Dr Jing Shen
Senior Research Associate (Health Economics)
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 7905
- Address: Institute of Health and Society
Newcastle upon Tyne
Dr Jing Shen is a health economist based in the Health Economics Group within the Institute of Health & Society. Her work lies primarily within the following areas of health economics: the application of econometric methods to investigate health inequalities; economic evaluation of healthcare technologies; and the application of preference elicitation methods, such as time trade-off, standard gamble and discrete choice experiment, in patient outcome valuations. She also has a special interest in applying health economics in oral health research.
PhD in Health Economics, Newcastle University, UK
Title of PhD thesis: Inequalities in Health and Happiness in Great Britain
MSc in Health Economics, University of York, UK
BSc in Economics, East China Jiaotong University, China
Professional Body Memberships
International Health Economics Association
Health Economists' Study Group
Associate Practitioner of the Higher Education Academy
Member of the Newcastle University Faculty of Medical Sciences Ethics Committee
Jing's research interests include:
- economic evaluations alongside clinical trials
- preference elicitation methods, such as time trade off, standard gamble and discrete choice experiment
- the understanding of socioeconomic inequalities in health and wellbeing/happiness through the application of statistical and econometric techniques using large data sets.
Jing has a special research interest in the application of health economics in oral health research, in particular, in the measuring of oral health outcomes, understanding socioeconomic inequalities in oral health, how oral health inequalities impact on individuals over the life-course, and the implications for policy and organisation of oral health services.
Jing is interested in supervising prospective MSc, PhD students wishing to conduct research in the areas of applying health economics in oral health and preference elicitation methods.
2017-2023, SPRING - Seizure Prophylaxis IN Glioma, NIHR HTA, Co-Investigator, £1,696,740
2017 – 2023, Does "Mellow Babies" improve the psychosocial health of mothers and their children? The Mellow Babies Trial, NIHR PHR, Co-Investigator, £1,182,314
2017 – 2020, Can H-Ts maintain the oral health of routine low-risk dental recall patients in "high-street" dental practices: a pilot study, NIHR HS&DR, Co-Investigator, £402,378
2017, Clinical system-generated alerts to improve GP practice for patients with low health literacy and numeracy: a feasibility study, NIHR School for Primary Care Research, Co-Investigator, £51,398
2016, Health economics analysis comparing 3M single visit crowns and conventional crowns, 3M Deutschland GmbH, Germany, Principal Investigator, £17,199
2015, Deriving insights into oral health inequalities across Europe: Comparing the UK with other European countries, Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Support Fund Small Grant Offering (Research), Principal Investigator, £3,100
2013-2014, Investigating socioeconomic inequalities in oral health using the Adult Dental Health Survey. ESRC. Co-Investigator; £155,959
2013-2015, SURAB -Willingness of clinicians and patients to randomise into a study comparing ablation with active surveillance, in the management of incidentally diagnosed small renal tumours: a feasibility study. NIHR HTA. Co-Investigator; £321,366
2006 – 2010, Health Foundation PhD Studentship
Raul Palacio Rodriguez (2012-2016) Thesis title: Caries Prevention in Chile: an epidemiological, econometric and economic evaluation; Funder: Chile government
Tomos Robinson (2013 - 2017) Thesis title: Exploring Inequalities in Child Cognitive Ability, Psychological Well-Being and Risky Health Behaviours; Funder: Health Foundation
Matthew Little (2013 - ) Thesis title: Financial Expectations and Health; Funder: Health Foundation
Health Economics module (Equity and equality in health and health care, Valuation and measurement of health outcomes), MSc in Public Health and Health Services Research
- Stoniute J, Mott D, Shen J. Challenges in Valuing Temporary Health States for Economic Evaluation: A Review of Empirical Applications of the Chained Time Trade-Off Method. Value in Health 2017, epub ahead of print.
- Shen J, Listl S. Investigating social inequalities in older adults’ dentition and the role of dental service use in 14 European countries. The European Journal of Health Economics 2017, Epub ahead of print.
- Wright SE, Thomas K, Watson G, Baker C, Bryant A, Chadwick TJ, Shen J, Wood R, Wilkinson J, Mansfield L, Stafford V, Wade C, Furneval J, Henderson A, Hugill K, Howard P, Roy A, Bonner S, Baudouin S. Intensive versus standard physical rehabilitation therapy in the critically ill (EPICC): a multicentre, parallel-group, randomised controlled trial. Thorax 2017, (ePub ahead of Print).
- Listl S, Broadbent J, Thomson MT, Stock C, Shen J, Steele J, Wildman J, Heilmann A, Watt RG, Tsakos G, Peres MA, van der Heijden G, Jurges H. Childhood socioeconomic conditions and teeth in older adulthood: evidence from SHARE wave 5. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 2017, Epub ahead of print.
- Durham J, Shen J, Breckons M, Steele JG, Araujo-Soares V, Exley C, Vale L. Healthcare Cost and Impact of Persistent Orofacial Pain: The DEEP Study Cohort. Journal of Dental Research 2016, 95(10), 1147-1154.
- Stock C, Jürges H, Shen J, Bozorgmehr K, Listl S. A comparison of tooth retention and replacement across 15 countries in the over-50s. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 2016, 44(3), 223-231.
- Steele J, Shen J, Tsakos G, Fuller E, Morris S, Watt R, Guarnizo-Herreño C, Wildman J. The Interplay between Socioeconomic Inequalities and Clinical Oral Health. Journal of Dental Research 2014.
- Hilton P, Armstrong N, Brennand C, Howel D, Shen J, Bryant A, Tincello DG, Lucas MG, Buckley BS, Chapple CR, Homer T, Vale L, McColl E. A mixed methods study to assess the feasibility of a randomized controlled trial of invasive urodynamic testing versus clinical assessment and non-invasive tests prior to surgery for stress urinary incontinence in women: the INVESTIGATE-I study. Trials 2015, 16, 400.
- Hilton P, Bryant A, Howel D, McColl E, Shen J, Homer T, Vale L, Buckley BS, Lucas MG, Tincello DG, Armstrong N. Letter to the editor re: Assessing professional equipoise and views about a future clinical trial of invasive urodynamics prior to surgery for stress urinary incontinence in women: A survey within a mixed methods feasibility study. Neurourol Urodyn. 2012;31(8):1223-30. Neurourology and Urodynamics 2016, 35(6), 750-751.
- Clarke M, Hogan V, Buck D, Shen J, Powell C, Speed C, Tiffin P, Sloper J, Taylor R, Nassar M, Joyce K, Beyer F, Thomson R, Vale L, McColl E, Steen N. An external pilot study to test the feasibility of a randomised controlled trial comparing eye muscle surgery against active monitoring for childhood intermittent exotropia [X(T)]. Health Technology Assessment 2015, 19(39).
- Stephenson R, Carnell S, Johnson N, Brown R, Wilkinson J, Mundy A, Payne S, Watkin N, N'Dow J, Sinclair A, Rees R, Barclay S, Cook J, Goulao B, MacLennan G, McPherson G, Jackson M, Rapley T, Shen J, Vale L, Norrie J, McColl E, Pickard R. Open urethroplasty versus endoscopic urethrotomy - clarifying the management of men with recurrent urethral stricture (the OPEN trial): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 2015, 16, 600.
- Thomas K, Wright SE, Watson G, Baker C, Stafford V, Wade C, Chadwick TJ, Mansfield L, Wilkinson J, Shen J, Deverill M, Bonner S, Hugill K, Howard P, Henderson A, Roy A, Furneval J, Baudouin SV. Extra Physiotherapy in Critical Care (EPICC) Trial Protocol: a randomised controlled trial of intensive versus standard physical rehabilitation therapy in the critically ill. BMJ Open 2015, 5(5), e008035.
- Hilton P, Armstrong N, Brennand C, Howel D, Shen J, Bryant A, Tincello DG, Lucas MG, Buckley BS, Chapple CR, Homer T, Vale L, McColl E. INVESTIGATE-I (INVasive Evaluation before Surgical Treatment of Incontinence Gives Added Therapeutic Effect?): a mixed methods study to assess the feasibility of a future randomised controlled trial of invasive urodynamic testing prior to surgery for stress urinary incontinence in women. Health Technology Assessment 2015, 19(15).
- Hilton P, Armstrong N, Brennand C, Howel D, Shen J, Bryant A, Tincello DG, Lucas MG, Buckley BS, Chapple CR, Homer T, McColl E. A mixed methods study to assess the feasibility of a future randomised controlled trial of invasive urodynamic testing prior to surgery for urinary incontinence in women. International Urogynecology Journal & Pelvic Floor Dysfunction 2014, 25(1), S182-S183.
- Guarnizo-Herreño GC, Watt RG, Fuller E, Steele JG, Shen J, Morris S, Wildman J, Tsakos G. Socioeconomic position and subjective oral health: findings for the adult population in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. BMC Public Health 2014, 14, 827.
- Hilton P, Armstrong N, Brennand C, Howel D, Shen J, Bryant A, Tincello DG, Lucas MG, Buckley BS, Chapple CR, Homer T, McColl E. A mixed methods study to assess the feasibility of a future randomised controlled trial of invasive urodynamic testing prior to surgery for stress urinary incontinence in women. Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery 2014, 20(4(supp.1)), S106-S107.
- Gelli A, Espejo F, Shen J, Kristjansson E. Putting it all together: Aggregating impacts of school-feeding programmes on education, health and nutrition: two proposed methodologies. UNU-WIDER Working Paper series 2014, WP/2014/036, 1-16.
- Shen J, Wildman J, Steele J. Measuring and decomposing oral health inequalities in an UK population. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 2013, 41(6), 481-489.
- Wildman J, Shen J. What Impact Does Income Inequality Have on Individual Health?. In: Cuyler, T, ed. Encyclopedia of Health Economics. Elsevier, 2013. In Press.
- Trapero-Bertran M, Mistry H, Shen J, Fox-Rushby J. A systematic review and meta-analysis of WTP values: the case of malaria control interventions. Health Economics 2013, 22(41), 428-450.
- Martin N, Newbury-Birch D, Duckett J, Mason H, Shen J, Shevills C, Kaner E. A retrospective analysis of the nature, extent and cost of alcohol-related emergency calls to the ambulance service in an English region. Alcohol and Alcoholism 2012, 47(2), 191-197.
- Buck D, McColl E, Powell CJ, Shen J, Sloper J, Steen N, Taylor R, Tiffin P, Vale L, Clarke MP. Surgery versus Active Monitoring in Intermittent Exotropia (SamExo): study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials 2012, 13, 192.
- Murdoch M, McColl EM, Howel D, Deverill M, Buckley B, Lucas M, Chapple CR, Tincello DG, Armstrong N, Brennand C, Shen J, Vale L, Hilton P. INVESTIGATE-I (INVasive Evaluation before Surgical Treatment of Incontinence Gives Added Therapeutic Effect?): study protocol for a mixed methods study to assess the feasibility of a future randomised controlled trial of the clinical utility of invasive urodynamic testing. Trials 2011, 12(1), 169.
- Homer T, Vale L, Shen J, Hilton P. Cost-Utility And Value Of Information (Voi) Analyses On The Feasibility Of A Future Randomised Controlled Trial (Rct) Of Invasive Urodynamic Testing Prior To Surgery For Stress Urinary Incontinence In Women. In: ISPOR 17th Annual European Congress. 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier.
- Kamali F, Wynne H, Kesteven P, Hanley J, Shen J, McCafferty S. Improving the safety and efficacy of anticoagulation therapy for thromboembolic disease through Vitamin K. NIHR-RfPB, 2013. NIHR-RfPB Final Report.
- Spence S, Shen J, Delve J, White M, Vale L, Adamson AJ. An evaluation of the effect of the New School Food Policy on children's nutritional intake and socio-economic consequences in North East England. In: 56th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Social Medicine. 2012, London: BMJ Group.
- Vale L, Adamson A, Critchley J, Rushton S, Kelly S, Shen J, Shirley M, Mason H, Donaldson C, Armstrong N. Economic evaluation: evaluating the short-term impacts of the school food policy and experimental modelling of longer term impacts. London: Newcastle University and the University of Stirling as part of the Public Health Research Consortium, 2011. B5-07A.
- Marson AG, Al-Kharusi AM, Alwaidh M, Appleton R, Baker GA, Chadwick DW, Cramp C, Cockerell OC, Cooper PN, Doughty J, Eaton B, Gamble C, Goulding PJ, Howell SJ, Hughes A, Jackson M, Jacoby A, Kellett M, Lawson GR, Leach JP, Nicolaides P, Roberts R, Shackley P, Shen J, Smith DF, Smith PE, Smith CT, Vanoli A, Williamson PR. The SANAD study of effectiveness of carbamazepine, gabapentin, lamotrigine, oxcarbazepine, or topiramate for treatment of partial epilepsy: an unblinded randomised controlled trial. Lancet 2007, 369(9566), 1000-1015.
- Marson AG, Al-Kharusi AM, Alwaidh M, Appleton R, Baker GA, Chadwick DW, Cramp C, Cockerell OC, Cooper PN, Doughty J, Eaton B, Gamble C, Goulding PJ, Howell SJ, Hughes A, Jackson M, Jacoby A, Kellett M, Lawson GR, Leach JP, Nicolaides P, Roberts R, Shackley P, Shen J, Smith DF, Smith PE, Smith CT, Vanoli A, Williamson PR. The SANAD study of effectiveness of valproate, lamotrigine, or topiramate for generalised and unclassifiable epilepsy: an unblinded randomised controlled trial. Lancet 2007, 369(9566), 1016-1026.