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Walker, S. M., Spackman, E., Conrad, N., Edmin, C. A., Griffin, E., Rahimi, K., Sculpher, M. J. (2017) The impact of missed treatment opportunities on outcomes in hospitalised heart failure patients, Open Heart.
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Kearns, B., Rafia, R., Leaviss, J., Preston, L., Brazier, J., Palmer, S., Ara, R. (2017) The cost-effectiveness of changes to the care pathway used to identify depression and provide treatment amongst people with diabetes in England: a model-based economic evaluation (PDF, 769KB), BMC Health Services Research, 17, p. 78. Article published 24/01/17.
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Faria, R., Woods, B., Griffin, S., Palmer, S., Sculpher, M. and Ryder, S. D. (2016) Prevention of progression to cirrhosis in hepatitis C with fibrosis: effectiveness and cost effectiveness of sequential therapy with new direct-acting anti-virals, Aliment Pharmacol Ther, 44, pp. 866–876. doi: 10.1111/apt.13775
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Faria, R., Walker, S., Whyte, S., Dixon, S., Palmer, S., Sculpher, M. (2016) How to invest in getting cost-effective technologies into practice? A framework for value of implementation analysis applied to novel oral anticoagulants, Medical Decision Making, 37(2), pp. 148–161. First Published 22 April 2016.
Rowen, D., Brazier, J., Mukuria, C., Keetharuth, A., Risa, A., Tsuchiya, A., Whyte, S., Shackley, P. (2016) Eliciting societal preferences for weighting QALYs for burden of illness and end of life, Medical Decision Making, 36(2), pp. 210-222. Article published 08/02/2016.
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Spackman, E., Hinde, S., Bojke, L., Payne, K., Sculpher, M. J. (2015) Establishing the cost-effectiveness of genomic-based diagnostic tests: are current methods sufficient and appropriate?, Value in Health, 18(7), A727.
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Hinde, S., McKenna, C., Whyte, S., Peake, M. D., Callister, M. E. J., Roger, T., Sculphe, M. (2015) Modelling the cost-effectiveness of public awareness campaigns for the early detection of non-small cell lung cancer (PDF, 325KB). British Journal of Cancer, 113, pp. 135-141. Published online 26/05/2015.
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Faria, R., Barbieri, M., Light, K., Elliot, R. E., Sculpher, M. (2014) The economics of medicines optimisation: policy developments, remaining challenges and research priorities (PDF, 408KB). British Medical Bulletin. doi: 10.1093/bmb/ldu021. Article published 01/01/2014.
Espinoza, M., Manca, A., Claxton, K., Sculpher, M. (2014) The value of heterogeneity for cost-effectiveness subgroup analysis: conceptual framework and application (PDF, 234KB). Medical Decision Making. doi: 10.1177/0272989X14538705 2014. Article published 01/01/2014.
Whyte, S., Harnan, S. (2014) Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an awareness campaign for colorectal cancer: a mathematical modeling study (PDF, 597KB). Article published 01/03/2014.
Barbieri, M., Weatherly, H. L. A., Ara, R., Basarir, H., Sculpher, M., Adams, R., Ahmed, H., Coles, C., Guerrero-Urbano, T., Nutting, C., Powell, M. (2014) What is the quality of economic evaluations of non-drug therapies? A systematic review and critical appraisal of economic evaluations of radiotherapy for cancer (PDF, 1.3MB). Applied Health Economics and Health Policy 2014. doi:10.1007/s40258-014-0115-8. Article published 01/07/2014.
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Ara, R., Basarir, H., Keetharuth, A., Barbieri, M., Weatherly, H., Sculpher, M. (2014) Are surgical procedure policy decisions informed by robust economic evidence? (PDF, 216KB), International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health, 30(4), pp. 381-393. Article published 1/10/2014.
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Barbieri, M., Weatherly, H., Sculpher, M., Ara, R., Basarir, H. (2013) A systematic review and critical appraisal of economic evaluations of radiotherapy for cancer. Value in Health 16(7), A409-A409. Conference published 05/11/2013.
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