Chris Sampson

I’m a Senior Economist at The Office of Health Economics. Also blogging at The Academic Health Economists’ Blog.

Mostly, I work on research relating to the methods and application of cost-effectiveness analysis and the measurement of health-related quality of life.

Projects I’m currently working on include:

  • SMaRteN. A UK Research and Innovation funded project to develop a research network for student mental health. Researchers and other stakeholders can join.
  • Developing vision and cognition bolt-ons for the EQ-5D-5L. EuroQol-funded study including qualitative research and psychometric testing. Follow us on ResearchGate.
  • Drop Dead. EuroQol-funded project exploring the validity of using ‘dead’ as an anchor in health state valuation. Get updates via ResearchGate.
  • Sleepio evaluation. Testing whether access to an app for sleep problems can reduce health care utilisation. Follow the project on ResearchGate.
  • ISDR. Individualised Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy. Costs, outcomes, and model-based economic evaluation in the context of risk-based screening for diabetic eye disease.
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