Current facets (Pre-Master)

Overview first half 2018 by theme:

    • I.E.J. Bonfrer, E. Van de Poel, E. Gustafsson-Wright & E.K.A. van Doorslaer (2018). Voluntary health insurance in Nigeria: Effects on takers and non-takers. Social Science & Medicine, 205, 55-63.
    • Wagstaff, G. Flores, J. Hsu, M. Smitz, K. Chepynoga, L.R. Buisman, K. Van Wilgenburg & P. Eozenou (2018). Progress on catastrophic health spending in 133 countries: a retrospective observational study.Opent extern The Lancet Global Health, 6 (2), e169-e179. doi:
    • A.E. Attema, W.B.F. Brouwer & J.L. Pinto-Prades (in press). Peer effects in health valuation: The relation between rating of contemporaries' health and own health. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. doi: 10.1186/s12955-018-0978-8
    • A.E. Attema, W.B.F. Brouwer & K. Claxton (2018). Discounting in economic evaluations. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 36 (7), 745-758. doi: 10.1007/s40273-018-0672-z
    • A.E. Attema, H.M. Krol, N.J.A. van Exel & W.B.F. Brouwer (2018). New findings from the time trade-off for income approach to elicit willingness to pay for a quality adjusted life year. European Journal of Health Economics (HEPAC), 19 (2), 277-291. doi:
    • P.H.M. van Baal, A. Morton, D. Meltzer & W.B.F. Brouwer (2018). Future unrelated medical costs need to be considered in cost effectiveness analysis. European Journal of Health Economics (HEPAC). doi: 10.1007/s10198-018-0976-0
    • P.H.M. van Baal, A. Morton & J.L. Severens (2018). Health care input constraints and cost effectiveness analysis decision rules.Opent extern Social Science & Medicine, 200 (March), 59-64. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.01.026.
    • F.C.W. van Krugten, M. Goorden, A.J.L.M. van Balkom, J. Spijker, W.B.F. Brouwer & L. Hakkaart-van Roijen (2018). Indicators to facilitate the early identification of patients with major depressive disorder in need of highly specialized care: A concept mapping study. Depression and Anxiety, 35 (4), 346-352. doi:
    • J.H. Vermaire & N.J.A. van Exel (2018). Parental attitudes towards oral health and caries-risk in their children. International Journal of Dental Hygiene. doi:
    • H. Mason, M. Collins, N. McHugh, J. Godwin, N.J.A. van Exel, C. Donaldson & R. Baker (2018). Is "end of life" a special case? Connecting Q with survey methods to measure societal support for views on the value of life-extending treatments. Health Economics. doi:
    • N. McHugh, R. Baker, N.J.A. van Exel, H. Mason, J. Godwin, M. Collins & C. Donaldson (2018). Are life-extending treatments for terminal illnesses a special case? Exploring choices and societal viewpoints. Social Science & Medicine, 198, 61-69. doi:
    • V.T. Reckers, N.J.A. Van Exel & W.B.F. Brouwer (2018). Looking back and moving forward: On the application of proportional shortfall in healthcare priority setting in the Netherlands.Opent extern Health Policy, 122 (6), 621-629. doi: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2018.04.001
    • V.T. Reckers, N.J.A. Van Exel & W.B.F. Brouwer (2018). Who should receive treatment? An empirical enquiry into the relationship between societal views and preferences concerning healthcare priority setting.Opent extern PLoS One (online), 13 (6):e0198761. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0198761
    • B. Ravesteijn, J.L.W. van Kippersluis & E.K.A. van Doorslaer (2018). The Wear and Tear on Health: What is the Role of Occupation? Health Economics, 27 (2), e69-e86.
    • M.N. Wagener, L.W.J. van den Dries, N.J.A. van Exel, H.S. Miedema, E.C.M. van Gorp & P.D.D.M. Roelofs (2018). Determinants of Employment in People Living with HIV in the Netherlands. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. doi: