18 October 2017
Sabina Sanghera was recently awarded a NIHR Post-Doctoral Fellowship.
Sabina’s fellowship, which begins in January 2018, builds on her PhD and current research to assess the influence of timing of assessment, recall and the QALY calculation on cost-effectiveness recommendations in recurrent fluctuating health states. She will use mixed-methods to understand how patients complete questionnaires, identify how and when to measure quality of life, and investigate the suitability of current valuation methods in recurrent fluctuating states. Sabina will use chemotherapy treatment for cancer as a case study.
Sabina will collaborate with colleagues from Bristol and elsewhere, including NICE. She is very much looking forward to starting her fellowship and further developing her understanding of behavioural economics and memory as part of the training programme.