Rapid Diagnostic Testing for COVID-19 in a Fully Vaccinated Population: Rapid Systematic Review
- Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) through COVID-END
To (1) look for evidence pertaining to effectiveness of rapid diagnostic testing and international guidance on rapid diagnostic testing in fully vaccinated population; and (2) retrieve information on the social and economic considerations with rapid diagnostic testing when there is high vaccine uptake.
Rapid Systematic Review
Dr. Mitton is a Professor in the School of Population and Public Health and Senior Scientist at the Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Evaluation. Dr. Mitton’s research is focused on the application of health economics to impact health policy and to inform clinical practice. He has worked extensively with health authorities in numerous countries on the development and implementation of priority setting and resource allocation processes.
He is the lead author on a book titled “The Priority Setting Toolkit: a guide to the use of economics in health care priority setting” and is the lead or co-author on more than 170 peer reviewed journal articles. In addition, he has delivered over 200 presentations across many different countries and regularly runs workshops and short courses on health economics and health care priority setting.
In 2015, he was awarded a Killam Teaching Prize from the University of British Columbia.