Our research informs policy and practice by taking a distinctive user-engagement approach — developing knowledge within the context of its use and with an international perspective. With a focus on Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia, we operate across disciplinary boundaries working with high level policy-makers, managers, administrators, clinicians, and the industrial supply chain, to develop strategic policy, implement new approaches and improve existing operational models.

We use analytical methods from health economics, technology and innovation management, organisational behaviour and management information systems. Our research balances action and other qualitative research with the analysis of large scale quantitative data sets and learning through partnerships with the healthcare supply chain and government.

We focus on three main areas:

  • Health system regulation, payment and incentivisation
  • Innovation and organisational change across the healthcare supply chain
  • Economic and social determinants of health and quality of life
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UK Health Policy Reform

We aim to understand the implications for the NHS, and for the quality and volume of patient care, of major policy changes which affect either the funding and/or the delivery side of the NHS.
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Health-GPS is a microsimulation-based model able to describe NCD dynamics and capture the complex interactions between risk factors and disease.
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The overarching aim of CoDiet is to develop a series of tools that will address the current gaps in our knowledge and lead to the development of a tool that will assess dietary-induced NCD risk.
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Fiscal INCentives for Health improvement: repurposing consumption taxes on food (FINCH)
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Biopharma Innovation Productivity

This research study aims to understand how the UK’s pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical sector can improve its ‘innovation productivity’ to develop and commercialise new products faster and more affordably.
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