Biography

Jennifer Whitty is an applied health economist with a professional background in pharmacy. She has considerable research leadership and consultancy experience in:

  • Preferences for health care delivery
  • Valuing health outcomes and quality of life
  • Economic evaluation
  • Health services research and evaluation
  • Social values and public engagement
  • Priority setting and decision-making frameworks
  • Health Technology Assessment
  • Pharmacoeconomics
 

Jennifer’s research has a person-centred and multidisciplinary focus. She leads a program of research with a particular focus on evaluating patient and public preferences, choices and values around health outcomes and services. Her research contributes to the development of methods for measuring preferences and valuing quality of life and other outcomes from healthcare, and she is an expert in the application of choice-based stated preference approaches such as the discrete choice experiment. Jennifer is the leading health economics investigator for research projects funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) and National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), including the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Telehealth. She has been awarded funding exceeding AU$9 million as a Chief Investigator or Fellow, approximately AU$10 million as Associate Investigator, and exceeding AU$8 million as a consultant on research grants. She has over 70 peer-reviewed journal publications and is a member of the Editorial Board for the international journals “Medical Decision Making” and “Applied Health Economics and Health Policy”. Jennifer has contributed to health policy development as a member of the National Immunoglobulin Governance Advisory Committee, which is a national advisory body in Australia supporting the effective and efficient governance of immunoglobulin products funded under the national blood arrangements.

Prior to her academic career, Jennifer has diverse experience working in the health system as a pharmacist, in both the United Kingdom and Australia. She has completed a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy, and has promoted the quality use of medicines in clinical and policy settings. Jennifer’s research has retained a focus on the evaluation of health services, models of care, and health technologies including pharmaceuticals. She has worked closely with Government Health Departments and is an experienced evaluator of submissions made by pharmaceutical companies to have their products listed on the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS).

All Publications

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Boyde, M., Rankin, J., Whitty, J. A., Peters, R., Holliday, J., Baker, C., Hwang, R., Lynagh, D., Korczyk, D.

(2018)

Patient Preferences for the Delivery of Cardiac Rehabilitation,

in Patient Education and Counseling

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(E-pub ahead of print)


Kanesarajah, J., Waller, M., Whitty, J., Mishra, G. D.

(2018)

Physical activity and body mass shape quality of life trajectories in mid-age women,

in Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health

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(Article)

(E-pub ahead of print)


Snoswell, C. L., Whitty, J. A., Caffery, L. J., Finnane, A., Soyer, H. P.

(2018)

What do Australian dermatologists expect to be paid for store-and-forward teledermoscopy? A preliminary investigation,

in Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare

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(Article)

(E-pub ahead of print)


Whitty, J. A., Oliveira Gonçalves, A. S.

(2018)

A Systematic Review Comparing the Acceptability, Validity and Concordance of Discrete Choice Experiments and Best–Worst Scaling for Eliciting Preferences in Healthcare,

in The Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research

11

(3)

pp. 301–317

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(Article)

(Published)


Lum, E. P., Page, K., Whitty, J. A., Doust, J., Graves, N.

(2018)

Antibiotic prescribing in primary healthcare: Dominant factors and trade-offs in decision-making,

in Infection, Disease & Health

23

(2)

pp. 74-86

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(Article)

(Published)


Scuffham, P., Krinks, R., Chaulkidou, K., Littlejohns, P., Whitty, J., Wilson, A., Burton, P., Kendall, E.

(2018)

Recommendations from Two Citizens’ Juries on the Surgical Management of Obesity,

in Obesity Surgery

28

(6)

pp. 1745–1752

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(Article)

(Published)


Snoswell, C. L., Caffery, L. J., Whitty, J. A., Soyer, H. P., Gordon, L. G.

(2018)

Cost-effectiveness of Skin Cancer Referral and Consultation Using Teledermoscopy in Australia,

in JAMA Dermatology

154

(6)

pp. 694-700

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(Article)

(Published)


Franklin, D., Babl, F. E., Schlapbach, L. J., Oakley, E., Craig, S., Neutze, J., Furyk, J., Fraser, J. F., Jones, M., Whitty, J. A., Dalziel, S., Schibler, A.

(2018)

A Randomized Trial of High-Flow Oxygen Therapy in Infants with Bronchiolitis,

in New England Journal of Medicine

378

(12)

pp. 1121-1131

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Whitty, J.

(2018)

Health Technology Assessment,

in Equitable Access to High-Cost Pharmaceuticals.

Elsevier Academic Press

ISBN 9780128119457

Full Text

(Chapter (peer-reviewed))

(Published)


Harris, P., Whitty, J. A., Kendall, E., Ratcliffe, J., Wilson, A., Littlejohns, P., Scuffham, P. A.

(2018)

The importance of population differences: Influence of individual characteristics on the Australian public’s preferences for emergency care,

in Health Policy

122

(2)

pp. 115-125

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(Article)

(Published)


Tobiano, G., Bucknall, T., Sladdin, I., Whitty, J. A., Chaboyer, W.

(2018)

Patient participation in nursing bedside handover: a systematic mixed-methods review,

in International Journal of Nursing Studies

77

pp. 243-258

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(Article)

(Published)


Snoswell, C., Smith, A. C., Scuffham, P. A., Whitty, J. A.

(2017)

Economic evaluation strategies in telehealth: obtaining a more holistic valuation of telehealth interventions,

in Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare

23

(9)

pp. 792-796

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(Article)

(Published)


Tobiano, G., Whitty, J. A., Bucknall, T., Chaboyer, W.

(2017)

Nurses’ Perceived Barriers to Bedside Handover and Their Implication for Clinical Practice,

in Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing

14

(5)

pp. 343–349

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(Article)

(Published)


Whitty, J. A., McInnes, E., Bucknall, T., Webster, J., Gillespie, B. M., Banks, M., Thalib, L., Wallis, M., Cumsille, J., Roberts, S., Chaboyer, W.

(2017)

The cost-effectiveness of a patient centred pressure ulcer prevention care bundle: findings from the INTACT cluster randomised trial,

in International Journal of Nursing Studies

75

pp. 35-42

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(Published)


Chaboyer, W., Harbeck, E., Bucknall, T., McInnes, E., Thalib, L., Whitty, J., Wallis, M., Gillespie, B.

(2017)

Initial psychometric testing and validation of the Patient Participation in Pressure Injury Prevention scale,

in Journal of Advanced Nursing

73

(9)

pp. 2237–2247

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(Article)

(Published)


Thomas, R., Sims, R., Degeling, C., Street, J. M., Carter, S. M., Rychetnik, L., Whitty, J. A., Wilson, A., Ward, P., Glasziou, P.

(2017)

CJCheck Stage 1: development and testing of a checklist for reporting community juries – Delphi process and analysis of studies published in 1996–2015,

in Health Expectations

20

(4)

pp. 626–637

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(Article)

(Published)


Whitty, J. A., Spinks, J., Bucknall, T., Tobiano, G., Chaboyer, W.

(2017)

Patient and nurse preferences for implementation of bedside handover: Do they agree? Findings from a discrete choice experiment,

in Health Expectations

20

(4)

pp. 742–750

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(Article)

(Published)


Whitty, J. A., Fraenkel, L., Saigal, C. S., Groothuis-Oudshoorn, C. G., Regier, D. A., Marshall, D. A.

(2017)

Assessment of Individual Patient Preferences to Inform Clinical Practice,

in The Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research

10

(4)

pp. 519–521

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(Comment/debate)

(Published)


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