Micro-costing study comparing kidney dialysis modalities in Wales

Our co-director, Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards and HCEC research fellow, Dr Ned Hartfiel have co-authored a paper on a micro-costing study comparing four kidney dialysis modalities in Wales. Micro-costing data was obtained from commissioners of the service and from interviews with renal consultants, nurses, accountants, managers and allied health professionals. Top-down costing information was obtained from […]

Promoting Activity, Independence and Stability in Early Dementia (PrAISED) research programme

The Promoting Activity, Independence and Stability in Early Dementia (PrAISED) project is a dementia study led by Professor Rowan Harwood of Nottingham University. The health economics component of this study is led by Professor Rhiannon Tudor-Edwards, Dr Victory Ezeofor and Ned Hartfiel from the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation, Bangor University. The PrAISED […]

Evaluating The Outdoor Partnership’s ‘Opening Doors to the Outdoors’ (ODO) Programme

Health and Care Economics Cymru (HCEC) Research Officers, Dr Ned Hartfiel, Dr Holly Whitely and Abraham Makanjuola at Bangor University and Professor Mary Lynch from the University of the West of Scotland are collaborating with The Outdoor Partnership and Cyflymu/Accelerate to evaluate the impact of the ‘Opening Doors to the Outdoors’ (ODO) Programme. ODO is […]

The Taxing Twilight: Economeg Iechyd Gogledd Cymru / Webinar

Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Co-director of the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation (CHEME), was invited to speak at a joint event between Bangor University and the Institute for Welsh Affairs (IWA). Rhiannon’s presentation explored what a declining working-age population in North Wales means for future resilience economically, socially and in terms of our […]

Short breaks for people living with dementia and their carers: exploring wellbeing outcomes and informing future practice development through a Social Return on Investment approach

A study led by Dr Gill Toms is exploring the benefits of a short breaks/ day support service called ‘TRIO’ for people living with dementia. Short breaks can benefit people living with dementia and unpaid carers; however, most research focuses on more ‘traditional’ models of support– including short stays in residential care and day centre […]