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Case study of a utility measure: The SF-6D

In this video, we hear from Professor John Brazier who has developed a preference based classification for describing health using the SF-36; one of the most widely used measures of …

Valuing health states in practice

There are several different techniques available for valuing health states. In this video, Katherine introduces you to one of these techniques; the time trade off (TTO) method. You will see …

What is a QALY?

In the previous step, we saw that the use of different PROMs for different interventions and for different patient groups means that we do not have a single measure of …

PROMs and the Allocation of Health Resources

PROMs or Patient Reported Outcome Measures can help us to understand the impact of a healthcare intervention or treatment on a patient’s quality of life. But could they also be …

What is a PROM?

A Patient Reported Outcome Measure (PROM) is a questionnaire that asks patients to self report about their own health. PROMs can be used to assess the impact that interventions and …

Welcome from Dr Clara Mukuria

Over the next three weeks we’ll be taking you on a journey to understand the measuring and valuing of health benefits. We’ll see why it matters, how we can measure …