Jim Chilcott BSc (Manchester), MSc (Strathclyde)
Professor of Healthcare Decision Modelling
The University of Sheffield
Regent Court, 30 Regent Street
Sheffield, S1 4DA
Tel: (+44) (0)114 222 0689
Fax: (+44) (0)114 222 0749
I gained my Mathematics degree from the University of Manchester in 1985 and my MSc in Operational Research from Strathclyde in 1986. For 10 years following the MSc I worked in Operational Research consultancy, giving practical decision support right across the health sector from hospitals to Department, in addition to the mining, banking and education sectors.
I joined ScHARR in 1996 to focus on healthcare decision support. From 2002 to 2008 I was the Technical Director of ScHARR Technology Assessment Group responsible for the scientific quality of the group's work for the NICE Technology Appraisals Programme.
I am a founding member and Technical Director of the Public Health Collaborating Centre at ScHARR.
* Modelling in public health
* Modelling in cancer and cancer screening
* Methodological modelling interests including:
- the modelling process and errors in HTA models
- cognitive mapping for systematic reviews in complex settings
- structural uncertainty in models
- Bayesian analysis of joint disease natural history and test characteristics in screening
- value of information methods
- probabilistic sensitivity analysis methods
- meta modelling
- information gathering processes for models
- Member of the Operational Research Society
- Member of the Society for Social Medicine
- Member of Health Technology Assessment international (HTAi)
- Associate Editor for Journal of the Operational Research Society 2009-present
- Guest member of NHS NTA Commissioning Board 2007
- National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) (2011-2012): NICE Collaborating Centre for Public Health Excellence. With E Goyder, S Paisley, R L Akehurst
- NHS Cancer Screening Programmes (2010-2011): Revisiting the options appraisal for colorectal cancer screening. With S Whyte
- UK National Screening Committee (2009-2010): Prostate Cancer Screening Options Appraisal Parts I & II. With S Hummel
- NHS Cancer Screening Programmes (2009-2010): Bowel cancer screening in England: Analysis of the FOBT referral point. With S Whyte
- National Cancer Registry of Ireland (2009-2011):Cost-effectiveness of strategies for colorectal cancer prevention in Ireland. With S Whyte and H Pilgrim
- National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) (2008-2011): NICE Collaborating Centre for Public Health Excellence. With E Goyder, S Paisley and R Akehurst
- NHS Cancer Screening Programme (2008-2013): Analytical support to the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme
- Paul Tappenden Role and value of modelling whole disease areas. Department of Health Personal Award Scheme Fellowship (Dec 2007-Nov 2010)
- Mark Strong Methods for quantifying structural uncertainty in public health decision models. Medical Research Council Fellowship in Health Services/Public Health Research (Sep 2007 - Sep 2011)
- Hazel Squires A methodological framework for developing the structure of public health economic models. NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship (Oct 2010 - Oct 2013)
If you are interested in studying for a PhD in any of the areas listed under my research interests above, please contact Charlotte Hollins.
- Cost-effectiveness of screening for ovarian cancer amongst postmenopausal women: a model-based economic evaluation. BMC Medicine, 14(1), 200-200. View this article in WRRO
- A statistical model to describe longitudinal and correlated metabolic risk factors: the Whitehall II prospective study.. J Public Health (Oxf), 38(4), 679-687. View this article in WRRO
- Designing and Undertaking a Health Economics Study of Digital Health Interventions. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 51(5), 852-860. View this article in WRRO
- A Framework for Developing the Structure of Public Health Economic Models. Value in Health, 19(5), 588-601. View this article in WRRO
- A systematic literature review of the key challenges for developing the structure of public health economic models. International Journal of Public Health, 61(3), 289-298. View this article in WRRO
- Avoiding and Identifying Errors and Other Threats To the Credibility of Health Economic Models. Value in Health, 17(7), A585-A585.
- Guaiac faecal occult blood test performance at initial and repeat screens in the English Bowel Cancer Screening Programme. British Journal of Cancer, 111(9), 1734-1741. View this article in WRRO
- Avoiding and identifying errors and other threats to the credibility of health economic models.. Pharmacoeconomics, 32(10), 967-979.
- The cost-effectiveness of weight management programmes in a postnatal population. Public Health, 128(9), 804-810.
- Using Whole Disease Modeling to Inform Resource Allocation Decisions: Economic Evaluation of a Clinical Guideline for Colorectal Cancer Using a Single Model. Value in Health.