Frew E. Aligning health economics methods to fit with the changing world of public health. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy. Editorial. 2017 March 4. Doi: 10.1007/s40258-017-0319-9.
Frew E and Hollingsworth B. How financial incentives could tackle Britain’s childhood obesity problem. The Conversation. March 2, 2017. https://theconversation.com.
Frew E and Hollingsworth B. How financial incentives could tackle Britain’s childhood obesity problem. The Independent. Monday 6 March 2017. http://www.independent.co.uk.
Aguiar M, Andronis L, Pallan M, Hogler W, Frew E. Preventing vitamin D deficiency (VDD): A systematic review of economic evaluations. European Journal of Public Health. (in press)
Goranitis I., Coast J., Day E., Copello A., Freemantle N., and Frew E. Maximising health or sufficient capability in economic evaluation? A methodological experiment of treatment for drug addiction. Provisionally accepted (Medical Decision Making-MDM-16-048).
Li Bai, Liu WJ, Cheng KK, Pallan MJ, Hemming K, Frew E, Lin R, Liu W, Adab P. Development of the theory-based Chinese primary school children physical activity and dietary behaviour changes intervention (CHIRPY DRAGON): development of a cluster randomised controlled trial. The Lancet 388: S51, October 2016.
Kaambwa B, Bryan S, Frew E, Bray E, Greenfield D, McManus R, on behalf of the TASMINH2 investigators. What drives responses to willingness-to-pay questions? A methodological inquiry in the context of hypertension self-management? Journal of Health Economics and Outcomes Research, 2016; in press.
Pallan M, Griffin T, Lancashire E, Hurley K, Blissett J, Frew E, Gill P, Griffith L, Hemming K, Jolly K, McGee E, Mulhern C, Parry J, Thompson JL, Adab P. Cultural adaptation of a children’s weight management programme for Bangladeshi and Pakistani familities in the UK. A cluster randomised feasibility study. BMC Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 2016; in press.
Goranitis I, Sneddon J, Day E, Copello A, Freemantle N, Frew E. Measuring health and broader wellbeing benefits in the context of drug addiction: the psychometric performance of the ICECAP-A and EQ-5D-5L. Value in Health, 2016; in press
Sanghera S, Frew E, Gupta J, Kai J, Roberts T. Willingness-to-pay and sensitivity to scale within the context of menorrhagia. Health Expectations, DOI: 10.1111/hex.12452.
Frew E. Economic evaluation of childhood obesity: reflection and suggestions. Pharmacoeconomics. 2016; 34: 733-740.
Craig F. Munns, Nick Shaw, Mairead Kiely,…Frew E et al. Global Consensus Recommendations on Prevention and Management of Nutritional Rickets. Joint publication in Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2016; 101 (2): 394-415. Jan 8:jc20152175. and Hormone Research in Paediatrics 2016; 85: 83-106. DOI: 10.1159/000443136.
Emma Frew, Miranda Pallan, Emma Lancashire, Karla Hemming, Peymane Adab, on behalf of the WAVES Study co-investigators. Using the CHU9D to assess the relationship between quality of life and BMI: the UK WAVES Study. BMC Pediatrics. 2015, 15:211. DOI: 10.1186/s12887-015-0526-1.
Lambe T, Frew E, Al Janabi H, Martin T. 2015. Local Economic Implications of the Portsmouth Protocol: Financial Incentives and Competing Motivations. British Journal of Healthcare Management. 2015, DOI: 10.12968/bjhc.2015.21.11.537 (Link)
Sanghera S, Frew E, Gupta J, Kai J, Roberts T. 2015 Exploring the use of Cost-Benefit Analysis to compare pharmaceutical treatments for menorrhagia. PharmacoEconomics,33:957-965.
P Adab, M J Pallan, E R Lancashire, K Hemming, E Frew, T Griffin, T Barrett, R Bhopal, J.E. Cade , A Daley, J Deeks, J Duda, U Ekelund, P Gill, E McGee, , J Parry, S Passmore, KK Cheng. 2015 A cluster-randomised controlled trial to assess the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a childhood obesity prevention programme delivered through schools, targeting 6-7 year old children: the WAVES study protocol. BMC Public Health. 15(1) 488. DOI: 10-1186/S12889-015-1800-8.
Frew E, Harrison M, Rossello Roig M, Martin T P C. 2015 Providing an extended use of an otological-specific outcome instrument to derive cost-effectiveness estimates of treatment. Clinical Otolarnygology, DOI:10.1111/coa.12424.
Sabina Sanghera, Emma Frew and Tracy E Roberts. 2015 Adapting the CHEERS statement for reporting cost-benefit analysis. Letter to the Editor, PharmacoEconomics, May; 33(5):533-4. doi: 10.1007/s40273-015-0265-z.
Sanghera S, Barton P, Frew E, Gupta J, Kai J, Daniels J, Middleton L, Gerard L, Roberts T. 2014. Levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system vs. usual medical treatment for menorrhagia: An economic evaluation alongside a randomised controlled trial. PLoS One, Published: March 17, 2014 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0091891
Gait C, Frew E, Martin T, Jowett S, Irving R. 2014. Conservative management, surgery, and radiosurgery for treatment of vestibular schwannomas: cost-effectiveness analysis. Clinical Otolaryngology, 39, 22-31.
Adlard N, Kinghorn P, Frew E. 2014. Is the UK NICE ‘reference case’ influencing the practice of paediatric QALY measurement within economic evaluations?, Value in Health, published online 30 April 2014 (Link)
Webb, N., Frew, E., Brettell, E., Milford D, Bockenhauer D, Saleem M, Christian M, Hall A, Koziell A, Maxwell H, Hegder S, Finlay E, Gilbert R, Booth J, Jones C, McKeever K, Cook W, Ives N on behalf of the PREDNOS 2 study group. 2014. Short course daily prednisolone therapy at the time of upper respiratory tract infection inchildren with relapsing steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome: PREDNOS 2 study.Trials 15:147 (27 April 2014)
Stephen C, Hamira S, Frew E. 2014. Telecare service for people with dementia: a cost-benefit analysis. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, Volume 20 Issue 3 April 2014 pp. 139 - 144.
Mistry H, Oppong R and Frew E. 2014. Health Economics website (HEe): a tool to enhance health economics teaching in the United Kingdom. Journal of Economics Education,45 (1), pp. 79.
Frew E, Bhatti M, Win K, Lyon A, Pallan M, Adab P. 2014. Cost-effectiveness of a community based physical activity programme for adults (Be Active) in the UK: an economic analysis within a natural experiment. British Journal of Sports Medicine,48, pp. 207-212.
Stephen C, Hamira S, Frew E. 2013 Telecare service for people with dementia: a cost-benefit analysis. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, in press.
Canaway A and Frew E. 2013. Measuring preference based quality of life in children aged 6-7 years: A comparison of the performance of CHU-9D and EQ-5D-Y. The WAVES pilot study. Quality of Life Research, 22 (1), pp.173-182.
Gait C, Frew E, Martin T, Jowett S, Irving R. 2013 Conservative management, surgery, and radiosurgery for treatment of vestibular schwannomas: cost-effectiveness analysis. Clinical Otolaryngology, in press.
Canaway A and Frew E. 2013. Utility based health related quality of life in children aged 6-7 years: is it affected by Body Mass Index (BMI)?: The WAVES pilot study. International Journal of Obesity, in press.
Sanghera S, Frew E, Kai J, Gupta J, Roberts T. 2013. An Assessment of Economic Measures used in Menorrhagia: A Systematic Review. Social Science & Medicine, 98, pp. 162-168.
Goodwin E and Frew E. 2013. How useful is programme budgeting and marginal analysis (PBMA)?: A reflection from an English Primary Care Trust (PCT). Social Science & Medicine, 98, pp. 149-153.
Mistry H, Oppong R and Frew E. 2013. Health Economics website (HEe): a tool to enhance health economics teaching in the United Kingdom. Journal of Economics Education, in press.
Oppong R, Mistry H and Frew E. 2013. Health economics education in undergraduate medical training: introducing the health economics education (HEe) website. Medical Education, 13; pp. 126.
Edward Day, Copello Alex, Jennifer L Seddon, Marilyn Christie, Deborah Bamber, Charlotte Powell, Sanju George, Andrew Ball, Emma Frew and Nicholas Freemantle. 2013. Pilot Study of A Social Network Intervention For Heroin Users In Opiate Substitution Treatment: Study Protocol. Trials, 14: pp. 264
Kaambwa, B., Frew, E., 2013. Health economics in the UK: Capacity, constraints and comparisons to US health economists. International Review of Economics Education, 12, pp. 1-13.