Gerry Richardson

Professor

Professor Gerry Richardson is a senior member of the YH ARC Health Economics, Evaluation and Equality (HEEE) Theme and Professor in the Centre of Health Economics at the University of York.
“I’ve over 27 years’ experience of economic evaluation alongside clinical trials. I’m an adviser to many others as part of RDS work (and with local decision makers). I’ve held positions on numerous funding panels (RfPB x2, PGfAR, CRUK).
My work with Early Life and Prevention themes involves advising on the appropriate inclusion of economic evaluation in their research studies”.

Gerry Richardson's latest projects

Mental Health Navigator

Mental Health Navigators (MHN) in Wakefield are there to support tenants of Wakefield District Housing in their mental health needs and lifestyle choices. This study worked out how useful the...

How is our research considering the value, or ‘cost effectiveness’ of the interventions?

Unfortunately, it is never possible for society to afford all of the services and treatments that might be beneficial to those who may need care and support. This means that...

Gerry Richardson's latest publications

The cost-effectiveness of a proportionate parenting programme for primary caregivers and their child: an economic evaluation using evidence from the E-SEE Trial

Methods of assessing value for money of UK-based early childhood public health interventions: A systematic literature review

Other Team members

Tracey Young

Theme Co-Lead

Laura Bojke

Theme Co-Lead

Sarah Fewkes

Theme Administrator