Latest HERU Blog - Which pandemic response measures are right for the community? And how do we find

Our latest HERU Blog post looks at the valuation of community preferences. In the post Dr Ruben Sakowsky, who has recently completed a PhD in HERU, argues that health economics methods need to take greater account of community preferences. The example of the COVID-19 pandemic is used to discuss the need to include a community response in evaluation research. The value of deliberative approaches and collective decision making is also considered. This is seen as particularly relevant when looking at issues, such the COVID-19 pandemic, that affect the whole community.

 

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