Developing a broader QALY instrument to capture health and quality of life: the 'Extending the QALY' project

Thursday 12 December 2019, 12.15PM to 1.15pm

Speaker(s): Professor John Brazier & Dr Tessa Peasgood, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield

Abstract: A team from ScHARR, at the University of Sheffield, has been coordinating an international research project funded by a collaboration between the MRC and the EQ group to develop a new instrument to capture the benefits of interventions in health social care and for carers and across sectors. This seminar will discuss the work to date including the conceptual approach, the domain selection, face and psychometric validity evidence, plus plans for the valuation of the new instrument using Time Trade Off and DCE. 
 

Location: Alcuin A Block, room A019/020

Who to contact

For more information on these seminars, contact:

Thomas Patton
thomas.patton@york.ac.uk
Dina Jankovic
dina.jankovic@york.ac.uk

If you are not a member of University of York staff and are interested in attending a seminar, please contact Kerry.atkinson@york.ac.uk so that we can ensure we have sufficient space

Economic evaluation seminar dates

  • Thursday 12 December
    Professor John Brazier and Dr Tessa Peasgood,
    School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield
  • Thursday 16 January
    Simon McNamara, University of Sheffield
  • Thursday 20 February
    Belen Corbacho, University of York