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We are pleased to welcome Emma Knowles to the Delta Hat team in the position of Analyst. Emma holds a Mathematics degree from the University of Essex, and is currently undertaking a part-time MSc in Medical Statistics at the University of Leicester. Prior to joining Delta Hat, Emma worked within the National Health Service and therefore brings a unique perspective and skill set to our range of statistical and health economic projects.

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While quite different to our usual publication work, Anthony has had an article published in Significance, the magazine of the Royal Statistical Society (RSS) on the probability of getting a London Marathon place through the public ballot. The article discusses the increasing popularity of the London Marathon, and the potential reasons for the recent surge in popularity. You can read the article for free online by following this Link

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Ash and Anthony will be at ISPOR Asia Pacific in Tokyo for the next few days. Ash has a podium on Monday in the session on modelling methods (discussing the correct methodology for implementation of background mortality), whilst Anthony will be taking part in an issue panel Tuesday on collaboration between companies.

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We are pleased to welcome Sam McMordie to the Delta Hat team in the position of Analyst. Sam is currently studying for his degree in Financial Mathematics at Cardiff University, and has previously worked with the Office for National Statistics (ONS) where he applied econometric methods as part of a University Working Group collaboration. Sam will be working closely with our team of Analysts on a range of health economic and statistical projects, while also developing our website entirely through R programming.

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Anthony Hatswell will be attending the Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM) 2018 on behalf of Delta Hat in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada from 27 July – 1 August, 2018. As one of the largest statistical events in the world, the research presented at JSM considers the latest work conducted in a variety of topics including Anthony’s presentation: Uncontrolled Studies and Health Technology Appraisal? The Need for Methods, Modeling, and Further Research. If you would like to arrange a meeting with Anthony while at JSM2018, please contact him at ahatswell@deltahat.

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A tutorial co-authored by Delta Hat’s Anthony Hatswell and Ash Bullement on the topic of undertaking probabilistic sensitivity analysis has now been published in Pharmacoeconomics. The research was conducted as part of a collaboration with Andrew Briggs (University of Glasgow and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center), Mike Paulden (University of Alberta), and Matt Stevenson (University of Sheffield). To access the tutorial and the corresponding Excel tool, please use the links below.

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We are pleased to announce that Ash Bullement has joined Delta Hat as an Analyst. Ash was previously a Senior Health Economist at BresMed, and completed his MSc in Health Economics and Decision Modelling at the University of Sheffield’s School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR). Ash has extensive prior experience in health economic modelling (particularly in oncology), survival extrapolation and probabilistic analysis methods.

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Anthony Hatswell will be attending the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) annual European congress on behalf of Delta Hat in Glasgow, Scotland from 4 – 8 November, 2017. Over 4,000 attendees from over 70 countries are expected to attend to discuss new research, industry developments and the future of health economics. If you would like to arrange a meeting with Anthony while at ISPOR, please contact him at ahatswell@deltahat.

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