I’m a Principal Economist at The Office of Health Economics. Also blogging at The Academic Health Economists’ Blog. You can download my CV here.
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:
- Developing EQ-5D-5L bolt-ons, for vision, cognition, and hearing. This is a collection of EuroQol-funded studies including qualitative research and psychometric testing. Visit our website at https://bolt-ons.info
- SMaRteN. A UK Research and Innovation funded project to develop a research network for student mental health. Researchers and other stakeholders can join.
You can find them all on Google Scholar, or all those other websites.
For open access versions, try ResearchGate.
If you can’t find an open access version of an article, and you need a copy for your own research, email me and I’ll be happy to share it.
For all of my HESG papers, try the HESG archive. For all of my ISPOR presentations, try the ISPOR presentations database.
Some of my presentations end up on YouTube. Check this playlist.
Otherwise, you can find some of my slides and posters at places like ResearchGate, figshare, or SlideShare. If you’re looking for something in particular and can’t find it, email me.