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Anne joined the Centre for Health Economics in 1998, and has worked within the Health Policy Team since 2006. She is co-director of ESHCRU, and a member of the NIHR HS&DR (Researcher Led) Prioritisation Panel. Anne is the author of four books and over 60 scientific papers (further details on Google scholar).
Current research includes evaluating the effects of GP care on outcomes for people with serious mental illness (HS&DR Project - 13/54/40), and a study on efficiency, cost and quality of mental health provision (funded by the Health Foundation). Work for the Department of Health and Social Care includes two ESHCRU projects under the Funding and Resource Flows workstream. One project explores the interdependencies between health and social care resources, and tests whether and how recent changes in social care funding have affected health care use by older people. The overarching aim of the second project ‘Drivers of health care expenditure’ is to identify the steps needed to develop an aggregate model of demand for health care.
Anne is married and has four adult children. In her spare time, she enjoys walking in the local countryside.