Promoting excellence in health care resource allocation decisions


HEDS makes major contributions in areas that include the valuation of health, the analysis of health policy, welfare and equity, technology appraisal, evidence synthesis, econometrics and information sciences

Cancer Research Senior Non-Clinical Fellowships

We wish to attract up to 10 high quality candidates to take up senior non-clinical research fellowships.

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Qualitative Evidence Synthesis to Improve Implementation of Clinical Guidelines

Dr Chris Carroll's piece in The BMJ received a lot of attention. Richard Lehman's popular journal round up in the BMJ Opinion Blog commented that; "here at last is a very good BMJ analysis piece making the point clearly and trenchantly."

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Instant Evidence Based Medicine- short course

As part of our ‘Instant EBM’ series, this course will introduce participants to the concept of research synthesis and explore simple ways to rapidly bring evidence together to inform decision making.

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