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PHR - 12/3070/13

Assessing the impact and cost-effectiveness of needle/syringe provision on hepatitis C transmission among people who inject drugs: an analysis of pooled datasets and economic modelling

Project title: Assessing the impact and cost-effectiveness of needle/syringe provision on hepatitis C transmission among people who inject drugs: an analysis of pooled datasets and economic modelling

Call to action: 12/3070 12/3070 Studies using pre-existing data

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Lucy PlattORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-0943-0045

Lead Author: Dr Lucy Platt

Contractor: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Cost: £319,147.55

Co-investigators: Dr Fortune NCube, Dr Lorna Guinness, Dr Noel Craine, Dr Peter Vickerman, Dr Vivian Hope, Miss Josie Smith, Ms Jenny Iversen, Professor Avril Taylor, Professor John Parry, Professor Lisa Maher, Professor Matthew Hickman, Professor Sharon Hutchinson.

Started: October 2013 | Status: Published October 2017

Assessing the impact and cost-effectiveness of needle and syringe provision and opioid substitution therapy on hepatitis C transmission among people who inject drugs in the UK: an analysis of pooled data sets and economic modelling

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