The report is part of EEPRU's evaluation of wave 1 of the Accelerate, Coordinate, Evaluate (ACE) Programme which is a CRUK led programme seeking to support the NHS aim of diagnosing cancer at an earlier stage.
We aim to provide evidence to help the Department of Health, arms-length bodies, NHS and social care to make the best use of scare resources, to maximise benefits.
Our main methodological research themes cover various aspects of cost-effectiveness analysis, resource allocation and allocative efficiency, and the measurement and valuation of outcomes. The work of EEPRU covers interventions in health services, mental health, adult social care and public health.
Excess Treatment Costs (ETC)
2017 Cost effectiveness methods EEPRU Reports
Follow up strategies in cancer: comparing national clinical guidelines and current clinical practice across the UK using exemplars in bladder, breast, colorectal and prostate cancer
2017 Cancer Journal Articles
A scoping review on the production of different aspects of quality of health care
2017 Journal Articles Productivity
Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL): A new generic self-reported outcome measure for use with people experiencing mental health difficulties