Professor Paul McNamee

Professor Paul McNamee

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Professor Paul McNamee
Professor Paul McNamee

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Paul joined HERU as a Senior Research Fellow in October 2002 and is now Professor of Health Economics. His current research interests include the study of economic aspects of healthy ageing and social care, and the development of methods to design and evaluate self-management strategies in long-term conditions. He is the lead for the Health Behaviour theme within HERU. Paul holds an MA Honours degree in Economics from the University of Aberdeen, an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York and a PhD from the University of Newcastle. Prior to his present appointment, he was a Research Associate, then Lecturer, in Health Economics at the University of Newcastle.

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  • McNamee, P & Mendolia, S 2019, 'Changes in health-related quality of life: a compensating income variation approach', Applied Economics, vol. 51, no. 6, pp. 639-650. [Online] DOI:
  • Witham, MD, Band, M, Chong, HY, Donnan, PT, Hampson, G, Hu, MK, Littleford, R, Lamb, E, Kalra, P, Kennedy, G, McNamee, P, Plews, D, Rauchhaus, P, Soiza, RL, Sumukadas, D, Warwick, G & Avenell, A 2019, 'Clinical and cost-effectiveness of oral sodium bicarbonate therapy for older patients with chronic kidney disease and low-grade acidosis: The BiCARB randomised controlled trial', Health Technology Assessment.
  • Neilson, AR, Jones, GT, MacFarlane, GJ, Walker-Bone, K, Burton, K, Heine, PJ, McCabe, CS, McConnachie, A, Palmer, KT, Coggon, D & McNamee, P 2019, 'Cost-utility of maintained physical activity and physiotherapy in the management of distal arm pain: an economic evaluation of data from a randomised controlled trial', Family Practice, vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 179-186. [Online] DOI:
  • Witham, MD, Price, RJG, Band, MM, Hannah, MS, Fulton, RL, Clarke, CL, Donnan, PT, McNamee, P, Cvoro, V & Soiza, RL 2019, 'Effect of vitamin K2 on postural sway in older people who fall: a randomised controlled trial', Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, vol. 67, no. 10, pp. 2102-2107. [Online] DOI:
  • Milders, M, Bell, S, Lorimer, A, Jackson, H & McNamee, P 2019, 'Improving access to a multi-component intervention for caregivers and people with dementia', Dementia: the international journal of social research and practice, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 347-359. [Online] DOI:
  • Jones, GT, Macfarlane, GJ, Walker-Bone, K, Burton, K, Heine, P, McCabe, C, McNamee, P, McConnachie, A, Zhang, R, Whibley, D, Palmer, KT & Coggon, D 2019, 'Maintained physical activity and physiotherapy in the management of distal arm pain: a randomised controlled trial ', RMD Open, vol. 5, no. 1, 000810. [Online] DOI:
  • Martin, KR, Bachmair, E-M, Aucott, L, Dures, E, Emsley, R, Gray, SR, Hewlett, S, Kumar, V, Lovell, K, Macfarlane, GJ, MacLennan, G, McNamee, P, Norrie, J, Paul, L, Ralston, S, Siebert, S, Wearden, A, White, PD & Basu, N 2019, 'Protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled parallel-group trial to compare the effectiveness of remotely delivered cognitive-behavioural and graded exercise interventions with usual care alone to lessen the impact of fatigue in inflammatory rheumatic diseases (LIFT)', BMJ Open, vol. 9, no. 1, e026793. [Online] DOI:
  • Pymont, C, McNamee, P & Butterworth, P 2018, 'Out-of-pocket costs, primary care frequent attendance and sample selection: Estimates from a longitudinal cohort design', Health Policy, vol. 122, no. 6, pp. 652-659. [Online] DOI:
  • Jones, GT, Mertens, K, Macfarlane, GJ, Palmer, KT, Coggon, D, Walker-Bone, K, Burton, K, Heine, PJ, McCabe, C, McNamee, P & McConnachie, A 2017, Arm Pain Trial: Study materials. vol. 2019a, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen. [Online] DOI:
  • McNamee, P, Murray, E, Kelly, MP, Bojke, L, Chilcott, J, Fischer, A, West, R & Yardley, L 2016, 'Designing and Undertaking a Health Economics Study of Digital Health Interventions', American Journal of Preventive Medicine, vol. 51, no. 5, pp. 852-860. [Online] DOI:
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