• EQUIPT work published in the Addiction

    How transferable are economic models in tobacco cessation? EQUIPT colleagues have published a paper in the Addiction, a leading international journal. The paper entitled, “Model-based economic evaluations in smoking cessation and their transferability to new contexts: a systematic review”, is an
  • EQUIPT study findings now available to download

    All deliverables from the EQUIPT Study are now available to download. Further analyses are being pursued as scientific articles in peer reviewed journals. Please visit our dedicated page here.
  • Final Project Conference

    EQUIPT Final Project Conference – 27 September 2016 – Save the Date!

    It’s finally here! Follow this link for more information: EQUIPT Final Project Conference Details The full conference report is available here.
  • Spanish study from EQUIPT published in Gaceta Sanitaria

    A study conducted to identify the stakeholders’ need for evidence in Spain with a view to providing them with bespoke information about the economic and wider returns that investing in evidence-based tobacco control could generate has now been published in
  • EQUIPT wins the ENSP Award for Outstanding European Health Research

    At the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention Conference held from 5th to 7th April 2016 in Brussels, the Outstanding European Health Research Award was presented to EQUIPT. This award is given to projects which have shown an extraordinary
  • EQUIPT work published in Health Policy journal

    How likely are stakeholders to use economic evaluations of tobacco control interventions in their decision making? Using the I-Change framework, 93 stakeholders from five European member states (Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK) were interviewed to seek an
  • EQUIPT team prepare for second round of stakeholder engagement

    As part of the EQUIPT research design, researchers are engaging stakeholders again in June/July 2015 with dual aim of testing usability of the EQUIPT ROI Tool interface and piloting the tool for its workings and underlying assumptions. The methodology involves
  • EQUIPT hosts a new MSc research placement

    Marrit Berg, working towards an MSc in Health Sciences at Maastricht University, joined Health Economics Research Group (HERG) at Brunel University in April 2015 to conduct a research placement under the joint supervision of EQUIPT partners in Brunel (Dr Pokhrel)
  • Summary draft results from EQUIPT WP1 stakeholder interviews and other work

    The first round of data analysis of the baseline stakeholder survey and other work are now complete. A number of interesting findings have emerged. Applying the Integrated Change Model [I-Change Model], EQUIPT researchers were able to identify factors that determined
  • EQUIPT contributes to RAHEE

    Dr Subhash Pokhrel, the EQUIPT Project Coordinator, was invited to contribute to a report by Research Agenda for Health Economic Evaluation (RAHEE) project. Within the framework of the work plan of the 2011 Health Programme, the European Commission (EC) has