Warwick Evidence publishes article on hip replacement in BMJ
"Setting benchmark revision rates for total hip replacement: analysis of registry evidence" has now been published on the BMJ website and can be found here:
Amy Grove awarded a WBS scholarship to attend the Behavioural Science Group Summer School on Medical and Ethical Decision Making 7 July-10 July 2015, Venice
The school will feature a series of lectures by distinguished economists, health scientists and psychologists who made significant contributions to the field. The lectures will cover various economic, health and psychological theories, as well as, aspects of decision-making, including ambiguity, learning, probabilistic choice, rank dependence, smart heuristics, unawareness, and their applications to health policy development and to clinical care of individuals.
Congratulations to Warwick Evidence for publishing another HTA Journal article
“Total hip replacement and surface replacement for the treatment of pain and disability resulting from end-stage arthritis of the hip (review of technology appraisal guidance 2 and 44): systematic review and economic evaluation” has now been fully published in the HTA journal on the NIHR Journals Library website and can be downloaded here: