Charlotte Davies

Charlotte Davies

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Personal profile

Academic Background

  • Norwich and Norfolk University Hospitals - Project Manager in Maternal Medicine (February 2023 to present)
  • Senior Analyst, Health and Well-being group, RAND Europe, Cambridge (June 2021-February 2023)
  • Senior Research Associate, HEG, UEA (October 2019 to June 2021)
  • Arthritis Research UK Foundation Fellowship award (2011 - October 2019)
  • PhD. Health Economics University of East Anglia (Jan 2008 – August 2011)
  • MRC PhD Studentship University of East Anglia (2007-2011)
  • MSc. Health Economics University of York (2002)
  • BSc Occupational Therapy, University of East Anglia 2 (i) (1999)
  • Diploma. Health Sciences, University of East Anglia (2007)
  • Member of the UK Health Economics Study Group (HESG)

Website

http://www.uea.ac.uk/foh/research/Institutes/hss/healtheconomicsgroup

Key Research Interests

My research interests include, health policy, procurement and decision making in the NHS, competition and regulation.

Funding

Arthritis Research UK Foundation Fellowship award (2011- 2014) 
"Performance, regulation and competition in medical devices: a case-study on hip prostheses"
Sponsor: Dr Garry Barton (UEA), Advisors: Professor Bruce Lyons (UEA), Professor Andrew Street (University of York)

Action Arthritis  (2008-2010)
"The short-term costs and outcomes of total hip and knee replacement surgery"
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Charlotte Davies, Mr Simon Donell, Professor Miranda Mugford, Professor Alex MacGregor, Dr Paula Lorgelly

MRC PhD Studentship University of East Anglia (2007-2011)
"3 essays on the economics of the alternative prostheses used in primary total hip replacement surgery"
Charlotte Davies, Professor Ruth Hancock, Professor Miranda Mugford, Professor Alex MacGregor, Dr Paula Lorgelly 

Teaching Interests

  • Microeconomics
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Markets for Health Care

Teaching Activities

  • MSc in Health Economics, The Market for Health Care I and Health Systems - an NHS perspective
  • Academic Advisor to MSc Health Economics students.
  • Graduate teaching assistant - Department of Economics, University of East Anglia, Modules 2011 (BA Economics): Introductory Microeconomics & Quantitative Methods.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Health Science, University of East Anglia

Award Date: 1 Jan 2011

Master of Economics, University of York

Award Date: 1 Jan 2002

Bachelor of Science, University of East Anglia

Award Date: 1 Jan 1999

External positions

Project Manager, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

20 Feb 2022 → …

Senior Analyst, RAND Europe

Jun 20211 Feb 2022

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