Paul Crosland

Senior Research Fellow

Paul Crosland has finished working with the Prevention Centre.

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Paul is a Health Economist who helps the healthcare sector, governments, research institutions and non-government organisations make better decisions when it comes to investing money in healthcare services and the prevention of disease. He achieves this through a decade’s experience with various economic evaluation techniques, such as decision analytic modelling, dynamic simulation modelling and within-trial economic analysis.

These approaches are supported by applying scientific evidence synthesis techniques founded on evidence-based medicine, such as systematic reviews, meta-analysis, health technology assessment and formal clinical guideline development methods. Paul has developed these skills and experience by working at various governments and academic institutions, including the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in the UK, Queensland Health, Deakin University, and now The University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Centre.

He has presented at various conferences on several continents, provided introductory seminars on health economics, and teaches and supervises postgraduate students. His peer-reviewed publications were cited in the Commonwealth Government’s National Preventive Health Strategy.