Aimee Maxwell
Aimee Maxwell

Position: Adjunct Research Fellow & AQoL Webmaster.

Qualifications: MPsych/PhD candidate, Bachelor of Behavioural Neuroscience (Psych Hons), Monash University. 

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Website: www.aimeemaxwell.net

Profile:  Aimee began working with the AQoL team at the Centre for Health Economics in 2007. Since joining, she has implemented the web-based survey system LimeSurvey, which the team uses extensively for data collection. Aimee manages all online data collection along with this website. She also assists with project management, statistical analysis and publications.

Aimee is a registered psychologist and is currently completing a Master of Psychology/PhD at Monash University. She is using the AQoL-8D as one of the dependent variables in her investigation into the well-being of Australian school principals. 


Publications

Maxwell, A & Riley, P. (in press). Emotional demands, emotional labour and occupational outcomes in school principals: Modelling the relationships. Educational Management Administration & Leadership (accepted 27 August 2015).

Richardson J. R.J., Khan MA, Iezzi A, Chen G, Maxwell A. (in press). Measuring the sensitivity and construct validity of six utility instruments in seven disease areas. Medical Decision Making, (accepted 21 September 2015).

Richardson, J.R.J., Khan, M.A., Iezzi, A., Maxwell, A. (2015). Comparing and explaining differences in the magnitude, content, and sensitivity of utilities predicted by the EQ-5D, SF-6D, HUI 3, 15D, QWB, and AQoL-8D multiattribute utility instruments, Medical Decision Making [P], 35(3), 276-291. doi: 10.1177/0272989X14543107 http://mdm.sagepub.com/content/35/3/276

Maxwell, A. (2014) [Review of the book Improving learning through dynamic assessment: A practical classroom resource, by F. Lauchlan & D. Carrigan]. Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist. 31(01), 82-83. doi: 10.1017/edp.2014.9

Richardson, J.R.J., Iezzi, A., Khan, M.A., Maxwell, A. (2014). Validity and reliability of the Assessment of Quality of Life (AQoL)-8D multi-attribute utility instrument, The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research [P], 7(1), 85-96. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs40271-013-0036-x

Schlander, M., Khan, M.A., Iezzi, A., Maxwell, A., & Richardson, J.R.J. (2013). QL3 – The measurement of health-related quality of life: German findings from the Multi-Instrument Comparison (MIC) study. Value in Health, 16, A330. doi: 10.1016/j.jval.2013.08.045

Richardson J. R.J., Sinha K, Iezzi A & Maxwell A. (2012). Maximising health versus sharing: Measuring preferences for the allocation of the health budget.  Social Science & Medicine, 75(8), 1351-1361. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2012.05.036.

 

Unreferreed Reports and Research Papers

Research Paper 92 - Richardson J, Iezzi A, Maxwell, A. (2015). A comparison of 3 framings of the Relative Social Willingness to Pay (RS-WTP) instrument for assessing the effect of a patient’s age upon the valuation of improved health. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 91 - Richardson J, Iezzi A, Maxwell, A. (2014). Why health insurance should reimburse some cost ineffective services: Results from a pilot study. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 85 - Richardson, J, Khan, MA, Iezzi, A, Maxwell, A. Cross-national comparison of twelve quality of life instruments, MIC Paper 7: Germany. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 83 - Richardson, J, Khan, MA, Iezzi, A, Maxwell, A. Cross-national comparison of twelve quality of life instruments, MIC Paper 6: Norway. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 82 - Richardson, J, Khan, MA, Iezzi, A, Maxwell, A. Cross-national comparison of twelve quality of life instruments, MIC Paper 5: Canada. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 81 - Richardson, J, Khan, MA, Iezzi, A, Maxwell, A. Cross-national comparison of twelve quality of life instruments, MIC Paper 4: USA. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 80 - Richardson, J, Khan, MA, Iezzi, A, Maxwell, A. Cross-national comparison of twelve quality of life instruments, MIC Paper 3: United Kingdom. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 78 - Richardson, J, Iezzi, A, Khan, MA, Maxwell, A. Cross-national comparison of twelve quality of life instruments, MIC Paper 2: Australia. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 76 - Richardson, J, Iezzi, A, Maxwell, A. Cross-national comparison of twelve quality of life instruments: MIC Paper 1 Background, questions, instruments. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 75 - Richardson, J, Maxwell, A, Khan, MA, Iezzi, A. Health system related trade-offs: Survey results using the Conflict Scale. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 74 - Richardson, J, Maxwell, A, Khan, MA, Iezzi, A. The myth of maximisation: Quantifying trade-offs between social objectives using the Conflict Scale. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Research Paper 72 - Richardson, J, Khan, MA, Chen, G, Iezzi A, Maxwell, A. Population norms and Australian profile using the Assessment of Quality of Life (AQoL) 8D utility instrument. Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Melbourne.

Richardson J, Iezzi A, Khan M, Maxwell A. (2010). The Assessment of Quality of Life Suite of Instruments: User guide