King's Health Economics, led by Professor Sarah Byford (Director), and Dr Barbara Barrett (Deputy Director), consists of a team of health economists with expertise in designing and conducting high quality economic evaluations of healthcare programmes and policies that contribute to healthcare policy and practice in the UK and abroad.
We work with research and clinical teams, local and national government agencies, non-statutory sector and commercial organisations across the UK and in many other countries around the world.
We have particular expertise in the following clinical areas: Addictions, Arthritis, Autism spectrum disorders, Cancer, Child and adolescent mental health, Chronic fatigue, Dementia, Depression and anxiety, Diabetes, Eating disorders, Epilepsy, Forensic mental health, Health anxiety, HIV/AIDS, Learning disabilities, Neurological disorders, Obsessive compulsive disorder, Palliative care, Parkinson's disease, Personality disorder, Post-traumatic stress disorder, Psychosis and schizophrenia, Public health, Self-harm and suicide, Stroke, Substance misuse.
To find out how KHE might help your research project or organisation, submit a completed form, or contact our Research Coordinator, Vanessa Frederick, or any member of our team. If you are interested in doing a PhD in KHE, you can find more information on the PhD research in HSPR webpage.