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Dr Tracey Jones-Hughes

Research Fellow in Health Technology Assessment

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South Cloisters 108

Dr Jones-Hughes joined the Health Technology Assessment group of PenTAG in June 2010, where she is currently involved in assessing the clinical and cost-effectiveness of health technologies. She has a background in nursing, environmental fate testing of chemicals and project facilitation in health services research. Linking with the varied nature of her career, her current research interests include systematic review of environment and human health related issues.

Broad research specialisms

  • Systematic reviews in clinical effectiveness for health technology assessment

Research

Research interests

  • Systematic review for the environment and human health
  • Systematic review for health technology assessment

Research projects

  • Erythropoiesis-stimulating agents (epoetin alfa, beta, theta and zeta; and, darbepoetin alfa) for treating cancer-treatment induced anaemia (including review of TA142)
  • A systematic review and economic evaluation of diagnostic strategies for Lynch Syndrome

Grants/Funding:

  • 2011 ‘Are interventions to reduce the impact of arsenic contamination of groundwater on human health and crop productivity in developing countries effective?’ (Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) Award 59617 £37,236 (Lead reviewer))

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Snowsill T, Huxley N, Hoyle M, Jones-Hughes T, Coelho H, Cooper C, Frayling I, Hyde C (2015). A model-based assessment of the cost-utility of strategies to identify Lynch syndrome in early-onset colorectal cancer patients. BMC Cancer, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Publications by year


2015

Snowsill T, Huxley N, Hoyle M, Jones-Hughes T, Coelho H, Cooper C, Frayling I, Hyde C (2015). A model-based assessment of the cost-utility of strategies to identify Lynch syndrome in early-onset colorectal cancer patients. BMC Cancer, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

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