Contact

I can be contacted at:

drterryflynn {at} gmail {dot} com

18 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Frances

    Hi Terry, I checked this out for the first time (I didn’t know of it until recently), and it’s great! I’m catching up on the last…many months of what’s been happening there, and I hope that you contract works out for you, and reflects what you have earned and deserve. Will keep track of you from time to time, and hope to catch up with everyone for a frangelico friday or something 😉

    Enjoy your time in the UK! Play as hard as you work 🙂 Take care
    Frances x
    Ps. would you consider getting a cat for your apartment? lol

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  2. Matthew Franklin

    Dear Terry
    I have attempted emailing you on your old email address, which I have now discovered has been deleted. I have been searching for papers that have tested the construct validity of the ICECAP-O as part of the literature review of my PhD thesis. I have come across a paper titled “Change in capability-related quality of life resulting from hip or knee replacement: results from a cohort study using the ICECAP-O instrument” on the University of South Australia’s website, but the paper does not have a formal date of being uploaded to the website or a disclosure as an unpublished paper to not describe the results.

    I just want to check if I am ok to describe the results from this paper within my thesis, and if I am, what is the date (year is the only thing I really need) this paper was written and uploaded, and is there any plans to formally publish the paper?

    Apologise if this not the usual comment you get on your private page, but it was the only way I could find to contact you.

    Kind regards

    Matt Franklin
    Health Economist and PhD student

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    1. admin Post author

      Hi Matt,
      Unfortunately I haven no authority to endorse or not this paper – we had no luck publishing and I gave it over to a co-author (Paul Dieppe) to try to get it published. So it’s really quotable only as an unpublished paper – neither UniSA not UTS have the final version. Try contacting Paul Dieppe (Exeter) if you want revised version.

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  3. Fran

    Hi Terry,
    Wondering if you could give me a shout with your contact details – I gather much has changed since we saw each other last (!!) and it would be good to catch up on everything. Also, I’ve been asked about a project you were involved with putting together and wondered if we could chat about it…
    Hope all is well with you despite the significant changes.
    Fran x

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  4. Kaely Woods

    Hi Terry. Hope things are going well for you – i am looking forward to seeing the book, although i am keen for some pointers on BWS 2 for my proposed field research around Aboriginal cultural practice. I have some very specific questions about appropriate design I would like to ask if you can contact me.
    Cheers
    kaely

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  5. Federico Girosi

    hi Terry, I was trying to get in touch with you but I lost your e-mail!
    thanks
    federico

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  6. Tsung Yu

    Hi Terry,

    Hope you are doing well. Not sure if you remembered me. I contacted you about a year ago on a BWS project at Johns Hopkins. We finished the project and would like to ask for your inputs. It seems that this is the only way that I can contact you now. Hope to hear from you soon!
    Cheers,
    Tsung

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    1. admin Post author

      Hi
      I am not working June and July – drop me another message at start of August and we’ll take it from there.
      Cheers
      Terry

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      1. Tsung Yu

        Hi Terry,

        Thank you for your response. Sorry to bug you! Will contact you in August.

        Thanks, Tsung

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  7. Barbara DeSanto

    Hi Terry:
    I know you are on sabbatical, but I am working on a global PR Congress with Dr. Danny Moss at the University of Chester UK and Professor Harold Herrera at the University of Costa Rica. We would like to have you contribute about Canadian public relations history and trends. Could you please send me your email address so I can send you the outline of what I’m doing? It would involve a 20-minute videotaped social media session on Skype or Zoom or some such technology.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best wishes,
    Barb DeSanto
    A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications
    Kansas State University
    Manhattan, Kansas 66505
    785-554-3718
    barbdesanto@gmail.com
    @barbdesanto

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  8. Barbara DeSanto

    Hi Terry:

    Yes, I’ve moved to Kansas State University, and yes, I’m busy back working with international public relations. I’m involved in a virtual global PR Congress for this fall and would like to speak to you about recording a 20-minute conversation with you about the future of Canadian public relations. Could you please send me your email so I can send you the details?

    My colleagues in this virtual PR Congress are Dr. Danny Moss at the University of Chester and Professor Harold Herrera at the University of Costa Rica. It’s an exciting venture aimed at public relations/strategic communication students and professors.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Regards,
    Barb
    A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications
    Kansas State University
    Manhattan, Kansas 66506
    785-554-3718
    barbdesanto@gmail.com
    @barbdesanto

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  9. Jilles Fermont

    Dear Terry Flynn,

    Could you please contact my by email? Kindly I would like to invite you to speak at our Health Economics Research Centre seminar series at the University of Oxford.

    Kind regards,

    Jilles Fermont

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  10. Mandy

    Dear Terry

    I hope this message finds you well and in good spirits. I would appreciate it if there is an opportunity to follow up on the conversation we had after the BWS course in Sydney last year on the work on the PhD.

    I hope you have a good day and look forward to hearing from you as soon as convenient.
    Take care,
    Mandy

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  11. Jill Duncan

    Hi Terry

    Have you complete DCE using educational placement and service options for students with a disability? I’m considering three DCE rounds: parents, teachers and principals. Who’s the expert in this area?

    Many thanks

    Jill

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    1. admin Post author

      Hi Jill,
      Thanks for the enquiry. I’ve not done any such DCE but comparisons of preferences of providers vs recipients is a vastly under-researched area and very important both in policy and methodological terms. What little research has been done tends to find that providers don’t understand the preferences of their clients/stakeholders. The DCE world experts are all in Sydney – John Rose, Joffre Swait and David Hensher. The latter only really works in transport. JR and JS are at my former employer (UniSA – the Institute for Choice – I4C – is a satellite campus in Sydney). They have only done a bit of work in health. Unfortunately (if I can blow my own trumpet for a moment), now I’ve moved to Sweden there isn’t a world expert in health DCEs in Australia. However, I4C would be a good place to start – I trained a postdoc there so there is some health expertise in addition to the methdological expertise of JR and JS. If you look them up on the web with their UniSA affiliation you’ll find their contact details.

      I4C seemed to be retreating from health a month or so ago when it was obvious they couldn’t get someone to replace me with similar skills. Howewver, they now have Kirsten Howard (from USyd) as a new Professor and she is very good (and very nice). Thus they clearly don’t intend to abandon health. It might be an idea to copy her in to any request – she is transitioning from USyd at present so I don’t know her availability but would also be interested in your study I believe.

      Hope this helps
      Terry

      BTW if you search for me using my new affiliation (the CRB at Uppsala University) you’ll find my new work email address for future correspondence which will makes things easier if you have follow-up questions.

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