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Helen Weatherly is a Professor in the Team for Economic Evaluation for Health Technology Assessment (TEEHTA) at Centre for Health Economics (CHE), University of York, UK.
Helen joined CHE in 1998 with a 3-year Pfizer Fellowship, including an industry-based secondment. Since then, as a CHE researcher, Helen's research interests have included social care economic evaluation in adults and children. Social care is the main focus of her current research.
Helen’s research interests have also covered economic evaluation applied to health care technologies, including evidence reviews and economic evaluations for NICE, and economic evaluation in public health. Throughout this research, Helen has been interested in the use of economic evaluation to inform decision-making.
Helen led the University of York’s Distance Learning Programmes in Health Economics, tutoring on the programme since 2002, becoming Deputy Director in 2007, and Co-Director in 2012. She led development of the MSc by distance learning and was the Programme Leader until 2020. She continues to support online teaching, learning and capacity building on CHE’s online short courses. She is involved in capacity and capability building in low- and middle-income countries, as well as in the UK.
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