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Dr Myles-Jay Linton

Dr Myles-Jay Linton

Dr Myles-Jay Linton
BSc(Sur.), PhD, CPsychol

Vice Chancellor's Fellow

Area of research

Mental health in higher education

CLAHRC West,
9th Floor, Whitefriars BS1 2NT
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+44 (0) 117 342 1266

Summary

Biography

Myles is a behavioural scientist interested in applied mixed-methods healthcare research. A key part of his research focuses on evaluating the impact of mental healthcare (service re-design, suicide prevention, art therapy and support for homeless adults). Myles is currently the Principal Investigator for an Economic and Social Research Council funded Knowledge Exchange project with a mental health charity (Second Step).

His work contributes to the Efficiency theme within the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (NIHR CLAHRC-West). This involves work alongside clinical trials, psychometric analyses, applied research with Clinical Commissioning Groups and qualitative health economics.

Before joining CLAHRC-West Myles completed a PhD at the University of Exeter Medical School (Health Economics Group) investigating the multidimensionality of well-being using economic methods (fixed effects analyses and discrete choice experiments). Prior to this he undertook psychological research (University of Cambridge Psychometrics Centre) and worked in the third sector within a mental health charity.

Teaching

Medical Ethics - MB21 (Undergraduate Medicine) - University of Bristol

Keywords

  • Mental health
  • Young people
  • Health economics
  • Mixed methods research

Methodologies

  • Observational data
  • Psychometrics
  • Econometrics
  • Mixed methods
  • Data visualization

Recent publications

View complete publications list in the University of Bristol publications system

Networks & contacts

  • The Health Economics Group - Exeter

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