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Dr Rebecca Kandiyali

Dr Rebecca Kandiyali

Dr Rebecca Kandiyali
MA(St.And.)(hons), MSc(Edin.), PhD(Birm.)

Research Fellow in Health Economic Evaluation

Office 2.12
1-5 Whiteladies Road,
BS8 1NU
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+44 (0) 117 33 14088
+44 (0) 117 42 83123

Summary

Activities / Findings

I'm a health economist with an interest in the evaluation of complex interventions including, at present, the specific challenges of evaluations in child health. I provide methodological support to the BRTC and the RDS in Economic Evaluation. Previous involvement included a number of projects relating to burns and scalds as part of The Scar Free Foundation and Centre for Children's Burns Research.

While my more recent work experience is in trial-based Economic Evaluations in Primary Care and the community, my PhD (Birmingham, UK) involved evidence synthesis of test accuracy statistics and service delivery modelling. Prior to this I did a Masters in Economics (Edinburgh) (dissertation: game and decision theoretic approaches applied to human rights agreements) and an undergraduate honours degree in Economics and English Literature (St Andrews).

I'm also an associate researcher in Residence for the Research and Evidence team at BNSSG and have an interest in local priority setting, knowledge mobilisation and implementation.

Keywords

  • trial methodology
  • patient reported outcome measures
  • complex interventions
  • test accuracy

Skills

  • child health
  • burns and scalds
  • stroke
  • geriatric diseases
  • multimorbidity
  • addiction

Methodologies

  • economic evaluation
  • trial methodology
  • revealed preference measures
  • patient involvement

Memberships

Organisations

Bristol Medical School (PHS)

Recent publications

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