Pieter van Baal is a Professor of Public Health Economics. His research focuses on the methodology of cost effectiveness analyses, modeling of diseases/population health and the relation thereof with (non)medical consumption. He has extensive experience in economic evaluations of public health interventions, Markov modeling, uncertainty analyses and is the main developer of PAID (Practical Application to Include future Disease costs).
Pieter has served on the editorial boards of PLoS One, Population Health Metrics and currently is an associate editor of Value of Health.
, Carola Orrego, Marta Ballester, Monique Heymans, Estela Camus, Oliver Groene, Ena Niño de Guzman, Hector Pardo-Hernandez, Rosa Sunol, Aretj Angeliki Veroniki, Carlos Canelo-Aybar, Carola Orrego, Claudia Valli, Claudio Alfonso Rocha Calderón, Cordula Wagner, Dimitri Mavridis, Ena Niño de Guzmán, Estela Camus, Gimon de Graaf, Giorgos Seitidis, Hector Pardo-Hernandez, Jany Rademakers, Jessica Beltrán, Karla Salas, Kevin Pacheco-Barrios, Kaisa Immonen, Lyudmil Ninov, Maria Petropoulou, Marieke van der Gaag, Marta Ballester, Martine Hoogendoorn-Lips, Monique Heymans, Montserrat León, Nina Adrion, Oliver Groene, Rosa Sunol, Pablo Alonso-Coello, Pieter van Baal, Rune Poortvliet, Matthijs Michaël Versteegh, Stella Zevgiti, Jessica Zafra & Valentina Strammiello (2021) - Talking the same language on patient empowerment: Development and content validation of a taxonomy of self-management interventions for chronic conditions - Health Expectations - doi: 10.1111/hex.13303 - [link]