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  • Centre for Health Economics
    University of York
    Heslington
    York
    YO10 5DD

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Mr. Paul Revill

Senior Research Fellow

  1. 2019
  2. Targeting and Vaccine Durability Are Key for Population-level Impact and Cost-Effectiveness of a Pox-Protein HIV Vaccine Regimen in South Africa

    Selinger, C., Bershteyn, A., Dimitrov, DT., Adamson, BJS., Revill, P., Hallett, T., Phillips, AN., Bekker, LG., Rees, H. & Gray, G., 10 Apr 2019

    Article in Vaccine

  3. The impact and cost-effectiveness of community-based HIV self-testing in sub-Saharan Africa. A health economic and modelling analysis

    Cambiano, V., Johnson, C., Hatzold, K., Terris-Prestholt, F., Haheswaran, H., Thirumurthy, H., Figueroa, C., Cowan, F., Sibanda, E., Ncube, G., Revill, P., Corbett, L., Baggaley, R. & Phillips, A., 25 Mar 2019

    Article in Journal of the international aids society

  4. The impact and cost-effectiveness of combined HIV prevention scenarios among transgender women sex-workers in Lima, Peru: a mathematical modelling study

    Bórquez, A., Guanira, J. V., Revill, P., Caballero, P., Silva-Santisteban, A., Kelly, S., Salazar, X., Bracamonte, P., Minaya, P., Hallett, T. B. & Cáceres, C. F., 22 Jan 2019

    Article in The Lancet Public Health

  5. Incorporating concerns for equity into health resource allocation: A guide for practitioners

    Love-Koh, J., Griffin, S., Kataika, E., Revill, P., Sibandze, S. & Walker, S. M., 21 Jan 2019, York, 20 p. (CHE Research Paper).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  6. 2018
  7. Recommendations for the development of a health sector resource allocation formula in Malawi

    McGuire, F., Revill, P., Twea, P., Mohan, S., Manthalu, G. & Smith, P. C., Dec 2018, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 40 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 159).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  8. Risks and benefits for use of dolutegravir-based antiretroviral drug regimens in sub Saharan Africa: a modelling study

    Phillips, A., Venter, F., Havlir, D., Pozniak, A., Kuritzkes, D., Wensing, A., Lundgren, J., De Luca, A., Pillay, D., Mellors, J., Cambiano, V., Bansi-Matharu, L., Nakagawa, F., Kalua, T., Jahn, A., Apollo, T., Mugurungi, O., Clayden, P., Gupta, R., Barnabas, R. & 4 othersRevill, P., Cohn, J., Bertagnolio, S. & Calmy, A., 29 Nov 2018

    Article in The Lancet HIV

  9. Fresh money for health? The (false?) promise of “innovative financing” for health in Malawi

    Chansa, C., Mwase, T., Matsebula, T., Kandoole, P., Revill, P., Makumba, J-B. & Lindelow, M., 29 Oct 2018

    Article in Health Systems & Reform

  10. Economic analysis of vaccination programs

    Mauskopf, J., Standaert, B., Connolly, M. P., Culyer, A. J., Garrison, L. P., Hutubessy, R., Jit, M., Pitman, R., Revill, P. & Severens, J. L., 1 Oct 2018

    Article in Value in Health

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