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001922: Antimicrobials Resistance: A Call for Multi-disciplinary Action. How Can HTA Help?
M. Neri and Adrian Towse
001851: Additional Elements of Value for Health Technology Assessment Decisions
S. Karlsberg Schaffer, P. West, Adrian Towse, C. Henshall, J. Mestre-Ferrandiz, R. Masterson and A. Fischer
001842: Incentives for New Drugs to Tackle Anti-Microbial Resistance
J. Ferraro, Adrian Towse and J. Mestre-Ferrandiz
001838: HTA and Decision Making in Asia: How can the available resources be used most effectively to deliver high quality HTA that can be used by health system decision makers?
Adrian Towse and C. Henshall
001837: Transferability of HTA
P. Barnsley, G. Hampson, Adrian Towse and C. Henshall
001836: How can HTA meet the needs of health system and government decision makers?
G. Hampson, Adrian Towse and C. Henshall
001835: Assessing Value, Budget Impact and Affordability to Inform Discussions on Access and Reimbursement: Principles and Practice, with Special Reference to High Cost Technologies
G. Hampson, Adrian Towse and C. Henshall
001741: "New Age" Decision Making in HTA: Is It Applicable in Asia?
Amanda Cole, G. Marsden, N. Devlin, D. Grainger, E.k Lee and W. Oortwijn
001740: How Can Health Technology Assessments in the Asia-Pacific Area Respond to Increased Clinical Uncertainty as a Consequence of Expedited US and EU Regulatory Processes?
Amanda Cole, A. Chan, M. Mujoomdar, F. Pichler and Adrian Towse
001583: Incentives to follow Best Practice in Health Care
S. Karlsberg Schaffer, J. Sussex and Y. Feng
000492: Developments in Economic Evaluation in Health Care: A Review of HEED
C. Pritchard
000484: Reducing Harm to Patients in the National Health Service. Will the Government's Compensation Proposals Help?
Adrian Towse, P. Fenn, A. Gray, N. Rickman and R. Salinas
000444: Trends in Economic Evaluation
C. Pritchard
000439: GP Commissioning Groups – The Nottingham Experience
S. Earwicker
000438: From Efficacy to Cost-Effectiveness
Adrian Towse and M.f Drummond
000428: The Pros and Cons of Modelling in Economic Evaluation
Office of Health Economics
000427: Regulating Prices Paid by the NHS for Medicines Supplied by the UK-Based Pharmaceutical Industry
M. Cave and Adrian Towse
000424: Health Financing and Pharmaceutical Policy Reform in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe
F. van Andel
000410: Handling Uncertainty in the Results of Economic Evaluation
A. Briggs
000407: The Impact of Behavioural and Biomedical Advance on Health Trends over the Next 25 Years
M. Hall
000404: Heath Information and the Consumer
J. Griffin
000401: The Impact of Unemployment on Health
J. Griffin
000395: Aids in Africa: Meeting the Challenge through Training Education and Prevention
Office of Health Economics
000385: Factors Influencing Clinical Decisions in General Practice
Office of Health Economics
000383: Economic Evaluation of Growth Hormone Therapy
G. Teeling Smith and R. West
000380: Variations between General Practitioners
R. Robinson and J. Griffin
000379: The Economic Impact of Medicines
G. Teeling Smith
000376: Coronary Heart Disease: The Need for Action
Office of Health Economics
000374: Impact of New Medicines on Heath Care Costs
G. Teeling Smith
000364: HIV and AIDS in the United Kingdom
N. Wells
000363: Health Services in Europe: 1988
G. Teeling Smith
000347: Politics of Prescribing
Office of Health Economics
000335: Keep on Taking the Tablets? A Review of the Problem of Patient Non-Compliance
G. Teeling Snmith
000330: Medicines and the Quality of Life
G. Teeling Smith
000329: Ill in Europe
J. Vaizey
000325: Trends in European Health Spending
Office of Health Economics
000323: Sickness Absence – A Review
N. Wells
000319: Doctors, Nurses and Midwives in the NHS
G. Teeling Smith
000318: Disability in Britain – The Process of Transition
D. Taylor
000316: Accidents in childhood
N. Wells
000315: Mild Hypertension
G. Teeling Smith
000311: End Stage Renal Failure
W. Laing
000310: Effects of Prescription Charges
Office of Health Economics
000302: Perinatal Mortality in Britain – A Question of Class
Office of Health Economics
000300: Immunisation for Everyone – The Polio Experience
Office of Health Economics
000298: Cost of the NHS
Office of Health Economics
000281: Health Care Research Expenditure
Office of Health Economics
000279: Accidents
Office of Health Economics
000278: Viral Hepatitis in Britain
Office of Health Economics
000269: The Faces of Regulation: Profit and Price Regulation of the UK Pharmaceutical Industry after the 1998 Competition Act
J. Mestre-Ferrandiz
000267: Three Challenges to Achieving Better Analysis for Better Decisions: Generalisability, Complexity and Thresholds
Adrian Towse and M. Buxton
000261: Murder, Manslaughter and Infanticide
Office of Health Economics
000253: Infant and Child Health
Office of Health Economics
000252: Accidental deaths
Office of Health Economics
000249: Venereal Diseases
Office of Health Economics
000245: Estimating Pharmaceutical Companies' Value to the Nation: Case Study of the British Pharma Group
M. Garau and J. Sussex
000241: Sixty Years of the NHS: Changes in Demographics, Expenditure, Workforce and Family Services
E. Hawe
000240: Health Care Services and the Single European Market
D. Dawson and L. Mountford
000239: Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Benefit-Risk Assessment of Pharmaceuticals from an Economic Perspective
J.t Cross and L. Garrison
000238: The Market for Biosimilars: Evolution and Policy Options
D. Chauhan, Adrian Towse and J. Mestre-Ferrandiz
000237: New Guidelines for Economic Evaluation in Germany and the United Kingdom: Are We Any Closer to Developing International Standards?
M.f Drummond and F. Rutten
000233: The Impact of Health Technology Assessment on Drug Development
N. Mattison
000232: American Exceptionalism and American Health Care: Implications for the US Debate on Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
P.j Neumann
000231: Deliberative Processes in Decisions about Health Care Technologies
A. Culyer
000230: How Fair? Competition between Independent and NHS Providers to Supply Non-Emergency Hospital Care to NHS Patients in England
J. Sussex
000228: Why Should Economic Evaluations of Medical Innovations Have a Societal Perspective?
M. Johannesson, B. Jonsson, L. Jonsson, G. Kobelt and N. Zethraeus
000227: Access Mechanisms for Orphan Drugs: A Comparative Study of Selected European Countries
M. Garau and J. Mestre-Ferrandiz
000143: Causes of Death: A Study of a Century of Change in England and Wales
L. Baillie and E. Hawe
000075: What is the Role of HTA for Biosimilars?
J. Mestre-Ferrandiz and Adrian Towse
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