Amritpal Rehill

Research Officer

a.s.rehill@lse.ac.uk
020 7955 4665

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Research Interests

Amritpal has been working at the Personal Social Services Research Unit at the London School of Economics since 2010. His work has primarily centred on the economic impacts of dementia, for both individuals with dementia and their carers. He has worked on a number of economic evaluations for randomised controlled trials, contributing to the quantitative analysis and costing of service receipt data. He has also performed analyses for dementia related Cost-of-Illness studies, aiming to estimate the costs of dementia for the UK. Amritpal is currently working with other colleagues within the unit on the four year MODEM project, which involves modelling costs and outcomes for people with dementia and their carers. He is contributing to the project by performing quantitative analyses, using individual level data collected from a number of different dementia trials to inform the modelling component within the project.

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Amritpal Rehill's Publications

Journal Articles

Journal Article

Support at Home: Interventions to Enhance Life in Dementia (SHIELD) – evidence, development and evaluation of complex interventions (2017)

Orrell M, Hoe J, Charlesworth G, Russell I, Challis D, Moniz-Cook E, Knapp M, Woods R, Hoare Z, Aguirre E, Toot S, Streater A, Crellin N, Whitaker C, D'Amico F, Rehill A

Programme Grants for Applied Research 5, 5

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Cost-effectiveness of exercise as a therapy for behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia within the EVIDEM-E randomised controlled trial (2015)

D'Amico F, Rehill A, Knapp M, Lowery D, Cerga-Pashoja A, Griffin M, Iliffe S, Warner J

International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 31, 6, 656-665

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Journal Article

Cognitive-behavioural therapy for anxiety in dementia: pilot randomised controlled trial (2015)

Spector A, Charlesworth G, King M, Lattimer M, Sadek S, Marston L, Rehill A, Hoe J, Qazi A, Knapp M, Orrell M

British Journal of Psychiatry 206, 6, 509-516

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Journal Article

Maintenance cognitive stimulation therapy: an economic evaluation within a randomised controlled trial (2015)

D'Amico F, Rehill A, Knapp M, Aguirre E, Donovan H, Hoare Z, Hoe J, Russell I, Spector A, Streater A, Whitaker C, Woods R, Orrell M

Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 16, 1, 63-70

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The state of adult social care research: findings from an online survey (2012)

Rehill A, King D, Knapp M

Research, Policy and Planning 29, 2, 115-134

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Reports

Report

The case for investment in technology to manage the global costs of dementia (2015)

Knapp M, Barlow J, Comas-Herrera A, Damant J, Freddolino P, Hamblin K, Hu B, Lorenz K, Perkins M, Rehill A, Wittenberg R, Woolham J

Policy Innovation Research Unit

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Independent assessment of improvements in dementia care and support since 2009 (2015)

Knapp M, Black N, Dixon J, Damant J, Rehill A, Tan S

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Dementia UK: The Second Edition (2014)

Prince M, Knapp M, Guerchet M, McCrone P, Prina M, Comas-Herrera A, Wittenberg R, Adelaja B, Hu B, King D, Rehill A, Salimkumar D

Alzheimer's Society

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Scenarios of dementia care: what are the impacts on cost and quality of life? (2014)

Knapp M, Comas-Herrera A, Wittenberg R, Hu B, King D, Rehill A, Adelaja B

Personal Social Services Research Unit

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DP or working papers

DP or working paper

Unpaid Care in England: Future Patterns and Potential Support Strategies (2016)

Brimblecombe N, Fernandez JL, Knapp M, Rehill A, Wittenberg R

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