The end of any year sees a number of “best of” charts published and research is no exception!
We’re delighted to report that a paper produced by the CLAHRC’s Dr Werner Leber and Professor Chris Griffiths and others is 2017’s most downloaded in The Lancet HIV. Dr Werner ‘s groundbreaking work represents the first time a model to explore the cost effectiveness of screening for HIV in primary care has been applied to the UK.
The work generated great media interest (below) and offers a model to measure cost-effectiveness for commissioners and providers of HIV care.
Read the paper:
Cost-effectiveness of screening for HIV in primary care: a health economics modelling analysis
Baggaley, Rebecca F et al.
The Lancet HIV , Volume 4 , Issue 10 , e465 – e474
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Read a BITE sized summary of Werner’s work.