Dr Graham Scotland

Dr Graham Scotland
Dr Graham Scotland

Dr Graham Scotland

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Biography

Graham is a Reader and leads the Assessment of Technologies theme in HERU. He joined HERU in 2004 and has since 2012 held a joint appointment between HERU and the Health Services Research Unit (HSRU). His current research interests span both model- and trial-based economic evaluation, with specific areas of interest including the evaluation of technologies in widespread routine use, the use of patient-level data to inform decision models, and the valuation of outcomes within economic evaluation. Graham graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1998 with BSc (Hons) in pharmacology, and following this undertook an MSc in Health Services and Public Health Research at the University of Aberdeen. After completing his MSc he worked at the Dugald Baird Centre for Research in Women's Health, University of Aberdeen, where he undertook research into economic aspects of maternal healthcare delivery in developing countries. Since his appointment in HERU he has gained over 10 years’ experience working in the area of health technology assessment. In 2012 he completed a part-time PhD on methods for incorporating broader measures of value into economic evaluation in the area of reproductive healthcare.

Publications

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  • The Building blocks for Complex Decision Makine: An example of HTA in Chronic Kidney Disease Care

    Sharma, P., Scotland, G. S., McCullough, K. A., Robertson, L. M., Fluck, N., MacLeod, A., McNamee, P., Prescott, G. J., Smith, W. C. S., Black, C.
    Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi) Annual Meeting (2010)
    Contributions to Conferences: Posters
  • The direct health services costs of providing assisted reproduction services in overweight or obese women: a retrospective cross-sectional analysis

    Maheshwari, A., Scotland, G. S., Bell, J., McTavish, A., Hamilton, M., Bhattacharya, S.
    Human Reproduction, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 633-639
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Effects of algorithm for diagnosis of active labour: cluster randomised trial

    Cheyne, H., Hundley, V., Dowding, D., Bland, J. M., McNamee, P., Greer, I., Styles, M., Barnett, C. A., Scotland, G., Niven, C.
    British Medical Journal, vol. 337, pp. a2396
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Cost-effectiveness of implementing automated grading within the national screening programme for diabetic retinopathy in Scotland

    Scotland, G. S., McNamee, P., Philip, S., Fleming, A. D., Goatman, K. A., Prescott, G. J., Fonseca, S., Sharp, P. F., Olson, J. A.
    British Journal of Ophthalmology, vol. 91, no. 11, pp. 1518-1523
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • The efficacy of “disease/no disease” grading for diabetic retinopathy in a systematic screening programme

    Philip, S., Fleming, A. D., Goatman, K. A., Fonseca, S., McNamee, P., Scotland, G. S., Prescott, G. J., Sharp, P. F., Olson, J. A.
    British Journal of Ophthalmology, vol. 91, no. 11, pp. 1512-1517
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Safety versus success in elective single embryo transfer: Women's preferences for outcome of in vitro fertilisation

    Scotland, G. S., McNamee, P., Peddie, V., Bhattacharya, S.
    BJOG-An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, vol. 114, no. 8, pp. 977-983
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Screening for type 2 diabetes: Literature review and economic modelling

    Waugh, N. R., Scotland, G. S., McNamee, P., Gillett, M., Brennan, A., Goyder, E., Williams, R., John, A.
    Health Technology Assessment, vol. 11, no. 17, pp. 1-144
    Contributions to Journals: Articles

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