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Research Biography

I am an early career Research Associate working in the health economics research group in the College of Medicine and Public Health. The current focus of my work is the use of linked administrative hospital data in the evaluation of hospital services. I was recently involved in the economic evaluation of the Medical Ambulatory Care Service (MACS), a SALHN program based at Noarlunga, which provides out of hospital patient care, for patients that require urgent attention, but which can be safely administered in the ambulatory environment. I also recently worked on an External review of the My Home Hospital (MyHH) service, a Wellbeing SA service, which provides the equivalent of in-patient acute hospital care in a patient's own home.

I have also been involved in the construction, validation and calibration of an individual-based state-transition microsimulation model, which predicts the progression of frailty and frailty-related events in older Australians and aims to enabling the economic evaluation of interventions to prevent or better manage frailty in community dwelling older people in Australia.

I am also currently completing a PhD investigating the comparative analyses of hospital services using linked routinely collected clinical data, with a specific focus on the use of modern causal inference methods for balancing differences in cohorts between hospitals.

Research Interests

My research interests are in comparative hospital services, economic evaluations, and statistical methods.

Education/Academic qualification

Graduate Certificate, Health Economics, University of Adelaide

Award Date: 31 Jul 2015

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of Adelaide

Award Date: 9 Mar 2012

Bachelor (Honours), Economics, University of Adelaide

Award Date: 19 Dec 2002

Bachelor, Accounting, Flinders University

Award Date: 22 Apr 1999

Diploma, Licentiate in Music, Trinity College, London

Award Date: 1 May 1996

Diploma, Licentiate in Music Performance, Australian Music Examinations Board

Award Date: 1 May 1995

Bachelor, Music Performance, University of Adelaide

Award Date: 2 May 1990


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