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Dr. Peter May

Research Fellow (Public Health & Primary Care)
3/4 FOSTER PLACE


Economist and health scientist focusing on care for people with serious medical illness and complex needs. I design, run and analyse evaluations of interventions for patients and their families. In addition to our studies in Ireland, I collaborate extensively with research groups in the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe and elsewhere.
  End-of-life care   HEALTH ECONOMICS   multimorbidity   PALLIATIVE CARE
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International Health Economics Association (iHEA)
Health Economics Association of Ireland (HEAI)
Academy Health
All-Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care Research Network (PCRN)
JB Cassel, C Normand, MM Garrido, E Del Fabbro, D Noreika, N Skoro, P May, Impact of Specialist Palliative Care on Hospital Readmissions: A "Competing Risks" Analysis to Take Mortality into Account, EAPC Research Congress, Bern, Switzerland, May, 2018, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
P May, C Normand, Patterns and Determinants of Healthcare Use in the Last Year of Life among Older Adults in Ireland: Results from The Irish LongiDinal Study on Ageing (TILDA), EAPC Research Congress, Bern, Switzerland, May, 2018, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
JB Cassel, C Normand, MM Garrido, E Del Fabbro, D Noreika, N Skoro, P May, Impact of Specialist Palliative Care on Hospital Readmissions: A "Competing Risks" Analysis to Take Mortality into Account, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Boston, MA, March, 2018, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
May P, Normand C, Cassel JB, Del Fabbro E, Fine RL, Menz R, Morrison CA, Penrod JD, Robinson C, Morrison RS., Economics of Palliative Care for Hospitalized Adults With Serious Illness: A Meta-analysis., JAMA internal medicine, 2018, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
May P, Cassel JB, Economic outcomes in palliative and end-of-life care: current state of affairs, Ann Palliat Med, 7, ((Suppl 3)), 2018, pS244 - S248, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
May P, Garrido MM, Del Fabbro E, Noreika D, Normand C, Skoro N, Cassel JB, Does modality matter? Palliative care units associated with more cost-avoidance than consultations., Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 55, (3), 2018, p766 - 774, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Chang S, May P, Goldstein NE, Wisnivesky J, Rosenzweig K, Morrison RS, Dharmarajan KV., A Palliative Radiation Oncology Consult Service's Impact on Care of Advanced Cancer Patients., Journal of palliative medicine, 21, (4), 2018, p438 - 444, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Chang S, May P, Goldstein NE, Wisnivesky J, Ricks D, Fuld D, Aldridge M, Rosenzweig K, Morrison RS, Dharmarajan KV, A Palliative Radiation Oncology Consult Service Reduces Total Costs During Hospitalization., Journal of pain and symptom management, 2018, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
McCarron M, Lombard-Vance R, Murphy E, O'Donovan MA, Webb N, Sheaf G, McCallion P, Stancliffe R, Normand C, Smith V, May P, Quality of life outcomes and costs associated with moving from congregated settings to community living arrangements for people with intellectual disability: An evidence review, Dublin, Health Research Board, September, 2018, 94, Notes: [The Systematic Review is relevant to the public policy of deinstitutionalisation of adults with intellectual disabilities (ID). ], Report, PUBLISHED  URL
May P, Normand C, Morrison RS, Economics of palliative care for hospital inpatients with serious illness: Meta analysis of current evidence, Academy Health ARM, New Orleans, LA, June, 2017, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
  

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P May, Economics of palliative care: some key concepts, National Palliative Care Research Center Fellowship Program, New York, NY (Webinar), March, 2018, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
P May, High costs in end-of-life care: Revisiting economic interpretations, International Health Economics Association webinar, November 30th, 2018, 2018, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
P May, Economics of palliative care: understanding and interpreting evidence on costs and resource use, Hospice UK Annual Conference, Liverpool, England, November, 2017, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
P May, Economics of palliative care: expanding our scope of enquiry, EAPC Congress, Madrid, Spain, May, 2017, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
P May, C McGarrigle, C Normand, The end of life experience of older adults in Ireland, Dublin, TILDA, Trinity College Dublin, December, 2017, Report, PUBLISHED
P May, Analysis of healthcare utilization data: some practical considerations for investigators in palliative care, National Palliative Care Research Center Fellowship Program, New York, NY (Webinar), February, 2016, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
P May, Some basic principles of economic evaluation, Annual Kathleen Foley Retreat, Quebec, Canada, October, 2016, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED

  

Economics of health care for people with serious medical illness and complex needs. Key skills: modelling cost data, estimating treatment effects, analysing observational data, research design, causal inference, propensity scoring.