Real-World Evidence for Decisions in Diabetes

The University of Manchester (UNIMAN) – Manchester, UK

The University of Manchester is recognised globally for its pioneering research, outstanding teaching and learning, and commitment to social responsibility. Manchester Centre for Health Economics provides a concentration of expertise in health economics and a critical mass of health economists to support the development of careers and coherent research programmes, as well as continuing collaboration with colleagues in other disciplines.

Role within REDDIE

Manchester Centre for Health Economics is contributing to the REDDIE work package ‘Identifying needs of regulators and payers to determine effectiveness and cost-effectiveness in diabetes’. The package aims to generate methodological standards for the use of real-world evidence in health technology assessment and explore the use of synthetic data to underpin simulation models at the prestigious Mount Hood Diabetes Modelling Challenge.

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Gabriel Rogers

Senior research fellow in health economics