Investigating healthcare resource utilisation and cost-effectiveness of a new intervention for combined sensory and cognitive impairment.

The five year SENSE-Cog project, led by the University of Manchester, has been funded with €6.5m from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 research programme. The project aims to investigate this combined impact and develop new tools that could improve quality of life and optimise health and social care budgets across Europe. 

Project members

Contact and investigator

Professor Brenda Gannon

Professor
Centre for the Business and Economics of Health