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Tim Jones is a Senior Research Associate using quantitative methods in Applied Data Science, Health Economics and Epidemiology. Tim's interest has always been in using knowledge to increase the common good. This has taken many forms: helping to provide internet services to schools and universities; supporting adults with learning disabilities to live independently in the community; experimental research into the powerhouse of our thinking - working memory; and epidemiological analysis of large, routinely-collected, health datasets within the NHS.

Tim has continued this approach at NIHR ARC West, contributing to a broad range of applied health research projects in collaborations between academia, the NHS, local authorities, and third sector organisations. A recent focus of research has been around optimal care - using NHS resources wisely, and reducing the use of clinical procedures of limited cost effectiveness. He is involved in maintaining the university licence for primary care data (CPRD) and secondary care data (HES) and supporting other researchers at the university to use these datasets. He is a member of the NIHR Applied Statistics routine data group.

Tim has taught on Bristol Medical School short courses on survival analysis, STATA programming, and Questionnaire Design; NIHR ARC West training courses on Basic Statistics and Health Economics; and modules about propensity scores and health economics on the Masters courses in Epidemiology and Public Health.



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