Every Monday our authors provide a round-up of some of the most recently published peer reviewed articles from the field. We don’t cover everything, or even what’s most important – just a few papers that have interested the author. Visit our Resources… Read More »Chris Sampson’s journal round-up for 14th March 2016
Some recent research from the Centre for Health Economics at Monash University has quantified something that we are all aware of: fudging in the measurement of health-related quality of life. They have found that, on average, randomly changing from one… Read More »The ‘Q’ in the QALY: are we fudging it?
Submission from David Parkin There’s a problem with the way that health economists and others describe the properties that a health state index should have. The main reason we want such an index is to calculate Quality Adjusted Life Years.… Read More »What does a health value of zero mean?