- Arthritis Research UK Foundation Fellowship award (2011)
- PhD. Health Economics University of East Anglia (Jan 2008 – August 2011)
- MRC PhD Studentship University of East Anglia (2007-2011)
- MSc. Health Economics University of York (2002)
- BSc Occupational Therapy, University of East Anglia 2 (i) (1999)
- Diploma. Health Sciences, University of East Anglia (2007)
- Member of the UK Health Economics Study Group (HESG)
Direct health costs of inflammatory polyarthritis 10 years after disease onset: Results from the Norfolk Arthritis Register,
in Journal of Rheumatology
pp. 794-798Full Text UEA Repository
Hospital Procurement with Concentrated Sellers: A Case Study of Hip Prostheses,UEA Repository
Just Two Manufacturers Control Most of Hip Prostheses Supply to UK's NHS - Dominant Suppliers Have 69% of the Market, Doctors Note,
in Medical Plastics News
pp. 33UEA Repository
The "Hazards" of Extrapolating Survival Curves,
in Medical Decision Making
pp. 369-380Full Text UEA Repository
Public Procurement and Market Structure in the Medical Devices Industry,UEA Repository
What determines prostheses choice in the NHS: An analysis of data from the National Joint Registry,UEA Repository
Can choices between alternative hip prostheses be evidence based? a review of the economic evaluation literature,
in Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation
pp. 1-10Full Text UEA Repository
Can Choices Between Alternative Hip Protheses be Evidnece Based? A Review of the Economic Evaluation Literature,UEA Repository
Extrapolation of parametric survival curves: a case-study evaluation using updated data.,UEA Repository
Which prostheses are cost-effective?,
in The Knee
pp. 419-419Full Text UEA Repository
Key Research Interests
My research interests include, performance, regulation and competition in the medical devices industry, and methods of extrapolation of survival curves for economic evaluation.
Arthritis Research UK Foundation Fellowship award (2011- 2014)
"Performance, regulation and competition in medical devices: a case-study on hip prostheses"
Sponsor: Dr Garry Barton (UEA), Advisors: Professor Bruce Lyons (UEA), Professor Andrew Street (University of York)
Action Arthritis (2008-2010)
"The short-term costs and outcomes of total hip and knee replacement surgery"
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Charlotte Davies, Mr Simon Donell, Professor Miranda Mugford, Professor Alex MacGregor, Dr Paula Lorgelly
MRC PhD Studentship University of East Anglia (2007-2011)
"3 essays on the economics of the alternative prostheses used in primary total hip replacement surgery"
Charlotte Davies, Professor Ruth Hancock, Professor Miranda Mugford, Professor Alex MacGregor, Dr Paula Lorgelly
- Quantitative Methods
- Markets for Health Care
- MSc in Health Economics, The Market for Health Care I and Health Systems - an NHS perspective
- Academic Advisor to MSc Health Economics students.
- Graduate teaching assistant - Department of Economics, University of East Anglia, Modules 2011 (BA Economics): Introductory Microeconomics & Quantitative Methods.