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Rodney P Jones

Healthcare Analysis & Forecasting, Honister Walk, Camberley, UK


Research and consultancy in healthcare - optimum bed provision and occupancy in hospitals, financial risk in healthcare, trends in health care demand. My recent project is to investigate the possibility of a new type or kind of novel sub-acute infectious immune impairment. 

Rising Emergency Admissions in the UK and the Elephant in the Room

Growth in emergency medical admissions in the UK is not following trends consistent with the assumed mechanisms of growth. Is ‘policy-based evidence’ ignoring the existence of very large outbreaks of a novel infectious agent?... Read More»

Rodney P Jones

Review Article: Epidemiology (Sunnyvale) 2016, 6: 261

DOI: 10.4172/2161-1165.1000261

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