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Dr Gill Norman

Programme Lead - Medicines

Gill is a Principal Research Associate in Medicines and Evidence Synthesis and leads the Medicines Programme within the Innovation Observatory. She is a methodologist with expertise in evidence synthesis in health and social care and has a PhD in psychology from Durham University. 

She was previously at the University of Manchester where she led the Greater Manchester Applied Research Collaboration rapid evidence synthesis programme and was an editor and methodologist with Cochrane Wounds, leading multiple Cochrane reviews.  Before this she was based at the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination at the University of York where she contributed to the Health Technology Assessment programme as well as single and multiple technology appraisals for NICE.  

As well as Cochrane reviews she has experience of reviews using a wide range of approaches, including scoping and rapid reviews as well as overviews of reviews and prognostic and other non-intervention reviews. She is particularly interested in ways of considering the certainty of evidence in evidence syntheses where information may be sparse, and in considerations of context and equity in evaluation of innovations. 

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