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Dr Angela Bate

Senior Lecturer

Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

Angela is a Health Economist and Health Services Researcher with an interest and practical experience in undertaking economic evaluation, healthcare commissioning and priority setting, discrete choice experiments, qualitative and ethnographic research. Angela's PhD entitled "Managing Scarcity: understanding and developing healthcare commissioning" utilised quantitative and qualitative research to interrogate approaches to primary care commissioning. Before joining Northumbria University, Angela worked at Newcastle University for fourteen years and has also previously worked at York University (Centre for Health Economics), Aberdeen University (Health Economics Research Unit), and freelance for The Department of International Development (DfID), The British Council, and Save the Children UK. Angela's main research interests are around the use of economics in commissioning health services. Angela has published widely in this area as well as leading and contributing to a numbers of national funded research council, Department of Health, and NIHR research grants.  

Angela Bate

Campus Address

Room H009
Coach Lane Campus West, Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne


Health PhD September 30 2008

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Attracting, recruiting and retaining nurses and care workers working in care homes: the need for a nuanced understanding informed by evidence and theory, Devi, R., Goodman, C., Dalkin, S., Bate, A., Wright, J., Jones, L., Spilsbury, K. 1 Jul 2020, In: Age and Ageing
  • Exploring and understanding the scope and value of the Parkinson’s nurse in the UK (The USP Project), Brown, S., Dalkin, S., Bate, A., Bradford, R., Allen, C., Brittain, K., Clarke, A., Hand, A. Oct 2020, In: BMJ Open
  • Impact of emergency care centralisation on mortality and efficiency, Price, C., McCarthy, S., Bate, A., McMeekin, P. 1 Apr 2020, In: Emergency Medicine Journal
  • Information sharing challenges in end-of-life care: a qualitative study of patient, family and professional perspectives on the potential of an Electronic Palliative Care Co-ordination System, Standing, H., Patterson, B., Lee, M., Dalkin, S., Lhussier, M., Bate, A., Exley, C., Brittain, K. Oct 2020, In: BMJ Open
  • The Shared Decision for Osteoarthritis Treatments, Al-Omari, B., Bate, A., McMeekin, P. 30 Jul 2019, In: Orthopedic Research Online Journal
  • A longitudinal, observational study examining the relationships of patient satisfaction with services and mental well-being to their clinical course in young people with Type 1 diabetes mellitus during transition from child to adult health services, Gray, S., Cheetham, T., McConachie, H., Mann, K., Parr, J., Pearce, M., Colver, A., Bate, A. 1 Sep 2018, In: Diabetic Medicine
  • Characteristics of young people with long term conditions close to transfer to adult health services, Merrick, H., McConachie, H., Le Couteur, A., Mann, K., Parr, J., Pearce, M., Colver, A., Bate, A., Bennett, C., Dovey-Pearce, G., McDonagh, J., Rapley, T., Reape, D., Vale, L., Chater, N., Gleeson, H., Bem, A., Bennett, S., Billson, A., Bruce, S., Cheetham, T., Howlett, D., Huma, Z., Linden, M., Lohan, M., Macfarlane, J., Meek, M., Milne, J., Owens, J., Thalange, N. 30 Sep 2015, In: BMC Health Services Research
  • Implementing world class commissioning competencies, McCafferty, S., Williams, I., Hunter, D., Robinson, S., Donaldson, C., Bate, A. 1 Jan 2012, In: Journal of Health Services Research and Policy
  • Priority setting in healthcare, Peacock, S., Mitton, C., Ruta, D., Donaldson, C., Bate, A., Hedden, L. Oct 2010, In: Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research
  • Commissioning NHS dentistry in England, Holmes, R., Bate, A., Steele, J., Donaldson, C. Jun 2009, In: Health Policy

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