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Amir is a trained health economist specializing in health economic evaluation, industrial organization, health econometrics and STATA based computing skills. Amir completed his MSc Economics in 2009 and PhD Economics in 2014 at University of Warwick. Amir is an NIHR reviewer and he is also member of the editorial board of three international economics journal. He has conducted research employing large patient records, observational data, hierarchal data and health econometric techniques. During his PhD studies at University of Warwick, as a research assistant Amir worked on clinical trials and observational data research projects for Warwick Medical School. He has taught economics courses to undergraduate and postgraduate students at leading UK and foreign universities. Amir has distinguished field work research experience in a low- and middle- income country spanned over more than 3 years.
Health Economics; Industrial Organization; Applied Econometrics
I am a health economist. My research is based on the application of cutting edge economic evaluation methods to clinical interventions, medical products inventions and healthcare programs. I am currently working on research grants funded by NIHR, and The Health Foundation. My international research focuses on regulation of healthcare and strengthening of health systems in low- and middle- income countries.
Academic Practice in Higher Education, Postgraduate Certificate, Coventry University
1 Oct 2015 → 31 Jan 2017
Award Date: 27 Jun 2017
Doctorate, University of Warwick
2009 → 2014
Award Date: 16 Mar 2014
MSc, University of Warwick
2008 → 2009
Award Date: 1 Nov 2009
Reviewer for Health Economics and Health Econometrics, National Institute for Health Research1 Jan 2017 → …
FRAME (facial remote activity monitoring eyewear) An inconspicuous, non-invasive, mobile sensor device for real-time control of assistive technologies through facial expression. [FUNDER: NIHR i4i Programme].
18/07/16 → 1/03/19
Szczepura, A., Khan, A., Holliday, N., Nduka, C., Neville, C., Johnson, K., Mistry, H. & Oxford, S., 3 Jan 2019, In: International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 34, S1, p. 76 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Meeting Abstract › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile10 Downloads (Pure)
Early initiation of post-sternotomy cardiac rehabilitation exercise training (SCAR): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial and economic evaluationEnnis, S., Lobley, G., Worrall, S., Powell, R., Kimani, P. K., Khan, A. J., Banerjee, P., Barker, T. & McGregor, G., 23 Mar 2018, In: BMJ. 8, 3, e019748.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile3 Citations (Scopus)39 Downloads (Pure)
Sewell, L., Taylor, A., Monkhouse, J., Khan, A., Fessey, V., Kerslake, M., Lord, V. & Lowton-Smith, S., 30 Apr 2018, (Submitted) 50 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report › peer-review
UK Families with Children with Rare Chromosome Disorders: Changing Experiences of Diagnosis and Counseling (2003 to 2013)Szczepura, A., Wynn, S., Searle, B., Khan, A., Palmer, T., Biggerstaff, D., Elliott, J. & Hulten, M. A., May 2018, In: Clinical Genetics. 93, 5, p. 972-981 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile1 Citation (Scopus)27 Downloads (Pure)
Antipsychotic prescribing in care homes before and after launch of a national dementia strategy: an observational study in English institutions over a 4-year periodSzczepura, A., Wild, D., Khan, A. J., Owen, D. W., Palmer, T., Muhammad, T., Clark, M. D. & Bowman, C., 20 Sep 2016, In: BMJ Open. 6, e009882.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile27 Citations (Scopus)29 Downloads (Pure)
Amir Khan (Chair)30 Jun 2017
Activity: Membership › Membership of network
Amir Khan (Peer Reviewer)15 Apr 2017 → …
Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work › Publication peer-review