Infographic: Social isolation: what is the long term impact?

Published: 21 May, 2021    Time to Read: 5 min(s) Read More»

Infographic: The impact of Covid-19 vaccine misinformation on uptake

Published: 14 May, 2021    Time to Read: 5 min(s) Read More»

Infographic: Vaccine hesitancy in various ethnic groups across the UK

Published: 07 May, 2021    Time to Read: 5 min(s) Read More»

Infographic: Do we pay for what we get in healthcare internationally?

Published: 30 Apr, 2021    Time to Read: 5 min(s) Read More»

Unmet healthcare need in immigrant, migrant and refugee populations in the United Kingdom

Published: 12 Feb, 2021    Time to Read: min(s) Read More»

Mortality multipliers for exceeding ward or ITU capacity in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published: 05 Feb, 2021    Time to Read: min(s) Read More»

Modelling Cardiovascular Disease Mortality with PCSK9 Inhibitors Using a Synthetic Population

Our aim was to demonstrate how a synthetically generated sample of individuals could be used to populate clinical models. Our synthetic sample in this case was generated to match the risk factor variables in the 4S study sample, using similar distributions and correlation structure compared with the general population (as reported by the Health Survey for England).

Published: 18 Oct, 2018    Time to Read: 6 min(s) Read More»

Synthetic Sample Generation of the 4S Study Placebo Population Using a Stochastic Sampling Technique

We have successfully generated a synthetic sample of people whose group characteristics, such as mean age and gender, matched those of a real-life sample of people who took part in a clinical trial. This synthetic sample of people could be used to populate clinical or economic models, allowing for preliminary assessments of interventions with minimal costs.

Published: 18 Oct, 2018    Time to Read: 6 min(s) Read More»

How I use heoro.com: transforming targeted reviews

Targeted reviews have always been the inferior offering of the literature synthesis portfolio. Although relatively quick and inexpensive to produce, their methodology is usually more opaque than a full systematic review, leaving them vulnerable to bias in the studies selected for inclusion and therefore in the conclusions of the report.

Published: 08 Oct, 2018    Time to Read: 4 min(s) Read More»

Has life expectancy stalled?

You may have noticed in the news lately that the increases in life expectancy are ‘grinding to a halt’ in the UK. The Office for National Statistics in England and Wales has reported that improvements in life expectancy between 2015 and 2017 have stalled. The graph below shows the trend in life expectancy since 1838 showing there has been a consistent rise since the 1880s.

Published: 08 Oct, 2018    Time to Read: 5 min(s) Read More»