Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards
Professor Deb Fitzsimmons
The Management Board meets monthly to ensure effective cross-University collaboration of the team and delivery of our outcomes.
Health and Care Economics Cymru-Supported Research Staff
The purpose of the Advisory Board is to provide strategic advice to support us in the delivery of our objectives and work packages. Using the expertise and experience from external senior peers, including public involvement representation, the Advisory Board enables an independent, critical test and challenge of our strategy, action plan, achievements and impact across our programme of work and work packages. The Advisory Board assemble once a year, generally during the annual Welsh Health Economists’ Group (WHEG) meeting, to facilitate networking of our researchers with leading UK experts.
The Advisory Board currently comprises:
- Professor Steve Morris (University Cambridge)
- Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards (Co-Director of HCEC, Bangor University)
- Professor Deb Fitzsimmons (Co-Director of HCEC, Swansea University)
- Professor Dyfrig Hughes (Bangor University)
- Dr Pippa Anderson (Swansea University)
- Dr Catherine Lawrence (Bangor University)
- Dr Llinos Haf Spencer (Bangor University)
- Dr Bernadette Sewell (Swansea University)
- Dr Liv Kosnes (Swansea University)
- Dr Joanna Charles (Bangor University)
- Dr Brendan Collins (Welsh Government)
- Professor Ceri Phillips (Swansea University)
- Dr Lisa Trigg (Social Care Wales)
- Dr Angela Boland (University of Liverpool)
- Professor Rod Taylor (University of Glasgow)
- Professor Monica Busse-Morris (Cardiff University)
- Ms Karen Harrington (PIE representative)
- Mr Nathan Davies (PIE representative)
We co-ordinate the Welsh Health Economists’ Group (WHEG), developing a community of health economics expertise across Wales.
The Health and Care Economics Cymru Methodological Hub aims to provide an environment to develop and apply cutting-edge methods of health economic evaluation and associated analyses. The purpose of the Methodological Hub is to improve the validity and relevance of the healthcare evidence-base in order to make better decisions on the use of resources. Read more here.
Social Value Hub
In response to the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act and demands from third sector and local government to help them demonstrate social value, we have established the Bangor Social Value Hub. This Social Value Hub is an organisational member of Social Value UK and provides organisations with a framework for measuring change in ways that are relevant to their stakeholders. Read more here.
Our collaborators and stakeholders
Health and Care Economics Cymru works closely with other leading research centres and organisations across the UK, including: