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Centre for Health Economics at Warwick (CHEW)

Research highlights


Development of a UK evidence based pathway for the management of chronic constipation in adults. CapaCiTY includes a programme of multicentre randomised controlled trials trial evaluating types of investigation, specialist nurse-led bowel retraining, anal irrigation and surgery, in patients with chronic constipation. Findings will help to develop national guidance for appropriate care.


This study describes a new methodological framework for assessing agreement between cost-effectiveness endpoints generated using alternative sources of data on treatment costs and effects for trial-based economic evaluations. Please find the package that is described in the paper here.

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Publication highlights

The team including Prof Stavros Petrou investigated Economic costs and health-related quality of life outcomes of HIV treatment following HIV testing in Blantyre, Malawi.

The study team, including Prof Stavros Petrou, investigated a family-based childhood obesity treatment intervention delivered in a community setting for ages 6 to 11 years.

A methodological study undertaken by a team including Dr Felix Achana, Prof James Mason and Prof Stavros Petrou investigated Interventions Within Emergency and Critical Care Settings.

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