My research focuses on maximizing the value we obtain from health care. Not only the value that patients derive from their own care and treatment options, but the value the whole population derives from the public investment in healthcare.
To this end, I study and apply a field called decision science. Where most fields of health research focus on producing new knowledge – through better evidence and new treatments and technologies – decision science studies how people (patients, clinicians, policy makers…) make choices and how they can make better choices with current knowledge recognizing the presence of uncertainty, complexity, cognitive biases and competing values.
I am particularly interested in: Economic evaluation, Valuation of health, Network meta-analysis, Shared decision-making and Work productivity
I have previously completed a Postdoc at UBC, and a PhD at the University of Sheffield in Health Economics and Decision Sciences.
My publications can be found at here (pubmed) or here (google scholar)