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Professor Richard Walker
Dr Philip Shackley
The cost of treating stroke in urban and rural Tanzania: A 6 month pilot study.2013
Dr Philip Shackley
Dr Lisa Shaw
Dr Christopher Price
Professor Michael Barnes
Dr Laura Graham
et al.
Cost-effectiveness of treating upper limb spasticity due to stroke with botulinum toxin A: results from the botulinum toxin for the upper limb after stroke (BoTULS) trial2012
Dr Lisa Shaw
Dr Christopher Price
Frederike Van Wijck
Dr Philip Shackley
Dr Nick Steen
et al.
Botulinum Toxin for the Upper Limb After Stroke (BoTULS) Trial: Effect on Impairment, Activity Limitation, and Pain2011
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Rachel Baker
Dr Helen Mason
Emeritus Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Emily Lancsar
et al.
The social value of a QALY: raising the bar or barring the raise?2011
Dr Lisa Shaw
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Christopher Price
Dr Philip Shackley
Dr Nick Steen
et al.
BoTULS: a multicentre randomised controlled trial to evaluate the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of treating upper limb spasticity due to stroke with botulinum toxin type A2010
Dr Rachel Baker
Professor Cam Donaldson
Emeritus Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Emily Lancsar
Professor Graham Loomes
et al.
Weighting and valuing quality-adjusted life-years using stated preference methods: preliminary results from the Social Value of a QALY Project2010
Dr Mark Pennington
Dr Chris Vernazza
Dr Philip Shackley
Nigel Armstrong
Professor John Whitworth
et al.
Evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of root canal treatment using conventional approaches versus replacement with an implant2009
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Lisa Shaw
Dr Christopher Price
Martine Barnes
Dr Laura Graham
et al.
Study design and methods of the BoTULS trial: a randomised controlled trial to evaluate the clinical effect and cost effectiveness of treating upper limb spasticity due to stroke with botulinum toxin type A2008
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Rachel Baker
Emeritus Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Emily Lancsar
Professor Graham Loomes
et al.
Weighting and valuing quality adjusted life years: preliminary results from the social value of a QALY project2008
Dr Philip Shackley
Emeritus Professor Jimmy Steele CBE
A comparison of the ‘cost per child treated’ at a primary care-based sedation referral service, compared to a general anaesthetic in hospital2007
Rachel Appleton
Julie Doughty
Dr Ann Jacoby
Dr Philip Shackley
Alessandra Vanoli
et al.
A randomised controlled trial examining the longer-term outcomes of standard versus new antiepileptic drugs. The SANAD trial2007
Julie Doughty
Dr Margaret Jackson
Dr Ann Jacoby
Dr Geoff Lawson
Dr Philip Shackley
et al.
Carbamazepine versus gabapentin, lamotrigine, oxcarbazepine or topiramate for partial epilepsy: results from Arm A of the SANAD Trial2007
Dr Nigel Cooper
Julie Doughty
Dr Geoff Lawson
Dr Philip Shackley
Dr Jing Shen
et al.
The SANAD study of effectiveness of carbamazepine, gabapentin, lamotrigine, oxcarbazepine, or topiramate for treatment of partial epilepsy: an unblinded randomised controlled trial2007
Dr Nigel Cooper
Julie Doughty
Dr Margaret Jackson
Dr Ann Jacoby
Dr Geoff Lawson
et al.
The SANAD study of effectiveness of valproate, lamotrigine, or topiramate for generalised and unclassifiable epilepsy: an unblinded randomised controlled trial2007
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Helen Mason
Dr Philip Shackley
Contingent valuation of health care2006
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Ordering disparate health programmes through explicit ranking versus willingness to pay:'sticky wicket' or 'sticking with it'2006
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
Dr Angela Bate
Dr Philip Shackley
Dr Nicola Hall
Preference for access to the GP: A discrete choice experiment2006
Dr Philip Shackley
Discrete choice experiment with a contingent valuation follow-up question2005
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Implicit versus explicit ranking: On inferring ordinal preferences for health care programmes based on differences in willingness-to-pay2005
Dr Philip Shackley
Professor Cam Donaldson
Using willingess to pay to elicit community preferences for health care: further evidence from using a 'marginal approach'2005
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
The impact of information on non-health attributes on willingness to pay for multiple health care programmes2004
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Willingness to pay for public health care: A comparison of two approaches2004
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Contingent valuation and public health: eliciting values from patients and the public2003
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Contingent valuation and public health: eliciting values from patients and the public.2003
Dr Rachel Baker
Professor Susan Chilton
Professor Cam Donaldson
Emeritus Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Hugh Metcalf
et al.
Determining the societal value of a QALY by surveying the public in England and Wales: a research protocol2003
Dr Philip Shackley
Public attitudes to participating in UK BioBank. A public consultation on issues relating to feedback, consent, withdrawal and access2003
Dr Philip Shackley
Public attitudes to participating in UK Biobank: a DNA bank, lifestyle and morbidity database on 500,000 members of public aged 45-692003
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Willingness to pay for health care.2003
Dr Philip Shackley
A systematic review and economic evaluation of computerised cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and anxiety2002
Dr Philip Shackley
Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy for depression and anxiety2002
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Do ordering effects matter in willingness to pay studies of health care?2002
Dr Philip Shackley
Establishing and quantifying the preferences of mental health service users for day hospital care: a pilot study using conjoint analysis2002
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Health Economics2002
Dr Philip Shackley
Professor Cam Donaldson
Should we use willingness to pay to elicit community preferences for health care? New evidence from using a 'marginal' approach2002
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Willingness to pay for health care2002
Dr Philip Shackley
Cost and outcome implications of the organisation of vascular services2000
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Philip Shackley
Do ordering effects matter in willingness to pay studies in health care?2000
Dr Philip Shackley
Professor Cam Donaldson
Eliciting willingness to pay for publicly-financed health care using an 'incremental' approach2000
Dr Philip Shackley
Is there a positive volume-outcome relationship in peripheral vascular surgery?2000
Dr Philip Shackley
Quantifying patient preferences for out-of-hours care2000
Dr Philip Shackley
Using contingent valuation to elicit public preferences for water fluoridation2000
Dr Philip Shackley
Costing vascular surgery: a review of current reporting practice1999
Dr Philip Shackley
Estimating the benefits of community water fluoridation using the willingness to pay technique: results of a pilot study1999
Dr Philip Shackley
Prenatal screening for Down's syndrome: dimensions of an economic model1999