Charlotte Davies

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Senior Analyst
Cambridge Office

Education

Ph.D. in health economics, University of East Anglia; M.Sc. in health economics, University of York; Diploma in health sciences, University of East Anglia; B.Sc. in occupational therapy, University of East Anglia

Overview

Charlotte Davies is a senior analyst at RAND Europe focusing on health and wellbeing. She worked as a health economist in the academic setting for over 10 years before joining RAND Europe.

Davies has experience of carrying out economic evaluations alongside clinical trials as well as having completed a Versus Arthritis Foundation Fellowship and an MRC-funded Ph.D. studentship looking into competition and procurement issues in the hip implant market.

She has a particular interest in procurement and competition issues in the health and social care settings as well as using large panel datasets to explore the impact of policy decisions. She also has an interest in developing research into women’s health and musculoskeletal clinical areas.

Previous positions include senior research associate in the Health Economics Group at Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia and Versus Arthritis Foundation fellow.

Davies holds a Ph.D. from the University of East Anglia, an M.Sc. in health economics from the University of York and a B.Sc. in occupational therapy from the University of East Anglia. She is an honorary member of the Health Economics Group at the University of East Anglia and an honorary research associate at Norwich Medical School.

Selected Publications

Davies C and Davies S, "Assessing competition in the hip implant industry in the light of recent policy guidance.," Social Science and Medicine, 2021

Weatherly H and Davies C, "Economic Evaluation of OT services: Guidance and opportunities," British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 84(6), 2021

Nikiphorou E, Davies C, Mugford M, Cooper N, Brooksby A, Bunn D, Verstappen S M M, Young A, Symmons D P M and Macgregor A, "Direct health costs of inflammatory polyarthritis 10 years after disease onset: Results from the Norfolk Arthritis Register," Journal of Rheumatology, 42(5), 2015

Davies C, Briggs A, Lorgelly P, Garellick G and Malchau H, "The "Hazards" of Extrapolating survival curves," Medical Decision Making, 33(3), 2013

Davies C, Lorgelly P, Shemilt I, Mugford M, Tucker K and Macgregor A, "Can choice between alternative hip prostheses be evidence based? a review of the economic evaluation literature," Cost effectiveness and resource allocation, 8(1), 2010

Languages

English; French - basic; Hebrew - basic