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Analysis of large datasets
Extrapolation of event rates
Estimation of treatment effects
Estimating resource use
Evidence synthesis and decision modelling
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STIs and HIV
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European Commission’s Horizon 2020 scheme funds evaluation of ‘Omics’ screen to discriminate between bacterial and viral infection (
NIHR funds work to evaluate alternatives strategies for mainting the supply of blood to the NHS (
presented at Vancouver Health Economics Methodology (VanHEM) meeting 2017. Slides
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Research Fellow in Health Economics
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UK Causal Inference meeting 2017
short-course on missing data methods for trial-based CEA
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38th Annual North-American Medical Decision Making meeting
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Recent THETA publications
Designing a brief behaviour change intervention to reduce sexually transmitted infections: a discrete choice experiment.
Current detection rates and time-to-detection of all identifiable<i>BRCA</i>carriers in the Greater London population.
Estimating a WTP-based value of a QALY: The 'chained' approach
Missing data in trial-based cost-effectiveness analysis: An incomplete journey.
The use of intensive radiological assessments in routine surveillance after treatment for head and neck cancer: An economic evaluation.
Cost of Tuberculosis Diagnosis and Treatment in Patients with HIV: A Systematic Literature Review
METHODS FOR COVARIATE ADJUSTMENT IN COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS THAT USE CLUSTER RANDOMISED TRIALS.
Two-stage nonparametric bootstrap sampling with shrinkage correction for clustered data
Economic burden of HIV and TB/HIV coinfection in a middle-income country: a costing analysis alongside a pragmatic clinical trial in Brazil.
The economic burden of tuberculosis and latent tuberculosis in people living with HIV in Brazil: a cost study from the patient perspective.