Shaun began working at SCHE as a research assistant in March 2016 after completing his PhD at Swansea University in 2014 and spending a short amount of time as a big data analyst in the insurance industry.  Shaun’s background in economics provides a wide skill set including the interpretation of empirical evidence with theory and is experienced at utilising econometric evaluation and modelling concepts to provide outcomes transferable to real-world solutions.

Shaun is working on various studies based in Swansea and elsewhere including the ReMemBrIn study, a group memory rehabilitation intervention for those with traumatic brain injury, with the Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit.

Publications

  1. & (2018). Rehabilitation Of Memory In Brain Injury: A Cost Utility Analysis. Presented at Economic Evaluations, Vancouver, Canada: HTAi 2018 Annual Meeting.

Teaching

  • SHQM33 Economic Evaluation in Health Care

    This module will provide a comprehensive introduction to the key principles of health economics and application to health care decision making. Students will develop a critical understanding and appreciation of the methods of economic evaluation and how health economics can be used to support prioritisation within the wider context of competing demands for health care treatments or services. The module is relevant for anyone working within the field of healthcare (e.g. managers, practitioners, policy makers) who needs to understand, use, review or commission economic evaluations.