Dr Shelley Farrar

Dr Shelley Farrar

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Dr Shelley Farrar
Dr Shelley Farrar

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The University of Aberdeen Health Economics Research Unit
University of Aberdeen
Rm 1.056
Polwarth Building
Foresterhill
Aberdeen
Scotland
AB25 2ZD

Biography

Shelley joined HERU in 1991 and is currently a Research Fellow. She graduated from the University of Strathclyde with a BA in Economics in 1989 and joined HERU after working at the Scottish Office as an Economic Assistant. She has since gained an MSc in Economics from Glasgow University and a PhD in Economics from the University of Aberdeen. Her research interests are primarily on the impact of incentives on the provision of healthcare, healthcare users and health behaviours. Her research focus is currently on behaviours during pregnancy and food choices. Shelley is coordinator of the MSc/PgDip/PgCert Programme in Health Economics for Health Professionals.

Curriculum Vitae

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  • Financial incentives to support smoking cessation in pregnant women – size matters

    Farrar, S., Yi, D., Morgan, H., Ludbrook, A., Hoddinott, P.

    University of Aberdeen. 2 pages

    Books and Reports: Other Reports

  • Benefits of incentives for breastfeeding and smoking cessation in pregnancy (BIBS): a mixed methods study to inform trial design

    Morgan, H., Hoddinott, P., Thomson, G., Crossland, N., Farrar, S., Yi, D., Hislop, J. M., Hall Moran, V., MacLennan, G. S., Dombrowski, S. U., Rothnie, K. J., Stewart, F., Bauld, L., Ludbrook, A., Dykes, F., Sniehotta, F. F., Tappin, D., Campbell, M. K.

    Health Technology Assessment, vol. 19, no. 30, pp. 1-564

    Contributions to Journals: Articles

  • The Tougher the Better: An Economic Analysis of Increased Payment Thresholds on the Performance of General Practices

    Feng, Y., Ma, A., Farrar, S., Sutton, M.

    Health Economics, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 353-371

    Contributions to Journals: Articles

  • The push me, pull you of financial incentives and health inequalities: a mixed methods study investigating smoking cessation in pregnancy and breastfeeding

    Hoddinott, P., Morgan, H., Thomson, G., Crossland, N., Farrar, S., Yi, D., Hislop, J., Hall Moran, V., MacLennan, G. S., Dombrowski, S. U., Rothnie, K., Stewart, F., Bauld, L., Ludbrook, A., Dykes, F., Sniehotta, F. F., Tappin, D., Campbell, M. K.

    European Public Health Science Conference, pp. S37

    Contributions to Journals: Abstracts

  • Intervention vignettes as a qualitative tool to refine complex intervention design

    Hoddinott, P., Morgan, H., Thomson, G., Crossland, N., Craig, L., Britten, J., Farrar, S., Newlands, R., Kiezebrink, K., Coyle, J.

    Trials, vol. 14, no. Suppl 1, pp. O55

    Contributions to Journals: Abstracts

  • Incentive interventions for smoking cessation in pregnancy: a mixed methods evidence synthesis

    Hoddinott, P., Hislop, J., Morgan, H., Stewart, F., Farrar, S., Rothnie, K., Bauld, L., Thomson, G.

    The Lancet, vol. 380, no. Suppl. 3, pp. S48

    Contributions to Journals: Abstracts

  • The tougher the better: the effect of an increased performance threshold on the performance of general practitioners

    Feng, Y., Ma, A. H. Y., Farrar, S., Sutton, M.

    Working Papers and Discussion Papers: Working Papers

  • Tackling alcohol misuse: purchasing patterns affected by minimum pricing for alcohol

    Ludbrook, A., Petrie, D., McKenzie, L., Farrar, S.

    Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 51-63

    Contributions to Journals: Articles

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