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Marisa Miraldo
Marisa Miraldo
Business School, Imperial College London
E-mail megerősítve itt: imperial.ac.uk - Kezdőlap
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An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research
British Medical Journal 352, 2016
401*2016
Unicondylar knee arthroplasty in the UK National Health Service: an analysis of candidacy, outcome and cost efficacy
CA Willis-Owen, K Brust, H Alsop, M Miraldo, JP Cobb
The Knee 16 (6), 473-478, 2009
3262009
Adapting hospital capacity to meet changing demands during the COVID-19 pandemic
R McCabe, N Schmit, P Christen, JC D’Aeth, A Løchen, D Rizmie, ...
BMC medicine 18, 1-12, 2020
2202020
Effects of reference pricing in pharmaceutical markets: a review
MM Galizzi, S Ghislandi, M Miraldo
Pharmacoeconomics 29, 17-33, 2011
1152011
An evaluation of the COVID-19 pandemic and perceived social distancing policies in relation to planning, selecting, and preparing healthy meals: an observational study in 38 …
C De Backer, L Teunissen, I Cuykx, P Decorte, S Pabian, S Gerritsen, ...
Frontiers in nutrition 7, 621726, 2021
912021
Impacts of introducing and lifting nonpharmaceutical interventions on COVID-19 daily growth rate and compliance in the United States
S Singh, M Shaikh, K Hauck, M Miraldo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (12), e2021359118, 2021
852021
Reference pricing and firms’ pricing strategies
M Miraldo
Journal of Health Economics 28 (1), 176-197, 2009
812009
Exploring the responsiveness of public and private hospitals in Lagos, Nigeria
T Adesanya, O Gbolahan, O Ghannam, M Miraldo, B Patel, R Verma, ...
Journal of public health research 1 (1), jphr. 2012. e2, 2012
782012
Socio-psychological factors driving adult vaccination: a qualitative study
A Wheelock, A Parand, B Rigole, A Thomson, M Miraldo, C Vincent, ...
PLoS One 9 (12), e113503, 2014
722014
Who is more likely to use doctor-rating websites, and why? A cross-sectional study in London
MM Galizzi, M Miraldo, C Stavropoulou, M Desai, W Jayatunga, M Joshi, ...
BMJ open 2 (6), e001493, 2012
712012
The impact of the consumer and neighbourhood food environment on dietary intake and obesity-related outcomes: A systematic review of causal impact studies
P Atanasova, D Kusuma, E Pineda, G Frost, F Sassi, M Miraldo
Social science & medicine 299, 114879, 2022
572022
Low uptake of COVID-19 prevention behaviours and high socioeconomic impact of lockdown measures in South Asia: Evidence from a large-scale multi-country surveillance programme
D Kusuma, R Pradeepa, KI Khawaja, M Hasan, S Siddiqui, S Mahmood, ...
SSM-Population Health 13, 100751, 2021
562021
Are English treatment centres treating less complex patients?
A Street, P Sivey, A Mason, M Miraldo, L Siciliani
Health policy 94 (2), 150-157, 2010
512010
In sickness but not in wealth: field evidence on patients’ risk preferences in financial and health domains
MM Galizzi, M Miraldo, C Stavropoulou
Medical Decision Making 36 (4), 503-517, 2016
492016
Doctor–patient differences in risk and time preferences: A field experiment
MM Galizzi, M Miraldo, C Stavropoulou, M Van Der Pol
Journal of Health Economics 50, 171-182, 2016
482016
The future of the sweetened beverages tax in Portugal
F Goiana-da-Silva, D Cruz-e-Silva, MJ Gregório, M Miraldo, A Darzi, ...
The Lancet Public Health 3 (12), e562, 2018
442018
Are you what you eat? Healthy behaviour and risk preferences
MM Galizzi, M Miraldo
The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 17 (1), 2017
44*2017
Projected impact of the Portuguese sugar-sweetened beverage tax on obesity incidence across different age groups: A modelling study
F Goiana-da-Silva, M Severo, D Cruz e Silva, MJ Gregório, LN Allen, ...
PLoS medicine 17 (3), e1003036, 2020
412020
Giving greater financial independence to hospitals—does it make a difference? The case of English NHS trusts
G Marini, M Miraldo, R Jacobs, M Goddard
Health Economics 17 (6), 751-775, 2008
412008
Using pricing policies to promote public health: the sugar sweetened beverages taxation experience in Portugal
F Goiana-da-Silva, AM Nunes, M Miraldo, A Bento, J Breda, FF Araújo
Acta medica portuguesa 31 (4), 191-195, 2018
39*2018
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