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Adroddiad blynyddol 2022/23

Adroddiad blynyddol HCEC 2022-23

Bob blwyddyn rydym yn adrodd ar ein gweithgareddau i’n cyllidwr, Ymchwil Iechyd a Gofal Cymru. Yma gallwch ddysgu am yr ystod o arbenigedd economeg iechyd rydym yn ei ddarparu a dysgu mwy am ein hastudiaethau achos rhagorol.

Gweld Adroddiad Blynyddol HCEC 2022-23 

 

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Randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of a targeted cancer awareness intervention for adults living in deprived areas of the UK.

Moriarty, Y., Lau, M., Sewell, B., Trubey, R., Quinn-Scoggins, H., Owen, S., ... & Brain, K. (2021). Randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of a targeted cancer awareness intervention for adults living in deprived areas of the UK. British journal of cancer, 1-11.

2021

Social and economic costs of gambling problems and related harm among UK military veterans. 

Harris, S., Pockett, R. D., Dighton, G., Wood, K., Armour, C., Fossey, M., ... & Dymond, S. (2021). Social and economic costs of gambling problems and related harm among UK military veterans. BMJ Mil Health.

2021

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on third sector services for carers.

Jones, C. (2021). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on third sector services for carers. The International Journal of Care and Caring, 5(3), 529-534.

2021

Spotlight on carers. 

Jones, C. (2021). Spotlight on carers. International Psychogeriatrics, pp.1-4.

2021

A systematic review to examine the evidence in developing social prescribin interventions that apply a co-productive, co-pesigned approach to improve well-being outcomes in a community setting.

Thomas, G., Lynch, M., & Spencer, L. H. (2021). A systematic review to examine the evidence in developing social prescribing interventions that apply a co-productive, co-pesigned approach to improve well-being outcomes in a community setting. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(8), 3896.

2021

The Family Nurse Partnership to reduce maltreatment and improve child health and development in young children: the BB: 2–6 routine data-linkage follow-up to earlier RCT.

Robling, M., Lugg-Widger, F., Cannings-John, R., Sanders, J., Angel, L., Channon, S., Fitzsimmons, D., Hood, K., Kenkre, J., Moody, G. and Owen-Jones, E., (2021). The Family Nurse Partnership to reduce maltreatment and improve child health and development in young children: the BB: 2–6 routine data-linkage follow-up to earlier RCT. Public Health research, 9(2).

2021

Senior clinical and business managers’ perspectives on the influence of different funding mechanisms, and barriers and enablers to implementing models of employing General Practitioners in or alongside emergency departments: Qualitative study. 

Choudhry, M., Edwards, M., Cooper, A., Anderson, P., Carson-Stevens, A., Cooke, M., ... & Edwards, A. (2021). Senior clinical and business managers’ perspectives on the influence of different funding mechanisms, and barriers and enablers to implementing models of employing General Practitioners in or alongside emergency departments: Qualitative study. Health Policy, 125(4), 482-488.

2021

The cost of inpatient burn management in Nepal.

Poudel, A. N., Price, P., Lowin, J., Shilpakar, R., Nakarmi, K., & Potokar, T. (2021). The cost of inpatient burn management in Nepal. Burns, 47(7), 1675-1682.

2021