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My background is a mix of medicine, psychology, sociology and health policy. I started my PenCLAHRC-funded PhD project in 2012 exploring expert elicitation in health technology assessment.
In 2015 I became part of the Exeter Test Group, where I was involved in a couple of systematic reviews looking at test accuracy, the most prominent of which was a Cochrane review of tests for screening for hearing loss in children about to start school. I have just started work on a new project evaluating cancer diagnostic tools that support decision-making in primary care.
I am also still interested in the methodology of expert elicitation and intend to publish several papers, either resulting from my PhD, or as part of collaborations with other researchers.
University of Exeter
Areas of expertise
Health Technology Assessment
18 October 2017
The Dartington Service Design Lab is entering into a strategic
collaboration with PenCHORD (the Peninsula Collaboration...
02 October 2017
Following his recent appointment as Associate Dean for Research for
Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of...
29 September 2017
Many congratulations to Sebastian Rachuba, who was awarded the
Steve Gallivan prize at the EURO Working...
Theme: Evidence for Policy and Practice
This evaluation (EmMA) provides an independent and qualitative
review of the first iteration of the...
Theme: Mental Health & Dementia
Systematic review evaluating the effectiveness and
cost-effectiveness of interventions aimed at improving the mental