Applied Health Economics for Public Health Practice and Research Short Course. March 2024

Poster

This two day (9:30-14:30 on both days) short course is relevant to people producing or using evidence to influence the health and well-being of the population. In particular, those working in higher education institutions, including health economics research units, local government, public health, and third sector. For more information and to book a place please click here.

Health economics for environmental, sustainability and well-being projects workshop

a man and a woman presenting with slides on a screen

On Tuesday, 6th February 2024, we held an event at Bangor University to bring people together from all Colleges across the University and other organisations to explore how health economics methods can be incorporated into grant applications for research. We heard from eight speakers with an audience of over thirty attendees. Our colleagues from different […]

2022/23 HCEC Annual Report now available

HCEC annual report 2022/23

Our 2022/23 Annual Report is now available for you to view our achievements and key projects over the last year. Please view our publications page to download the report.

BANGOR UNIVERSITY NAMED AMONGST TOP TEN COLLABORATIVE INSTITUTIONS IN HEALTH ECONOMICS RESEARCH IN RECENT GLOBAL BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS

Bangor University has been named amongst the top ten collaborative higher education institutions out of 1,723 institutions worldwide in a review of the publications of 4,096 academic health economists between 1975 and 2022. Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Co-Director of the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation (CHEME) at Bangor University, was named in this review as one of the top five most important health economists in terms of publications searched in the […]

Invest4Health, Horizon Europe Project

Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards and Research officers Dr Holly Whiteley and Jacob Davies at CHEME, Bangor University, are involved in a new Horizon Europe project, Invest4Health (I4H). The project offers the financing solution, Smart Capacitating Investment (SCI) which aims to provide sustainable funding for preventative health measures. Building on the concept of social investment, I4H will develop […]