Martin Hensher
Martin Hensher
Menzies Institute for Medical Research, University of Tasmania
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The hospital of the future: better out than in? Alternatives to acute hospital care
M Hensher, N Fulop, J Coast, E Jefferys
BMJ: British Medical Journal 319 (7217), 1127, 1999
The hospital of the future: international trends in the provision and utilisation of hospital care
M Hensher, N Edwards, R Stokes
BMJ: British Medical Journal 319 (7213), 845, 1999
Referral hospitals
M Hensher, M Price, S Adomakoh
Disease control priorities in developing countries 66, 1229-12, 2006
Does hospital-at-home make economic sense? Early discharge versus standard care for orthopaedic patients
M Hensher, N Fulop, S Hood, S Ujah
Journal of the royal Society of Medicine 89 (10), 548-551, 1996
What are the support experiences and needs of patients who have received bariatric surgery?
M Sharman, M Hensher, S Wilkinson, D Williams, A Palmer, A Venn, ...
Health Expectations 20 (1), 35-46, 2017
The hospital of the future: Hospital provision, activity, and productivity in England since the 1980s
M Hensher, N Edwards
BMJ: British Medical Journal 319 (7214), 911, 1999
Conceptual and practical difficulties with the economic evaluation of health services developments
J Coast, M Hensher, JA Mulligan, S Shepperd, J Jones
Journal of health services research & policy 5 (1), 42-48, 2000
Financing blood transfusion services in sub-Saharan Africa: a role for user fees?
M Hensher, E Jefferys
Health Policy and Planning 15 (3), 287-295, 2000
Managing demand for secondary care services: the changing context
N Edwards, M Hensher
BMJ 317 (7151), 135-138, 1998
Financing health systems through efficiency gains
M Hensher
Commission on Macroeconomics and Health Working Paper Series WG3 2, 2001
Covid-19, unemployment, and health: time for deeper solutions?
M Hensher
bmj 371, 2020
The cost of home-based terminal care for people with AIDS in South Africa
L Uys, M Hensher
South African Medical Journal 92 (8), 624-628, 2002
“Too much medicine”: Insights and explanations from economic theory and research
M Hensher, J Tisdell, C Zimitat
Social Science & Medicine 176, 77-84, 2017
Lessons for health strategies in Europe: the evaluation of a national health strategy in England
N Fulop, J Elston, M Hensher, M McKee, R Walters
The European Journal of Public Health 10 (1), 11-17, 2000
The influence of health needs assessment on health care decision-making in London health authorities
M Hensher, N Fulop
Journal of health services research & policy 4 (2), 90-95, 1999
Incorporating environmental impacts into the economic evaluation of health care systems: Perspectives from ecological economics
M Hensher
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 154, 104623, 2020
Diverse approaches to the health economic evaluation of bariatric surgery: a comprehensive systematic review
JA Campbell, A Venn, A Neil, M Hensher, M Sharman, AJ Palmer
Obesity Reviews 17 (9), 850-894, 2016
Changing hospital systems
N Edwards, M Hensher, U Werneke
Critical challenges for health care reform in Europe, 236-260, 1998
The support needs of patients waiting for publicly funded bariatric surgery–implications for health service planners
MJ Sharman, AJ Venn, KA Jose, D Williams, M Hensher, AJ Palmer, ...
Clinical obesity 7 (1), 46-53, 2017
An exploratory study of long-term publicly waitlisted bariatric surgery patients’ quality of life before and 1 year after bariatric surgery, and considerations for healthcare …
JA Campbell, M Hensher, A Neil, A Venn, S Wilkinson, AJ Palmer
PharmacoEconomics-open 2 (1), 63-76, 2018
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