James P Raftery
Affiliation: University of Southampton
- Cost effectiveness of nurse led secondary prevention clinics for coronary heart disease in primary care: follow up of a randomised controlled trialJames P Raftery
Health Economics Facility, Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2RT
BMJ 330:707. 2005..To establish the cost effectiveness of nurse led secondary prevention clinics for coronary heart disease based on four years' follow up of a randomised controlled trial...
- Paying for costly pharmaceuticals: regulation of new drugs in Australia, England and New ZealandJames P Raftery
Wessex Institute for Health Research and Development, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
Med J Aust 188:26-8. 2008..All three countries made exceptions in order to fund drugs of poor cost-effectiveness for some "dread" diseases, but some drugs for less alarming conditions were either not funded or heavily restricted...
- Registration of noncommercial randomised clinical trials: the feasibility of using trial registries to monitor the number of trialsJames Raftery
University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
Trials 13:140. 2012..Formation of the NIHR in 2006 and increased research spending by the Department of Health may have increased the number of noncommercial trials but no data are available...
- "Flogging dead horses": evaluating when have clinical trials achieved sufficiency and stability? A case study in cardiac rehabilitationLouise Dent
University of Southampton Clinical Trials Unit MP131, University of Southampton, SO16 6YD, UK
Trials 12:83. 2011..Measures of sufficiency and stability may indicate whether this is true.Objectives: To show how evidence accumulated on centre-based versus home-based cardiac rehabilitation, including estimates of sufficiency and stability..
- DOMINO-AD protocol: donepezil and memantine in moderate to severe Alzheimer's disease - a multicentre RCTRob Jones
Section of Old Age Psychiatry, The University of Nottingham, A Floor, South Block, Queen s Medical Centre, Nottingham NG7 2UH, UK
Trials 10:57. 2009..The aim of this trial is to establish the most effective drug option for people with AD who are progressing from moderate to severe dementia despite treatment with donepezil...
- An evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of booklet-based self-management of dizziness in primary care, with and without expert telephone supportLucy Yardley
School of Psychology, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, UK
BMC Ear Nose Throat Disord 9:13. 2009..The aim of this trial is to evaluate two new alternative models of delivery that may be more feasible and cost-effective...
- Paying clinicians to join clinical trials: a review of guidelines and interview study of trialistsJames Raftery
Wessex Institute for Health R and D, School of Medicine, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
Trials 10:15. 2009..The aims were to review relevant guidelines and to collate and analyse views of clinical trialists on the role of payments and other factors that motivated clinicians to join clinical trials...
- Ranibizumab (Lucentis) versus bevacizumab (Avastin): modelling cost effectivenessJames Raftery
Wessex Institute for Health R and D, Medical School, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
Br J Ophthalmol 91:1244-6. 2007..Continued unlicensed use of bevacizumab raises ethical, legal and policy questions. Public pressure may be the most potent weapon in persuading Genentech to license bevacizumab for AMD...
- The cheaper drug, bevacizumab, should be referred to NICEJames P Raftery
BMJ 334:381-2. 2007
- SMART: self-management of anticoagulation, a randomised trial [ISRCTN19313375]Deborah McCahon
BMC Fam Pract 4:11. 2003..Patient self-management is a logical progression from the primary care model. This study will be the first to randomise non-selected patients in primary care, to either self-management or standard care...
- Home-based versus hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation after myocardial infarction or revascularisation: design and rationale of the Birmingham Rehabilitation Uptake Maximisation Study (BRUM): a randomised controlled trial [ISRCTN72884263]Kate Jolly
Department of Public Health and Epidemiology, Public Health Building, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT, United Kingdom
BMC Cardiovasc Disord 3:10. 2003..Evidence of the effectiveness of home-based cardiac rehabilitation remains limited. This trial evaluates the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of home-based compared to hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation...