Dr Tracey Young BSc (UEA), MSc (Southampton), PhD (Brunel), CStat, CSci
University of Sheffield
Regent Court, 30 Regent Street
Sheffield, S1 4DA
Tel: (+44) (0)114 222 0837
Fax: (+44) (0)114 2220749
I joined ScHARR in April 2004 and work as a health economist in HEDS. My work in ScHARR has included developing methodology for deriving condition-specific preference based measures from existing quality of life instruments. I am also involved in a number of economic evaluations alongside clinical trials.
My research interests are:
- Methods for measuring uncertainty in economic evaluations
- Methods for developing preference-based measures from existing QOL measures
- Economic evaluations alongside clinical trials
- Censored costs
My teaching interests lie in statistical issues in Economic Evaluations, Medical Statistics and Evidence Synthesis and Methods for Developing Preference-Based Measures.
I am module coordinator for the Economic Evaluation module on the HEDM and E&HE MSc's.
My teaching interests are:
- Health Economics
- QALYs, Utilities and outcome measures
- Medical Statistics
- Director of Postgraduate research for ScHARR
- Acting lead for the Health Economics and outcome measurement (HEOM) theme for CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber
- Health Economist on the endometrial trauma in women undergoing first time IVF (SCRATCH) trial.
- Health Economist on the journeying through dementia study
- Health Economist on an NIHR programme grant to develop and evaluate a complex intervention to improve nutritional management for people with ALS (HighCALS)
- Health Economic advisor for NIHR Yorkshire and Humber RDS
- Editorial Board for Medical Decision Making
I am an active PhD supervisor with 2 current PhD students
- Costs and advance directives at the end of life: a case of the ‘Coaching Older Adults and Carers to have their preferences Heard (COACH)’ trial. BMC Health Services Research, 15. View this article in WRRO
- Mapping Functions in Health-Related Quality of Life: Mapping from Two Cancer-Specific Health-Related Quality-of-Life Instruments to EQ-5D-3L. Medical Decision Making, 35(7), 912-926. View this article in WRRO
- Generalizability and Unaddressed Issues in Mapping. Medical Decision Making, 34(7), 824-825.
- Use of generic and condition-specific measures of health-related quality of life in NICE decision-making: a systematic review, statistical modelling and survey.. Health Technol Assess, 18(9), 1-224. View this article in WRRO
- Improving the measurement of QALYs in dementia: Developing patient- and carer-reported health state classification systems using Rasch analysis. Value in Health, 15(2), 323-333. View this article in WRRO
- The use of rasch analysis in reducing a large condition-specific instrument for preference valuation: the case of moving from AQLQ to AQL-5D.. Med Decis Making, 31(1), 195-210.
- An economic evaluation of pediatric small bowel transplantation in the United Kingdom.. Transplantation, 82(4), 508-515.
- Estimating mean total costs in the presence of censoring: a comparative assessment of methods.. Pharmacoeconomics, 23(12), 1229-1242.
- Midterm cost-effectiveness of the liver transplantation program of England and Wales for three disease groups.. Liver Transpl, 9(12), 1295-1307.