- M.Sc., University of Bristol
- Ph.D, University of Bristol
- Grad.RIC, Liverpool College of Technology
- Information Technology in Health Care
- Health Technology Assessment
- Rehabilitation Approaches
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David Hailey is a scientist with interests in the evaluation of health technologies and health policy. He obtained his first degree (Grad. RIC) from the Liverpool College of Technology, UK and an MSc and PhD from the University of Bristol. David has had extensive experience in health technology assessment (HTA) which has involved research on many health technologies and services. This work has included involvement in experimental and observational studies, economic evaluation, systematic reviews, surveys, study quality measurement, and appraisal of the influence of assessments on decision makers. He headed HTA programs at the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research and the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Multinational activities have included projects for the International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment (INAHTA) and the Canadian Society for International Health. David is currently a Professorial Fellow at the School of Information Systems and Technology, University of Wollongong where he has participated in research on the use of information technology in residential aged care and on data quality assessment for public health information systems. Previous academic appointments have included Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta; Adjunct Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary; and Visiting Fellow, Centre for Online Health, University of Queensland.
David has published 230 articles and is an author of 183 reports for HTA and other agencies in Australia, Canada and Kazakhstan, and for INAHTA.