Professor of Health Economics & Director, HERC
- Professor of Health Economics, University of Oxford
- Academic, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health
- Honorary, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
Professor Philip Clarke re-joined HERC in August 2018 after previous appointments at the Universities of Sydney and Melbourne in Australia. He is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA).
His research interests include developing methods to value the benefits of improving access to health care, health inequalities and the use of simulation models in health economic evaluation. Philip has been involved in the development of the UKPDS Outcomes Model, a health economic simulation model for type 2 diabetes.
Development and Use of Prediction Models for Classification of Cardiovascular Risk of Remote Indigenous Australians.
Tran-Duy A. et al, (2019), Heart Lung Circ
Excess burden of mental illness and hospitalization in young-onset type 2 diabetes: A population-based cohort study
Ke C. et al, (2019), Annals of Internal Medicine, 170, 145 - 154
Modelling the impact of multiple sclerosis on life expectancy, quality-adjusted life years and total lifetime costs: Evidence from Australia
Palmer AJ. et al, (2019), Multiple Sclerosis Journal
Health system costs for individual and comorbid noncommunicable diseases: An analysis of publicly funded health events from New Zealand.
Blakely T. et al, (2019), PLoS Med, 16
Accuracy of patient recall for self-reported doctor visits: Is shorter recall better?
Dalziel K. et al, (2018), Health Econ, 27, 1684 - 1698