Greg’s research is at the intersection of health economics and implementation science. He collaborates with health service providers to evaluate services and assess the factors that determine successful implementation.

Greg has over ten years’ experience with economic evaluation and health technology assessment. He has developed models for economic evaluations assessing the cost effectiveness of faecal transfusion for the treatment of recurrent Clostridium difficile, lower limb prostheses, and medical therapy of ureteric stones.

At PCCU, Greg is investigating antibiotic prescribing of GP registrars and how framing can be used to influence intention to prescribe. 

Areas of research