluation alongside the UKUFF trial
Murphy JFE. et al, (2016), Bone and Joint Journal
Are statins useful in patients with advanced chronic kidney disease? - Authors' reply.
Herrington WG. et al, (2016), Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol, 4, 971 - 972
Cholesterol- and blood pressure-lowering drug use for secondary cardiovascular prevention in 2004 - 2013 Europe
Mihaylova BN. et al, (2016), European Journal of Preventive Cardiology
Forthcoming HERC Courses
- 27 APRIL 2017, Oxford. COURSE FULL - please complete a booking form to be added to the waiting list.
- 28 APRIL 2017, Oxford.
- 12 OCTOBER 2017, Oxford.
- 13 OCTOBER 2017, Oxford.
- 05-07 JULY 2017, Oxford. COURSE FULL - please complete a booking form to be added to the waiting list.
- 06-08 DECEMBER 2017, Oxford.
Founded in 1996
Over 1000 course participants
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Forthcoming HERC Seminar
Incentives, Choice and Public Health Policy
Professor Franco Sassi, Professor of International Health Policy and Economics, Imperial College London
Tuesday 25th April 2017, 12pm