Michael Dewey - services offered
I offer consultancy services on a wide range of
I am interested in shorter term projects
as well as those where I could become
a longer period.
Involved in design, conduct and analysis of
large scale single and multi-centre
controlled trials including pharmaceutical, rehabilitation and
community interventions, single and multi-centre
- systematic overviews including conventional meta-analysis
and individual patient data meta-analysis
- studies of construction of measures
including questionnaires and scales derived from them,
and computerised diagnostic algorithms
- analysis of routine datasets
Background in quantitative health related science,
chartered statistician (1993),
and substantial recent experience in health research, epidemiology
and more generally as a
Experince nationally and internationally in a number of
funding areas including evaluation of projects and grant
Successful publication record (over 200 articles in refereed journals)
and awarded substantial research funds. A full list
of publications is available.
At October 2014 my h-number was 56:
56 of my publications had been cited
56 times or more.
See bibliometrics pages
for more details and some comments on citation counts.
History of successful collaboration with colleagues
in NHS trusts, academic medical departments, primary care, other departments
in the university, and internationally.
Software experience includes
- general statistics packages:
(the open source version of S)
which I use for most analytical work
including mixed effects (multi-level)
modelling and compute intensive methods
I use SPSS and Stata only when working with colleagues whose
preferred package they are.
- usual range of office IT
and Internet software
on Wintel platforms and under Unix.
I also write in LaTeX and HTML.
- clear and brief writer
confident at talking to a range
of audiences in English and Spanish.
for technical material,
of French, Italian and Portugese.
- teaching undergraduate students
(of statistics and of medicine)
- teaching postgraduates (mostly
health care professionals) and a variety of other
- taught research methods,
statistics, computing, writing for publication and critical
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