Oliver Rivero-Arias MSc, DPhil
- Multinational Cost-effectiveness Clinical Trials
- Missing Data Analysis
- Mapping between quality of life measures
- Ramos-Goni Juan M, Rivero-Arias Oliver, Errea Maria, Stolk Elly A, Herdman Michael, and Cabases Juan M (2013) Dealing with the health state 'dead' when using discrete choice experiments to obtain values for EQ-5D-5L heath states. Eur J Health Econ, 14 Suppl 1:33-42.
- Ramos-Goñi J, Rivero-Arias O, and Dakin H (2013) Response mapping to translate health outcomes into the generic health-related quality of life instrument EQ-5D: Introducing the mrs2eq and oks2eq commands. Stata Journal, 13(3):474-491.
- Rivero-Arias Oliver, Jowett Sue, and de Weerd Marjolein (2013) Basic Principles of Economic Evaluation of Occupational Health and Safety Interventions In: Current Topics in Occupational Epidemiology, ed. by Katherine Venables. Oxford University Press, Oxford, chap. 18, pp. 237-251. (ISBN: 978-0-19-968390-1).
- Fenn P, Gray A, Rickman N, Rivero-Arias O, and Vencappa D (2012) The Impact of Risk Management Standards on Patient Safety: The Determinants of MRSA Infections in Acute NHS Hospitals, 2001-2008 Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0084.2012.00694.x.
- Luengo-Fernandez R, Hernandez-Quesada C, and Rivero-Arias O (2011) Economic evaluation of healthcare technologies: an introduction for physicians. Rev Neurol, 53(2):107-115.
Oliver Rivero-Arias is the Senior Health Economist at the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) having previously held appointments at the Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) during the period 2002-2013 where he remains a Research Associate.
Oliver's main research interest concerns dealing with missing data in cost-effectiveness analysis, the economic implications of cost-effectiveness analysis alongside multinational clinical trials, the development of algorithms to map available data into quality of life measures, and the valuation of health for decision-making. He will be translating his experience in these areas into child and maternal health at the NPEU over the next years. He is actively involved in teaching and postgraduate supervision, and is an associate editor of BMC Medical Research Methodology.