Dr Yemi Oluboyede
Senior Research Associate
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- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 7349
- Personal Website: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/ihs/people/profile/yemi.oluboyede
- Address: Newcastle University
Newcastle upon Tyne
Yemi joined IHS in January 2014 after completing a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Leeds. This work involved the development of a preference based quality of life measure for use in economic evaluation of weight management programmes for overweight and obese adolescents. More details about this work can be found here.
Yemi’s main research interests are around economic evaluations of new health technologies and the creation of preference based measures. Yemi is particularly interested in the measurement and valuation of health outcomes for disease specific instruments for use in economic evaluation of new health technologies.
PhD Health Economics, University of Leeds (2010-2013)
MSc Economics and Health Economics (with distinction), University of Sheffield (2003-2004)
BA Business Economics (Hons), University of Liverpool (2000-2003)
Senior Research Associate, Institute of Health & Society, Newcastle University (2014)
NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, Academic Unit of Health Economics, University of Leeds (2010 - 2014)
Research Officer, Academic Unit of Health Economics, University of Leeds (2008 - 2010)
Research Associate, Health Economics and Decision Science, University of Sheffield (2005 - 2008)
Research Assistant, Health Economics and Decision Science, University of Sheffield (2004 - 2005)
Honours and Awards
NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow 2010-2013
Yemi’s research interests include:
- Economic evaluation alongside randomised controlled trials
- Measurement and valuation of health and well-being
- Incorporating well-being into outcome measurement in economic evaluation
- Development of disease specific preference based instruments
- Investigating the determinants of health and well-being
Current Research projects
Yemi is currently working on the following research projects
- Innovative photoplethysmography technology for rapid non-invasive assessment of peripheral arterial disease in primary care (The NOTEPAD study)
- Light therapy effectiveness for oral mucositis (The LiTEFORM study)
- Nasal airway obstruction study (The NAIROS study)
- EMesis in Pregnancy - Ondansetron With mEtoclopRamide (The EMPOWER study)
- Liver Investigation: Testing Marker Utility in Steatohepatitis (The LITMUS study)
- Measuring Quality of Life in the general population and Roma minority in Romania: implications for health policies and economic evaluations – QoLRO
Past Research projects
- Parental incentives and quasi-mandatory schemes for increasing uptake of immunisations in pre-school children (see: http://www.journalslibrary.nihr.ac.uk/hta/volume-19/issue-94#abstract)
- Antibiotic treatment for intermittent bladder catheterisation: A randomised controlled trial of once daily prophylaxis (The AnTIC study, see: https://research.ncl.ac.uk/antictrial/)
Current PhD students
- Sarah Hill: Identifying Appropriate Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Public Health Interventions to Meet the Information Needs of Public Health Decision-Makers. Co-Supervisors: Luke Vale, David Hunter, Emily Henderson
- Tara Homer: Identifying and Valuing Complications and other Health States associated with Liver Disease that affect patients’ quality of life. Co-Supervisors: Luke Vale, Laura Ternent
Interested in supervising projects related to:
- Measurement and valuation of health outcomes
- Discrete choice and contingent valuation
- Economic evaluation
- Co-applicant: National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) - Secondary care treatment for severe nausea and vomiting in pregnancy (EMPOWER Trial – PI: Stephen Robson, £2,070,653 (2017))
- Co-applicant: National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) - Multicentre, open label, single arm study of the safety and impact of eculizumab withdrawal in patients with atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome (PI: Neil Sheerin, £855,402 (2017))
- Co-applicant: European Commission – Innovative Medicines Initiative IMI2 Call 9 (2016) Topic 5 - Identification and validation of biomarkers for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) (LITMUS – PI: Quentin Anstee, Newcastle University component: £3,321,092 (2016/17))
- Co-applicant (Joint health economics supervisor): Individual Fellowships (H2020-MSCA-IF-2016) - Measuring Quality of Life in the general population and Roma minority in Romania: implications for health policies and economic evaluations (PI: Elena Olariu - £156,363.84 (2017))
- Co-applicant: 2016-17 Research Capability Funding - Collaborative Health Visiting, Nursing, and AlLied Health Research (CHILD, PI: Niina Kolehmainen, £45,848 (2016))
- National Institute for Health care Research (NIHR) Doctoral Research Fellowship - Developing a preference based quality of life measure for use in economic evaluation of weight management interventions aimed at the young (PI: Yemi Oluboyede, £263,870 (2009))
- Co-applicant: Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society - The effects of a pragmatic exercise therapy intervention on physical activity and important health outcomes influencing maintenance in people with multiple sclerosis (PI: John Saxton, £197,563 (2008))
- Co-applicant: Health Technology Assessment (HTA) - Randomised Assessment of Treatment using Panel Assay of Cardiac Markers. A randomised controlled trial of point-of-care cardiac markers in the emergency department (The RATPAC Trial - PI: Steve Goodacre, £716,000 (2007))
Current post-doctoral projects & funding
- Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Support Fund. Small Grant Scheme - Putting adolescents who are obese and overweight in the driving seat using participatory media. (PI: Yemi Oluboyede, £5900 (2017))
- School for Primary Care Research (SPCR FR13) - Acceptability and feasibility of a new weight specific quality of life measure as a screening tool in primary care. (PI: Yemi Oluboyede, £34,613.12 (2017))
- Health Foundation (Internal funding) - Validation of the Weight-specific Adolescent Instrument for Economic-evaluation (WAItE). (PI: Yemi Oluboyede, (£7,416 (2016))
- MSc in Public Health and Health Services Research
- Adams J, Bateman B, Becker F, Cresswell T, Flynn D, McNaughton R, Oluboyede Y, Robalino S, Ternent L, Gardner Sood B, Michie S, Shucksmith J, Sniehotta FSF, Wigham S. Effectiveness and acceptability of parental financial incentives and quasi-mandatory schemes for increasing uptake of vaccinations in preschool children: systematic review, qualitative study, and discrete choice experiment. Southampton: National Institute for Health Research, 2015. Health Technology Assessment 19 (94).
- Oluboyede Y, Hulme C, Hill A, Tsuchiya A, Hess S. A methodological exploration into the feasibility of eliciting preference values for the new 7 Item Weight-specific Adolescent Instrument for Economic evaluation (WAItE) using Discrete Choice Experiments (DCEs). Health economics study group meeting 2013.
- Oluboyede Y, Smith AB. Evidence for a unidimensional 15-item version of the CASP-19 using a Rasch model approach. Quality of Life Research 2013, 22(9), 2429-2433.
- Oluboyede Y, Tubeuf S, McCabe C. Measuring health outcomes of adolescents: report from a pilot study. European Journal of Health Economics 2013, 14(1), 11-19.
- Smith AB, Oluboyede Y, West R, Hewison J, House AO. The factor structure of the GHQ-12: the interaction between item phrasing, variance and levels of distress. Quality of Life Research 2013, 22(1), 145-152.
- Oluboyede Y, Hulme C, Hill A, Tsuchiya A. The adolescent perspective of the impact of weight status on quality of life. Health Economics Study Group Meeting 2012.
- Czoski-Murray C, Lloyd Jones M, McCabe C, Claxton K, Oluboyede Y, Roberts J, Nicholl JP, Rees A, Reilly CS, Young D, Fleming T. What is the value of routinely testing full blood count, electrolytes and urea, and pulmonary function tests before elective surgery in patients with no apparent clinical indication and in subgroups of patients with common comorbidities: a systematic review of the clinical and cost-effective literature. Health Technology Assessment 2012, 16(50), i-159.
- Hall PS, Hulme C, McCabe C, Oluboyede Y, Round J, Cameron DA. Updated cost-effectiveness analysis of trastuzumab for early breast cancer: a UK perspective considering duration of benefit, long-term toxicity and pattern of recurrence. PharmacoEconomics 2011, 29(5), 415-432.
- Waterhouse JC, Walters SJ, Oluboyede Y, Lawson RA. A randomised 2 x 2 trial of community versus hospital pulmonary rehabilitation for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease followed by telephone or conventional follow-up. Health Technology Assessment 2010, 14(6), i-140.
- Oluboyede Y, Lewis A, Ilott I, Lekka C. Estimated cost of a health visitor-led protocol for perinatal mental health. Community Practitioner 2010, 83(6), 22-25.
- Hulme C, Wright J, Crocker T, Oluboyede Y, House A. Non-pharmacological approaches for dementia that informal carers might try or access: a systematic review. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2010, 25(7), 756-763.
- Oluboyede Y, Tubeuf S. What makes Granny and Granddad happy? Life satisfaction according to gender among older adults in England. Health economics study group meeting 2009.
- Oluboyede Y, Goodacre S, Wailoo A, ESCAPE Research Team. Cost effectiveness of chest pain unit care in the NHS. BMC Health Services Research 2008, 8, 174.
- Dolan P, Oluboyede O, Roberts J. Testing models of stochastic choice in health state valuation data. Department of Economics, University of Sheffield 2005, SERPS 20050017.
- Patterson M, Rick J, Ilott I, Lekka C, Dixon S, Oluboyede Y. The contribution of nurses, midwives, and health visitors to protocol-based care, and the impact of their contribution on patient and staff outcomes, quality and costs of care. National Co-ordinating Centre for NHS Service Delivery and Organisation R&D, 2004. SDO/79/2004.
- Goodacre S, Johnson M, Mactinosh M, Oluboyede Y, Arnold J, Cross E, Lewis C, Carter A. The ESCAPE multi-centre evaluation of the role of chest pain units in the NHS. National Co-ordinating Centre for NHS Service Delivery and Organisation R&D, 2003. SDO/41/2003.
- Dolan P, Bekker H, Brennan A, Edlin R, Goyder E, Kennedy S, Michaels J, Murray C, Payne N, Ratcliffe J, Roberts J, Oluboyede Y, Shickle D, Tsuchiya A. The relative importance attached to access, equity and cost-effectiveness by people and organisations providing health services. National Co-ordinating Centre for NHS Service Delivery and Organisation R&D, 2003. SDO/36/2003.
- Oluboyede Y, Hulme C, Hill A. Development and refinement of the WAItE: a new obesity-specific quality of life measure for adolescents. Quality of Life Research 2017, 26(8), 2025-2039.
- Brennand C, von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff A, Dunn S, Wilkinson J, Chadwick T, Ternent L, Oluboyede Y, Wood R, Walton K, Fader M, N'Dow J, Abdel-Fattah M, McClurg D, Little P, Hilton P, Timoney A, Morris N, Thiruchelvam N, Lacombe J, Harrison S, Armstrong H, McColl E, Pickard R. Antibiotic treatment for intermittent bladder catheterisation with once daily prophylaxis (the AnTIC study): Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 2016, 17, 276.
- Pickard RS, Chadwick T, Oluboyede Y, Brennand C, von Willamowitz-Moellendorff A, McClurg D, Wilkinson J, Ternent L, Ainsworth H, Walton K, McColl E, Vale L, Wood R, Abdel-Fattah M, Hilton P, Fader M, Harrison S, Larcombe J, Little P, Timoney A, N'Dow J, Armstrong H, Morris N, Walker K, Thiruchelvam N. Continuous low-dose antibiotic prophylaxis to prevent urinary tract infection in adults who perform clean intermittent self-catheterisation: the AnTIC RCT. Health Technology Assessment 2018, 22(24), i-102.
- Hill SR, Vale L, Hunter D, Henderson E, Oluboyedi Y. Economic evaluations of alcohol prevention interventions: Is the evidence sufficient? A review of methodological challenges. Health Policy 2017, 121(12), 1249-1262.
- Hill S, Oluboyedi Y, Becker F. Health Economics of Obesity. In: Weaver, J, ed. Practical Guide to Obesity Medicine. St. Louis, Missouri: Elsevier, 2017.