HEDS is part of the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield. We undertake research, teaching, training and consultancy on all aspects of health related decision science, with a particular emphasis on health economics, HTA and evidence synthesis.

Thursday, 6 June 2013

Latest journal articles from HEDS

The following articles were published by researchers within HEDS in May.

The use and impact of value of information analysis in decision-making
Chuang LH, Treur M, Heeg B, Van Hout B, Filonenko A
Value Health. 16: A30. May 2013

A comparison of alternative variants of the lead and lag time TTO
Devlin N, Shah K, Wilkinson G, Buckingham K, Tsuchiya A, Tilling C, Van Hout B
Health Economics (United Kingdom) 22(5):517-532 May 2013

Valuing health at the end of life: an empirical study of public preferences
Shah KK, Tsuchiya A, Wailoo AJ
European Journal of Health Economics 1-11 2013

Remote monitoring after recent hospital discharge in patients with heart failure: a systematic review and network meta-analysis
Pandor A, Gomersall T, Stevens JW, Wang J, Al-Mohammad A, Bakhai A, Cleland JG, Cowie MR, Wong R
Heart 16 May 2013 Author URL

Examining the impact of EQ-5D and long-standing health conditions on subjective well-being
Wu M, Brazier J
Value Health 16(3):A26 May 2013

Community-based dietary and physical activity interventions in low socioeconomic groups in the UK: A mixed methods systematic review
Everson-Hock ES, Johnson M, Jones R, Woods HB, Goyder E, Payne N, Chilcott J
Preventive Medicine 56(5):265-272 May 2013

The 5x1 DAFNE Study Protocol: A cluster randomised trial comparing a standard 5 day DAFNE course delivered over 1 week against DAFNE training delivered over 1 day a week for 5 consecutive weeks
Elliott J, Lawton J, Rankin D, Emery C, Campbell M, Dixon S, Heller S
BMC ENDOCRINE DISORDERS 12 Article number ARTN 28 08 Nov 2012

An evaluation of a new service model: Improving Access to Psychological Therapies demonstration sites 2006-2009 (IAPT)
Parry G, Barkham M, Dent-Brown K, Hardy G, Kendrick T, Rick J, Chambers E, Chan T, Connell J, Hutten R, et al.