Michael Dewey

I work as a freelance consultant in health research. I offer services through the full range of design and analysis of quantitative studies. This page links to pages which give more details about my work, skills, and experience.

Skills summary

Details about the range of areas in which I have worked and a skills summary available here. My ORCID account is here

Successful publication record (over 200 articles in refereed journals) and awarded substantial research funds. A full list of publications is available. Note that the impact factors quoted there are the average impact factor over the last few years and may refer to the successor of the journal in which the publication appeared. Citation counts are taken from Web of Science. At October 2020 my h-number was 70: 70 of my publications had been cited 70 times or more. See bibliometrics pages for more details and some comments on citation counts.


I am an Emeritus Professor at King's College London associated with the Department of Heath Service and Population Research. My main research area over time has been the epidemiology of mental health in older people and has involved membership of a number of international multi-centre collaborations.

Other research

Some links about meta-analysis available here.

I have research interests in mortality and psychiatric illness. Lists of publications and slides of some talks are available here.

I maintain a set of pages about the Italian mathematician Carlo Emilio Bonferroni and some other useful historical links

I am a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and a statistical advisor to PLoS Medicine.

What's new?

Recent changes

Contact details

More details about how to contact me and send me files available here.

This page was last modified in July 2019