Dr. Patrick Moore
Patrick Moore is a Health Economics Research Fellow on the HRB funded Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement (ICE) programme on Cardiovascular Health.
Patrick holds a BComm and an MSc in Economics from University College Cork (UCC) and was a PhD scholar at the Department of Health Policy and Management in Trinity College Dublin (TCD) as part of the HRB funded Scholars Programme in Health Services Research. His PhD thesis examines the relationship between pharmaceutical expenditure, ageing and proximity to death.
Prior to joining TILDA he lectured in health economics and quantitative methods at TCD and worked as a Project Officer with the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA). His research interests are in the economics of cardiovascular disease, pharmacoeconomics, econometrics, ageing and health policy.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Moore PV, Bennett K, Normand, C. (2014). The Importance of Proximity to Death in Modelling Community Medication Expenditures for Older People: Evidence From New Zealand. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy 12(6):623-33
Moore PV, Scarlett S, Nolan A. (2017). Health Insurance and Healthcare Utilisation and Screening. In McGarrigle, C. Donoghue, O. Scarlett, S. Kenny, R.A. (eds.), Health and wellbeing: active ageing for older adults in Ireland. Evidence from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (pp. 48-73). Dublin: The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing.
Murphy C, Moore PV, McHugh S, Nolan H. (2014). Health and Social Care Utilisation in Nolan A, O’Regan C, Dooley C, Wallace D, Hever A, Cronin H, et al., editors. The over 50s in a changing Ireland: Economic circumstance, health and Well-being. Dublin: The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) (2014)
Moore PV, Richardson K, Peklar J, Galvin R, Bennett K, Kenny RA (2014). Polypharmacy in adults over 50 in Ireland: Opportunities for cost savings and improved healthcare. TILDA