Michelle Tew is a health services and health economics researcher at the Centre for Health Policy, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. Her research interests include economic evaluation and modelling, health services utilisation, prescription medications and using patient-reported outcomes to guide value-based care.
Her current research project focuses on the health economics of infections in cancer patients and patients undergoing lower limb arthroplasty. Her research aims to maximise the use of longitudinal data to better understand patterns of health outcomes and health service use, and to develop and test economic evaluation methods to provide valuable input and better inform health policy decisions.Michelle has demonstrated her strengths as a collaborator though her network of active collaborations, both nationally and internationally, with the National Centre for Infections in Cancer at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, The Royal Melbourne Hospital and (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre), St. Vincent’s Hospital, University of Toronto and University of Oxford. She is also a key member of the team providing economic evaluation for the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC) at the Department of Health to inform decisions about listing of new Medicare items. Michelle completed her postgraduate training in Public Health specialising in Health Economics and Economic Evaluation at the University of Melbourne and in Pharmacy at the University of Nottingham. Prior to her research role, she has worked as a pharmacist in the UK where she has gained extensive experience in the safe delivery of medications, patient care and in the provision of various pharmacy services.
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Critique Of A Submission Based Assessment - Testing For Egfr Status In Patients With Local..
Co-Morbidities and Sex Differences in Long-Term Quality-of-Life Outcomes among Patients wi..
Advice And Regulatory Modelling To Inform A Prostheses Benefit Setting Framework.
The Challenge of Transparency and Validation in Health Economic Decision Modelling: A View..
Implantation Of A Permanent Wireless Haemodynamic Sensor And Associated Remote Analysis O..
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Co-Morbidities and Sex Differences in Long-Term Quality-of-Life Outcomes among Patients with and without Diabetes after Total Knee Replacement: Five-Year Data from Registry Study.
Michelle Tew, Michelle M Dowsey, Annabelle Choong, Peter F Choong, Philip Clarke
Journal article | 2019 | Journal of Clinical Medicine
Improved understanding of quality-of-life (QoL) outcomes can provide valuable information on intervention effectiveness and guide ..
The Challenge of Transparency and Validation in Health Economic Decision Modelling: A View from Mount Hood
Seamus Kent, Frauke Becker, Talitha Feenstra, Tran-Duy An, Iryna Schlackow, Michelle Tew, Ping Zhang, Wen Ye, Lizheng Shi, William Herman, Phil McEwan, Wendelin Schramm, Alastair Gray, Jose Leal, Mark Lamotte, Michael Willis, Andrew J Palmer, Philip Clarke
Journal article | 2019 | PharmacoEconomics
Transparency in health economic decision modelling is important for engendering confidence in the models and in the reliability of..
Computer Modeling of Diabetes and Its Transparency: A Report on the Eighth Mount Hood Challenge
Andrew J Palmer, Lei Si, Michelle Tew, Xinyang Hua, Michael S Willis, Christian Asseburg, Phil McEwan, Jose Leal, Alastair Gray, Volker Foos, Mark Lamotte, Talitha Feenstra, Patrick J O'Connor, Michael Brandle, Harry J Smolen, James C Gahn, William J Valentine, Richard F Pollock, Penny Breeze, Alan Brennan, et al.
Journal article | 2018 | Value in Health
Implementation of a whole of hospital sepsis clinical pathway in a cancer hospital: impact on sepsis management, outcomes and costs.
Karin Thursky, Senthil Lingaratnam, Jasveer Jayarajan, Gabrielle M Haeusler, Benjamin Teh, Michelle Tew, Georgina Venn, Alison Hiong, Christine Brown, Vivian Leung, Leon J Worth, Kim Dalziel, Monica A Slavin
Journal article | 2018 | BMJ Open Quality
Infection and sepsis are common problems in cancer management affecting up to 45% of patients and are associated with significant ..
The association between maternal size and outcomes for women undergoing for caesarean section: a multicentre prospective observational study (The MUM SIZE Study)
A DENNIS, M Tew, K Dalziel, P Clarke, J Lew, D Story, A Parker, E Hessian, G Teale, S Simmons, D Casalaz
Journal article | 2017 | BMJ Open
Research Fellow - Health Economics
Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health
Master of Public Health
University of Melbourne
Master of Pharmacy
University of Nottingham