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Dr Paul Sutcliffe



Associate Professor


WMS - Population Evidence and Technologies
University of Warwick
Tel: +44(0)2476 574505

Research Interests

Research interests relate to: diabetes; health technology assessment; user involvement; child developmental disorders; e-health, mobile technology and networked communication; auditory assessment in young children; prostate, colorectal and breast cancer; and post-natal depression.


Paul graduated from the University of York in 1997. He worked in the Age and Cognitive Performance Research Centre at the University of Manchester until 2000. He completed a DPhil in Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford in 2003. Paul worked in the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) Technology Assessment Group from 2004-2008, where he undertook health technology assessments for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and the National Coordinating Centre for Health Technology Assessment (NCCHTA). Paul also worked for the Evidence-based Commissioning Collaboration (EBCC) and the Review Body for Interventional Procedures (ReBIP) where he conducted systematic reviews. Paul joined the Division of Health Sciences in May 2008, where he developed collaborative research related to primary care, mental health, diabetes, networked communication and dentistry. Paul teaches on courses in Warwick Medical School. In December 2008, Paul was appointed Senior Research Fellow in the Division of Health Sciences at Warwick Medical School. In April 2011, Paul became Deputy Director for Warwick Evidence and undertakes technology appraisals commissioned by NICE. Paul was promoted to Associate Professor in June 2012. Paul was appointed to Head of Populations, Evidence and Technologies within the Division of Health Sciences in April 2014.

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