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Renee Jones

Renee Jones

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Renee is a Research Assistant with the Health Services and Economics group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. In this role, she works on studies across a range of topics such as: measurement of child HRQoL (P-MIC study), childhood mental healthcare access (DCE of parent preferences), childhood asthma readmissions (cohort study), childhood adversities (large mixed methods research program), and Health Technology Assessments (HTAs).

Renee is particularly interested in paediatric health services, including value in health, PROMs, health equity, and health resource allocation.
Renee is a Research Assistant with the Health Services and Economics group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. In this role, she works on studies across a range of topics such as: measurement of child HRQoL (P-MIC study), childhood mental...
Renee is a Research Assistant with the Health Services and Economics group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. In this role, she works on studies across a range of topics such as: measurement of child HRQoL (P-MIC study), childhood mental healthcare access (DCE of parent preferences), childhood asthma readmissions (cohort study), childhood adversities (large mixed methods research program), and Health Technology Assessments (HTAs).

Renee is particularly interested in paediatric health services, including value in health, PROMs, health equity, and health resource allocation.

Top Publications

  • Bahrampour, M, Devlin, N, Jones, R, Dalziel, K, Mulhern, B, On behalf of the QUOKKA (Quality of Life in Kids: Key Evidence for Decision Makers in Australia) Team. A Comparison of the Psychometric Properties of the EQ-5D-Y-3L and EQ-5D-Y-5L Using Paediatric Multi-Instrument Comparison (P-MIC) Study Data.. Pharmacoeconomics 2024
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  • O'Loughlin, R, Jones, R, Chen, G, Mulhern, B, Hiscock, H, Devlin, N, Dalziel, K, Quality Of Life in Kids: Key evidence to strengthen decisions in Australia (QUOKKA) Project Team. Correction: Comparing the Psychometric Performance of Generic Paediatric Health‑Related Quality of Life Instruments in Children and Adolescents with ADHD, Anxiety and/or Depression.. Pharmacoeconomics 2024
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  • O'Loughlin, R, Jones, R, Chen, G, Mulhern, B, Hiscock, H, Devlin, N, Dalziel, K, Quality Of Life in Kids: Key evidence to strengthen decisions in Australia (QUOKKA) project team. Comparing the Psychometric Performance of Generic Paediatric Health-Related Quality of Life Instruments in Children and Adolescents with ADHD, Anxiety and/or Depression.. Pharmacoeconomics 2024
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  • Bailey, C, Dalziel, K, Jones, R, Hiscock, H, Devlin, NJ, Peasgood, T, Quality of Life in Kids: Key evidence to strengthen decisions in Australia (QUOKKA) Project team. The Validity of the EuroQol Health and Wellbeing Short Version (EQ-HWB-S) Instrument in Parents of Children With and Without Health Conditions.. Pharmacoeconomics 2024
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  • Jones, R, O'Loughlin, R, Xiong, X, Bahrampour, M, Devlin, N, Hiscock, H, Chen, G, Mulhern, B, Dalziel, K, Quality of Life in Kids: Key Evidence to Strengthen Decisions in Australia (QUOKKA) Project Team. Comparative Psychometric Performance of Common Generic Paediatric Health-Related Quality of Life Instrument Descriptive Systems: Results from the Australian Paediatric Multi-Instrument Comparison Study.. Pharmacoeconomics 2023
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