BSc, MSc, PhD
Senior Researcher in Health Economics
I am a senior researcher in health economics. I have responsibility to bring health economic research related to the broad fields of primary care, by collaborating with the Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) at Oxford.
My research interests relate to applied economic evaluation of health care interventions alongside clinical trials and beyond. A separate stream of my research interests focuses on measuring, valuing and modelling health care outcomes and well-being. Also, I am interested in economics in related to public health.
I am a member of the UK Health Economists’ Study group, the EuroQol group, the International Health Economics Association, and the International Society of Quality of Life Research.
Early Economic Evaluation of Diagnostic Technologies: Experiences of the NIHR Diagnostic Evidence Co-operatives
ABEL L. and YANG Y., (2019), Medical Decision Making
Walker N. et al, (2018), BMC health services research, 18, 182 - 182
Review and critical appraisal of studies mapping from quality of life or clinical measures to EQ-5D: an online database and application of the MAPS statement
Dakin HA. et al, (2018), Health and Quality of Life Outcomes
Jones NR. et al, (2017), British Journal of General Practice
Powell J. et al, (2017), DIGITAL HEALTH, 3, 205520761770227 - 205520761770227