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November 2002

Walters, SJ and Brazier, JE (2002): Sample sizes for the SF-6D preference based measure of health from the SF-36: a practical guide.

November 2003

McCabe, C and Stevens, K and Roberts, J and Brazier, JE (2003): Health state values for the HUI 2 descriptive system: results from a UK survey.

2007

O'Hagan, A and Brazier, JE and Kharroubi, SA (2007): A comparison of United States and United Kingdom EQ-5D health states valuations using a nonparametric Bayesian method.

2008

Brazier, JE and Yang, Y and Tsuchiya, A (2008): A review of studies mapping (or cross walking) from non-preference based measures of health to generic preference-based measures. Published in: European Journal of Health Economics , Vol. 11, No. 2 (2010): pp. 215-225.

2009

Mavranezouli, I and Brazier, JE and Young, Tracey A. and Barkham, M (2009): Using Rasch analysis to form plausible health states amenable to valuation: the development of CORE-6D from CORE-OM in order to elicit preferences for common mental health problems. Published in: Quality of Life Research , Vol. 20, No. 3 (2011): pp. 321-333.

2010

Mulhern, B and Smith, SC and Rowen, D and Brazier, JE and Knapp, M and Lamping, DL and Loftus, V and Young, Tracey A. and Howard, RJ and Banerjee, S (2010): Improving the measurement of QALYs in dementia: developing patient- and carer-reported health state classification systems using Rasch analysis.

Ara, R and Brazier, JE (2010): Using health state utility values from the general population to approximate baselines in decision analytic models when condition specific data are not available.

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