Based within the UQ School of Population Health until its disestablishment in 2013, the Centre for Burden of Disease and Cost-Effectiveness (BoDCE) was known as a world-leading institution for research and training in population health measurement ("burden of disease") and economic evaluation ("cost-effectiveness"). The Centre's research is still available through the links below.

 

For further information, please contact Lennert Veerman or Jan Barendregt.

 

Centre for Burden of Disease and Cost-effectiveness section

ACE Prevention

Findings from the ACE Prevention project

ACE Prevention final report

Read the project's final report

ACE Prevention methods

Methods used on the ACE Prevention project

ACE Prevention presentation

Presentations on the project's findings

ACE Prevention results

Full list of results from the ACE Prevention project

BoDCE major research projects

Most research is in burden of disease and injury, and cost-effectiveness

BoDCE major reports

Research reports of the Centre for Burden of Disease and Cost-Effectiveness

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