As part of the global fight against cancer, RAND Europe has led and collaborated on a number of studies exploring the impact of cancer research, the quality of care for cancer patients and the future outlook of different forms of cancer. Our findings and recommendations help inform future research, treatments and ultimately, care for cancer patients.
RAND Europe Research
Through objective analysis and research RAND Europe strives to provide effective solutions and informed choices to policy and decision-makers. Our international expertise complements the multidisciplinary nature of our research teams.
By establishing new angles of enquiry and, in some cases, new methodologies for research, RAND Europe brings fresh approaches and adds valuable contributions to traditional as well as new RAND research areas. Along with its work for Brussels-based organisations such as the European Commission, specific areas of policy research for RAND Europe include:
RAND Europe analysis of the economic benefits arising from a sample of projects funded through the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Health Technology Assessment programme, and case studies exploring these impacts in more detail.
The impact of the NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme, 2003–13: a multi-method evaluationSeptember 1, 2015
We assessed the impact of the National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment programme on academic research, health policy, clinical practice, patient health and economic outcomes, and made recommendations for the future.
Privacy vs security? Europeans' preferences on transport security and surveillance measuresAugust 20, 2015
RAND Europe has collected evidence from one of the largest-ever surveys of citizens' views across Europe on security, surveillance and privacy issues in three scenarios: train travel (described here), internet use, and storage of health records.