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19982020

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Personal profile

Research interests

I am an academic scholar in Operational Research/Management Science conducting analytical rigorous but highly applied research that generates both academic and practical impact. Working in close collaboration with clinicians and healthcare professionals I develop and apply rigorous methods to help better plan and deliver care services. I am also interested in the evaluation of the likely impact of healthcare interventions and policy initiatives using mathematical modelling and computer simulation. More recently, I have (humbly) ventured into qualitative and ethnographic research methods as and when appropriate. I have worked on a large number of problems in health and care ranging from the monitoring of surgical site infections to the organisation of care services for patients with acute stroke, glaucoma, common mental health problems, vague symptoms of cancer and others.

Willing to supervise doctoral students

I welcome enquiries from potential PhD students in the areas of operational research / management science applied to health care problems and in systems modelling and simulation.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy

19992003

External positions

Visiting Scholar, Stanford University

1 Feb 202030 Jun 2020

Associate Director, Health Data Research UK South-West

2020 → …

Honorary appointment, NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG

2019 → …

External examiner, Post-graduate taught programmes, London Business School

2018 → …

Member, Committee of Professors of Operational Research

2017 → …

Non-executive director (Trustee), Designability

2014 → …

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Projects

Research Output

Development of a discrete event simulation model for evaluating strategies of red blood cell provision following mass casualty events

Glasgow, S. M., Perkins, Z. B., Tai, N. R., Brohi, K. & Vasilakis, C., 1 Oct 2018, In : European Journal of Operational Research. 270, 1, p. 362-374 13 p.

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    Analysing barriers to service improvement using a multi-level theory of innovation: the case of glaucoma outpatient clinics

    Turner, S., Vasilakis, C., Utley, M., Foster, P., Kotecha, A. & Fulop, N. J., 1 May 2018, In : Sociology of Health and Illness. 40, 4, p. 654-669 16 p.

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    Systems modelling and simulation in health service design, delivery and decision making

    Pitt, M., Monks, T., Crowe, S. & Vasilakis, C., Jan 2016, In : BMJ Quality and Safety. 25, 1, p. 38-45 9 p.

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    Modelling toolkit to assist with introducing a stepped care system design in mental health care

    Vasilakis, C., Pagel, C., Gallivan, S., Richards, D., Weaver, A. & Utley, M., 1 Jul 2013, In : Journal of the Operational Research Society. 64, 7, p. 1049-1059

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    Are medical outliers associated with worse patient outcomes? A retrospective study within a regional NHS hospital using routine data

    Stylianou, N., Fackrell, R. & Vasilakis, C., 1 May 2017, In : BMJ Open. 7, e015676.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
    6 Citations (Scopus)

    Thesis

    An exploration of standardised processes in a knowledge-intensive healthcare operation: Implementing the acute stroke care ‘pathway

    Author: Frangeskou, M., 30 May 2018

    Supervisor: Vasilakis, C. (Supervisor) & Lewis, M. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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