Policymakers must have access to the best possible research and analysis to ensure their health investments save as many lives as possible. Our cross-cutting techniques and tools include modelling and health economic, epidemiology and pharmacoepidemiology, implementation science, and qualitative and co-design methods.
Through engagement with policy makers, clinicians, patients and health groups, we apply modelling and health economics tools to guide efficient and effective use of health resources.
Working closely with policy, practice and community leaders we design and implement epidemiology studies to inform public health policy.
In partnership with academic, health and not-for-profit organisations, we develop, deliver, and evaluate implementation strategies, workshops and toolkits for healthcare professionals and researchers.
To ensure participation, equity and diversity in decision making across our research projects we use qualitative methods and co-design with key stakeholders.