Public Health and Prevention Economics Research - Archive


Methodology of public health economics

Health economics of well-being and well-becoming

Research projects and collaborations through the life-course

Early years and childhood

Adolescents and young people

Working age

Older age – living well for longer

Economic evaluation of cancer care and treatment

Economic evaluation of health services, medical devices and technologies

Economic evaluation of sight loss and sight preserving surgery

Economic evaluation of interventions to support asylum seekers and refugees

    • PROSPER, Feasibility study and pilot trial of an evidence-based low intensity psychosocial intervention delivered by lay therapists for asylum seekers and refugees (PROSPER), in collaboration with the University of Liverpool, funded by NIHR.