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A synthesis of key aspects of health systems and policy design affecting the refugee populations across Africa - Report Structure

Tuesday 15 December 2020

CHE's latest Research Paper 176 written by Federica Margini

Considering health inequality impact in decision making: What does it mean for policy makers?

Wednesday 9 December 2020

CHE's latest Policy Briefing written by Fan Yang, Colin Angus, Ana Duarte, Duncan Gillespie, Simon Walker and Susan Griffin

Why another lockdown might be needed in February 2021

Wednesday 9 December 2020

Peter Sivey and James Gaughan write for The Conversation

New project to examine health care policy and resource allocation for refugees in Africa

Friday 20 November 2020

University of York researchers have been awarded £132,737 for a project which aims to support health care provision for refugees in Africa.

The Impact of Civil Conflict on Child Health: Evidence from Colombia

Tuesday 17 November 2020

Households in Conflict Network (HiCN) Working Paper written by Noemi Kreif, Andrew Mirelman, Marc Suhrcke, Giancarlo Buitrago, Rodrigo Moreno Serra

CHE researchers contributing to the Virtual ISPOR Europe 2020

Thursday 12 November 2020

16-19 November 2020

Does Health Technology Assessment guidance give adequate consideration to decisions about less costly and less effective alternatives?

Wednesday 4 November 2020

CHE's latest Research Paper 175 written by Susan Griffin, Francesco Fusco, Bhash Naidoo, Matthew Taylor and Simon Walker

The relationship between social care resources and healthcare utilisation by older people in England: an exploratory investigation

Wednesday 4 November 2020

CHE's latest Research Paper 174 written by Maria Lucia Pace, Dan Liu, Maria Goddard, Rowena Jacobs, Raphael Wittenberg, Gerard McGonigal and Anne Mason

Who benefits from health insurance? Uncovering heterogeneous policy impacts using causal machine learning

Tuesday 6 October 2020

CHE's latest Research Paper 173 written by Noemi Kreif, Andrew Mirelman, Rodrigo Moreno-Serra, Taufik Hidayat, Karla DiazOrdaz and Marc Suhrcke

New DCEA handbook

Tuesday 29 September 2020

An all-in-one guide to economic evaluation of equity impacts and trade-offs

CHE awarded funding to evaluate the impact of social distancing on domestic violence in Brazil

Monday 14 September 2020

Rodrigo Moreno-Serra has been awarded funding from UK Research and Innovation through the UK Government’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and the Newton Fund.

Does public long-term care expenditure improve care-related quality of life in England?

Tuesday 28 July 2020

CHE's latest Research Paper 172 written by Francesco Longo, Karl Claxton, James Lomas, Stephen Martin

Annual Report 2019

Tuesday 30 June 2020

Centre for Health Economics

Study shows better quality primary care for people with serious mental illness improves outcomes

Wednesday 17 June 2020

A National Institute for Health Research report published by University of York researchers

New book publication in CHE

Thursday 4 June 2020

Edited by Paul Revill, Marc Suhrcke, Rodrigo Moreno-Serra and Mark Sculpher

Adam Wagstaff

Thursday 14 May 2020

The news that Adam Wagstaff has passed away has been received with great sadness by CHE colleagues.

PhD studentship opportunities

Tuesday 12 May 2020

Closing date 9 June 2020 before 16.00h (UTC). Interview date 7 July 2020

World Health Organization: what does it spend its money on?

Monday 27 April 2020

Sumit Mazumdar writes for The Conversation

Productivity of the English National Health Service: 2017/18 update

Wednesday 26 February 2020

CHE's latest Research Paper 171 written by Adriana Castelli, Martin Chalkley, James Gaughan, Idaira Rodriguez Santana

Japanese Ministry Officials and Health Economics Researchers Visit CHE

Monday 24 February 2020

The Centre hosted a visit from a Japanese delegation on February 18, 2020

Evaluation of the Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) programme

Wednesday 19 February 2020

Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) is an approach to joining up health and social care, and other services where appropriate.

Clive Smee

Thursday 2 January 2020

We were very saddened to hear the news that Clive Smee, former Chief Economist in the Department of Health and Social Care, passed away over the Christmas period.