Lic. MSc. PhD.
Advanced Research Fellow
Rodolfo joined HERU in 2002 after completing an MSc in Health Economics (University of York). In addition, he has a first degree in economics (UNLP, Argentina). Between 2008 and 2013 Rodolfo was a RCUK Research Fellow holding a joint post between HERU and the Health Services Research Unit (HSRU). In 2016 he completed a part-time PhD looking at how to use discrete choice experiment-generated willingness-to-pay measures within decision analytic models using the monitoring of individuals with ocular hypertension at risk of developing glaucoma as a case study. Currently, Rodolfo is working on RCTs (e.g., PUrE, C-GALL), ophthalmology related projects (I-TRAC, GRIP), and other Health Technology Assessment Reviews.
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Is it worthwhile to conduct a randomized controlled trial of glaucoma screening in the United Kingdom?Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 42-51Contributions to Journals: Articles
Surveillance for ocular hypertension: an evidence synthesis and economic evaluationHealth Technology Assessment, vol. 16, no. 29, pp. 1-272Contributions to Journals: Articles
A pragmatic multi-centre randomised controlled trial of fluid loading in high-risk surgical patients undergoing major elective surgery: the FOCCUS studyCritical Care, vol. 15, no. 6, R296Contributions to Journals: Articles
Esophageal doppler monitoring during colorectal resection offers cost-effective improvement of hemodynamic controlValue in Health, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 818-826Contributions to Journals: Articles
The clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of different surveillance mammography regimens after the treatment for primary breast cancer: systematic reviews registry database analyses and economic evaluationHealth Technology Assessment, vol. 15, no. 34, pp. v-vi, 1-322Contributions to Journals: Articles
Developing the clinical components of a complex intervention for a glaucoma screening trial: a mixed methods studyBMC Medical Research Methodology, vol. 11, no. -, 54Contributions to Journals: Articles
Pragmatic multi-centre randomised trial of (1) routine postoperative ICU care and/or (2) pre-operative fluid loading in high-risk surgical patients undergoing major elective and urgent surgeryEdinburgh, United Kingdom: Chief Scientist Office. 7 pagesBooks and Reports: Commissioned Reports
The PRaCTICaL study of nurse led, intensive care follow-up programmes for improving long term outcomes from critical illness: a pragmatic randomised controlled trialBritish Medical Journal, vol. 339, b3723Contributions to Journals: Articles
A randomised controlled trial of the use of aciclovir and/or prednisolone for the early treatment of Bell’s palsy: the BELLS studyHealth Technology Assessment, vol. 13, no. 47, pp. 1-155Contributions to Journals: Articles
A Pragmatic Randomised, Controlled Trial Of Intensive Care Follow Up Clinics In Improving Longer-Term Outcomes From Critical Illness: The PRaCTICaL StudyEdinburgh, United Kingdom: Chief Scientist Office. 6 pagesBooks and Reports: Commissioned Reports