Sebastian Hinde

Senior Research Fellow

Seb Hinde is a member of the YH ARC Health Economics, Evaluation and Equality (HEEE) Theme and Senior Research Fellow in the Centre of Health Economics at the University of York.
“I’ve expertise in economic evaluation, methodological and applied as well as cost-effectiveness models covering a range of disease areas and proficiency in trial design and NIHR funding streams. I’ve extensive experience working with local decision makers in conducting economic evaluation and translating existing evidence as well as experience in lung cancer screening, obesity, cardiac rehabilitation, integrated care, children community nursing, scaphoid fractures, NHS health checks, regenerative medicine and psoriasis”.

Sebastian Hinde's latest projects

The impact of Covid-19 on unrelated urgent and emergency presentations

Our Urgent and Emergency Care theme and Health Economics, Equality and Evaluation theme are collaborating to explore how admissions to the Emergency Department (ED) for both serious and less urgent...

Hull Pharmacy Technician

In 2019 Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust (HTFT) introduced a ward-based Pharmacy Technicians to their mental health inpatient units. The aim of the Pharmacy Technicians was to influence a wide...

Exploration of non-urgent attendances at urgent care centres using ECDS

Emergency Care departments around the country are struggling under the level of people that are seeking care by attending them. Previous research has show that a large proportion of people...

Sebastian Hinde's latest publications

Mapping functions for the PHQ-9 and GAD-7 to generate EQ-5D-3L for economic evaluation

Methods of assessing value for money of UK-based early childhood public health interventions: A systematic literature review

Other Team members

Tracey Young

Theme Co-Lead

Laura Bojke

Theme Co-Lead

Sarah Fewkes

Theme Administrator