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Susan Griffin



Susan is a Professor of Health Economics in the fields of economic evaluation and health technology assessment. She joined the Centre for Health Economics in 2002 and holds a PhD on ‘Dealing with uncertainty in the economic evaluation of health care technologies’. Susan has contributed to technology appraisals for NICE, as a member of one of the independent academic groups undertaking evidence reviews, as a member of the Technology Appraisal Committee, and in the development of methods used at NICE. Her research interests include decision-analytic models, value of information analysis and the incorporation of inequality concerns into cost effectiveness analysis.



  • the use of decision-analytic models in cost-effectiveness analysis
  • the use of evidence synthesis techniques and value of information analysis
  • economic evaluations in the fields of cardiovascular disease, HIV/AIDS, cancer and mental health
  • the application of methods for economic evaluation in the field of public health

Research group(s)


Other teaching

Centre for Health Economics 

  • Regression Methods for Health Economic Evaluation - Course tutor
  • Advanced Modelling Methods for Health Economic Evaluation - Course tutor
  • York Expert Workshops in the Socio Economic Evaluation of Medicines - Course tutor 

Distance learning 

  • The Postgraduate Diploma in Health Economics for Health Care Professionals  - Module leader for Advanced topics in Economic Evaluation

External activities


  • National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - member of the Technology Appraisal Committee
  • Health Economists’ Study Group - member
  • Society for Medical Decision Making - member
  • International Health Economics Association  - member
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Contact details

Susan Griffin
Centre for Health Economics