Prof. Dyfrig Hughes
Centre for Health Economics & Medicines
Telephone +44 (0) 24 8 38 2950
Dyfrig is Professor of Pharmacoeconomics (personal chair, 2010) and co-director of the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation at Bangor University. He is also academic lead for Pharmacy and Medicines Management at the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. Having registered as a pharmacist and researched in pharmacology, he was subsequently awarded an NHS fellowship in health economics. His main research activities, which have led to over 90 publications, concern pharmaceutical economics and policy, health technology assessment and medication adherence. Dyfrig was a member of NICE’s technology appraisal committee (2006-9), deputy health economist for the All Wales Medicines Strategy Group (2003-9) and founding president of the European Society for Patient Adherence, Compliance and Persistence. He is currently a member of the Health Technology Assessment Clinical Evaluation and Trials Board and is an editorial board member of the journals PharmacoEconomics, and Pharmacoepidemiology & Drug Safety. Dyfrig was elected fellow of: The Learned Society of Wales (2013), The British Pharmacological Society (2013), and the Faculty of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (2014).
Patient preferences for the subcutaneous route of medication administration: Findings from a systematic review.
Co-authors are: Colin H. Ridyard PhD, Dalia M. M. Dawoud PhD and Lorna Tuersley PhD MRPharmS
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