John E Brazier
John E Brazier
Professor of Health Economics, School of Health and Related Research, The University of Sheffield
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Validating the SF-36 health survey questionnaire: new outcome measure for primary care.
JE Brazier, R Harper, NM Jones, A O'Cathain, KJ Thomas, T Usherwood, ...
British medical journal 305 (6846), 160-164, 1992
The estimation of a preference-based measure of health from the SF-36
J Brazier, J Roberts, M Deverill
Journal of health economics 21 (2), 271-292, 2002
Cross-validation of item selection and scoring for the SF-12 Health Survey in nine countries: results from the IQOLA Project
B Gandek, JE Ware, NK Aaronson, G Apolone, JB Bjorner, JE Brazier, ...
Journal of clinical epidemiology 51 (11), 1171-1178, 1998
Health, health-related quality of life, and quality of life: what is the difference?
M Karimi, J Brazier
Pharmacoeconomics 34, 645-649, 2016
Measuring and valuing health benefits for economic evaluation
J Brazier, J Ratcliffe, J Saloman, A Tsuchiya
OXFORD university press, 2017
Comparison of the minimally important difference for two health state utility measures: EQ-5D and SF-6D
SJ Walters, JE Brazier
Quality of life research 14, 1523-1532, 2005
The estimation of a preference-based measure of health from the SF-12
JE Brazier, J Roberts
Medical care 42 (9), 851-859, 2004
Testing the validity of the Euroqol and comparing it with the SF-36 health survey questionnaire
J Brazier, N Jones, P Kind
Quality of Life Research 2, 169-180, 1993
A comparison of the EQ‐5D and SF‐6D across seven patient groups
J Brazier, J Roberts, A Tsuchiya, J Busschbach
Health economics 13 (9), 873-884, 2004
The factor structure of the SF-36 Health Survey in 10 countries: Results from the IQOLA Project
JE Ware Jr, M Kosinski, B Gandek, NK Aaronson, G Apolone, P Bech, ...
Journal of clinical epidemiology 51 (11), 1159-1165, 1998
Deriving a preference-based single index from the UK SF-36 Health Survey
J Brazier, T Usherwood, R Harper, K Thomas
Journal of clinical epidemiology 51 (11), 1115-1128, 1998
The equivalence of SF-36 summary health scores estimated using standard and country-specific algorithms in 10 countries: results from the IQOLA project
JE Ware Jr, B Gandek, M Kosinski, NK Aaronson, G Apolone, J Brazier, ...
Journal of clinical epidemiology 51 (11), 1167-1170, 1998
A review of the use of health status measures in economic evaluation
J Brazier, M Deverill, C Green
Journal of health services research & policy 4 (3), 174-184, 1999
Tests of data quality, scaling assumptions, and reliability of the SF-36 in eleven countries: results from the IQOLA Project
B Gandek, JE Ware Jr, NK Aaronson, J Alonso, G Apolone, J Bjorner, ...
Journal of clinical epidemiology 51 (11), 1149-1158, 1998
Probabilistic sensitivity analysis for NICE technology assessment: not an optional extra
K Claxton, M Sculpher, C McCabe, A Briggs, R Akehurst, M Buxton, ...
Health economics 14 (4), 339-347, 2005
Evaluating translations of health status questionnaires: Methods from the IQOLA Project
JE Ware, SD Keller, B Gandek, JE Brazier, M Sullivan, ...
International journal of technology assessment in health care 11 (3), 525-551, 1995
A review of studies mapping (or cross walking) non-preference based measures of health to generic preference-based measures
JE Brazier, Y Yang, A Tsuchiya, DL Rowen
The European journal of health economics 11, 215-225, 2010
A comparison of generic, indirect utility measures (the HUI2, HUI3, SF-6D, and the EQ-5D) and disease-specific instruments (the RAQoL and the HAQ) in rheumatoid arthritis
CA Marra, JC Woolcott, JA Kopec, K Shojania, R Offer, JE Brazier, ...
Social science & medicine 60 (7), 1571-1582, 2005
Using the SF‐36 with older adults: a cross‐sectional community‐based survey
SJ Walters, JF Munro, JE Brazier
Age and ageing 30 (4), 337-343, 2001
What is the relationship between the minimally important difference and health state utility values? The case of the SF-6D
SJ Walters, JE Brazier
Health and quality of life outcomes 1, 1-8, 2003
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