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John Cairns

MA MPhil

Professor
of Health Economics

Room
Room 143

LSHTM
15-17 Tavistock Place
London
WC1H 9SH
United Kingdom

Tel.
02079272395

John Cairns graduated MA(Hons) in Economic Science from the University of Aberdeen. After a year of graduate study at the University of York he spent two years as a research fellow in the Institute for Social and Economic Research. This was followed by a return to the University of Aberdeen where he spent eleven years as a lecturer in the Department of Economics. In 1989 he took up a post as senior research fellow in the Health Economics Research Unit and was appointed director in 1993. He was awarded a personal chair in 2002. He took up his current post in May 2004. He has been a member of the NICE technology appraisal committee since 2003. 

Affiliations

Department of Health Services Research and Policy

Teaching

In 2018-19 lecturer on MSc Public Health modules Introduction to Health Economics, Health Services, Economic Evaluation and Economic Analysis for Health Policy. Lecturer on the certificate in Pharmacoepidemiology. Seminar leader for Economic Analysis for Health Policy. Deputy module co-ordinator on the distance learning module Economic Evaluation.

Research

Research Area
Economic evaluation
Health technology assessment
Discipline
Health economics
Economics

Selected Publications

The use of intensive radiological assessments in routine surveillance after treatment for head and neck cancer: An economic evaluation.
Meregaglia M; Cairns J; Licitra L; Bossi P
2018
European journal of cancer (Oxford, England
Estimating Health-State Utility Values in Kidney Transplant Recipients and Waiting-List Patients Using the EQ-5D-5L.
Li B; Cairns JA; Draper H; Dudley C; Forsythe JL; Johnson RJ; Metcalfe W; Oniscu GC; Ravanan R; Robb ML
2017
Value in health
External Validity of Contingent Valuation: Comparing Hypothetical and Actual Payments.
Ryan M; Mentzakis E; Jareinpituk S; Cairns J
2016
Health economics
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