Open source projects
Scientific manuscripts, academic software and datasets
This presentation describes a utility mapping study, the open science resources developed to support study replication and a toolkit for applying the utility models produced to new data.
This presentation provided an overview of a study to map a range of psychological measures to health utility in a helpseeking sample of young people. The presentation also introduced the youthu R package which can be used to apply the utility mapping models produced by the study to new data
This team presentation provided an overview of a number of projects to characterise complexity, map health utility and model long term treatment trajectories in young people presenting to headspace primary care services.
As part of a webinar about modelling mental health systems (starting from 55min mark of the video), this brief talk highlights one suggested modelling approach. That approach aims to address the complexity of mental health systems by initially modelling quite simple representations of discrete parts of these systems, validating those representations and then extending and linking each model.
As an economic researcher, my main focus is to help improve the transparency, reusability and updatability of computational models used to inform health policy and system design.
I believe that complex modelling projects are best approached iteratively and collaboratively. For these reasons, the models I work on adopt open source approaches.Download My CV (PDF)
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