Rehill, Amritpal

Mr Amritpal Rehill  


Position held

Research Officer


Research Officer


Experience keywords:

cost of illness studies; dementia; econometrics; economic evaluation; older people; quantitative analysis; statistics; unpaid care

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Research interests predominantly fall within looking at the economic impact of dementia and the cost-effectiveness of interventions for people with dementia and their carers. I have primarily contributed to projects through quantitative analyses of individual level data. Topics of interest include valuation of unpaid carer time and differences between outcome measures.

Sectors and industries to which research relates:

Healthcare; Policy and Regulatory Bodies


Punjabi [Spoken: Fluent, Written: ]; Spanish [Spoken: Basic, Written: Basic]

Contact Points

LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7955 4665



Brimblecombe, Nicola and Fernández, José-Luis and Knapp, Martin and Rehill, Amritpal and Wittenberg, Raphael (2018) Review of the international evidence on support for unpaid carers Journal of Long-term Care.

Brooker, Dawn and Evans, Simon and Evans, Shirley and Bray, Jennifer and Saibene, Francesca Lea and Scorolli, Claudia and Szcześniak, Dorota and D'Arma, Alessia and Urbańska, Katarzyna and Atkinson, Teresa and Farina, Elisabetta and Rymaszewska, Joanna and Chattat, Rabih and Henderson, Cate and Rehill, Amritpal and Hendriks, Iris and Meiland, Franka and Dröes, Rose-Marie (2018) Evaluation of the implementation of the Meeting Centres Support Program in Italy, Poland and the UK; exploration of the effects on people with dementia International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 33 (7). 883-892. ISSN 0885-6230


Spector, Aimee and Charlesworth, Georgina and King, Michael and Sadek, Susan and Marston, Louise and Rehill, Amritpal and Hoe, Juanita and Qazi, Afifa and Knapp, Martin and Orell, Martin (2015) Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT) for anxiety in dementia: a pilot randomised controlled trial British Journal of Psychiatry, 206 (6). 509-516. ISSN 0007-1250

Knapp, Martin and Barlow, James and Comas-Herrera, Adelina and Damant, Jacqueline and Freddolino, Paul P. and Hamblin, Kate and Hu, Bo and Lorenz, Klara and Perkins, Margaret and Rehill, Amritpal and Wittenberg, Raphael and Woolham, John (2015) The case for investment in technology to manage the global costs of dementia Policy Innovation Research Unit, London, UK.

D'Amico, Francesco and Rehill, Amritpal and Knapp, Martin and Aguirre, Elisa and Donovan, Helen and Hoare, Zoë and Hoe, Juanita and Russell, Ian and Spector, Aimee and Streater, Amy and Whitaker, Christopher and Woods, Robert T and Orrell, Martin (2015) Maintenance cognitive stimulation therapy: an economic evaluation within a randomised controlled trial Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 16 (1). 63-70. ISSN 1525-8610


Knapp, Martin and Black, Nick and Dixon, Josie and Damant, Jacqueline and Rehill, Amritpal and Tan, Stefanie (2014) Independent assessment of improvements in dementia care and support since 2009 PIRU publications, Policy Innovation Research Unit (PIRU), NIHR School for Social Care Research, London, UK.

Prince, Martin and Knapp, Martin and Guerchet, M. and McCrone, Paul and Prina, M. and Comas-Herrera, Adelina and Wittenberg, Raphael and Adelaja, Bayo and Hu, B. and King, Derek and Rehill, Amritpal and Salimkumar, D. (2014) Dementia UK: second edition - overview Alzheimer’s Society, London, UK.

Knapp, Martin and Comas-Herrera, Adelina and Wittenberg, Raphael and Hu, Bo and King, Derek and Rehill, Amritpal and Adelaja, Bayo (2014) Scenarios of dementia care: what are the impacts on cost and quality of life? PSSRU discussion paper, Personal Social Services Research Unit, London, UK.


Rehill, Amritpal and King, Derek and Knapp, Martin (2012) The state of adult social care research: findings from an online survey Research Policy and Planning, 29 (2). 115-134. ISSN 0264-519X

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