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Biosimilar uptake by British local formularies: a cross sectional study

Background Biological medicines are starting to lose their patent protection, so similar, inexact copies (biosimilars) are being developed and licensed. The high acquisition costs of biologics for healthcare providers could be reduced by switching to biosimilars, thus alleviating budgetary pressures and increasing patient access. Therefore, the acceptance of biosimilars by...

Cost Effectiveness of Support for People Starting a New Medication for a Long-Term Condition Through Community Pharmacies: An Economic Evaluation of the New Medicine Service (NMS) Compared with Normal Practice

/show/NCT01635361) had full ethical approval. Conflict of interest Rachel A. Elliott, Lukasz Tanajewski, Georgios Gkountouras, Anthony J. Avery, Nick Barber, Rajnikant Mehta, Matthew J. Boyd, Asam Latif ... Health, Health Services Research and Primary Care, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, The University of Manchester , Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL , UK 2 & Rachel A

Economic Evaluation of a General Hospital Unit for Older People with Delirium and Dementia (TEAM Randomised Controlled Trial)

Background One in three hospital acute medical admissions is of an older person with cognitive impairment. Their outcomes are poor and the quality of their care in hospital has been criticised. A specialist unit to care for older people with delirium and dementia (the Medical and Mental Health Unit, MMHU) was developed and then tested in a randomised controlled trial where it...

Cost-Effectiveness of a Specialist Geriatric Medical Intervention for Frail Older People Discharged from Acute Medical Units: Economic Evaluation in a Two-Centre Randomised Controlled Trial (AMIGOS)

: randomised controlled trial. BMJ 2013;347:f5874 doi: 10.1136/bmj.f5874) (DOC) S1 Protocol. Judi Edmans, Simon Conroy, Rowan Harwood, Sarah Lewis, Rachel A Elliott, Philippa Logan et. al. Acute medical unit

Protocol for the New Medicine Service Study: a randomized controlled trial and economic evaluation with qualitative appraisal comparing the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of the New Medicine Service in community pharmacies in England

Background Medication non-adherence is considered an important cause of morbidity and mortality in primary care. This study aims to determine the effectiveness, cost effectiveness and acceptability of a complex intervention delivered by community pharmacists, the New Medicine Service (NMS), compared with current practice in reducing non-adherence to, and problems with, newly...

Acute medical unit comprehensive geriatric assessment intervention study (AMIGOS)

Rachel A Elliott Philippa Logan 0 Lucy Bradshaw 0 Matthew Franklin John Gladman 0 0 Division of Rehabilitation & Ageing, University of Nottingham, Medical School, Queen's Medical Centre , Nottingham, NG7