Dr Lindsay Mangham-Jefferies MA MBA PhD
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I joined the Department of Global Health and Development in September 2007. Before joining LSHTM I worked for the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and for the Health Economics Research Centre of Oxford University.
I have a first degree in Economics and Econometrics, a Masters in Political Economy, a Masters in Business Administration and a PhD in Health Economics.
I left LSHTM in July 2016.
My personal website is www.lindsaymanghamjefferies.com
I am a health economist and have taught on the following MSc modules:
- Introduction to Health Economics
- Economic Evaluation,
- Economics of Global Health Policy
- Epidemiology and Control of Malaria
My research interests are the economics of health systems in low and middle income countries, with a focus on: economic evaluation of complex interventions that aim to improve health care delivery; provider knowledge, incentives and practice in the provision of care; and economics of scaling up health interventions.
Recent work includes:
- Economics lead for IDEAS: a measurement, learning and evaluation project which aims to improve the evidence on strategies and innovations to improve maternal and newborn health (ideas.lshtm.ac.uk). IDEAS is a multi-country study with partners in Ethiopia, Nigeria and India.
- Evaluation and economic evaluation of interventions to improve malaria diagnosis and treatment in Cameroon and Nigeria (www.actconsortium.org).
- Conceptual work on the scaling up of international health interventions
- Research on motivation of health workers in Malawi
- Economic model on the costs associated with preterm birth in England and Wales.
- Behaviour change
- Child health
- Complex interventions
- Economic evaluation
- Health care financing
- Health services research
- Health workers
- Impact evaluation
- Maternal health
- Neonatal health
Disease and Health Conditions
- Least developed countries: UN classification
- South Asia
- Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)
- Centre for Evaluation
- Cluster Randomised Trials
- Cost Effectiveness Analysis
- Health Economics
- Malaria Centre
- Monitoring And Evaluation
- Multilevel modelling
- Theory of Change
- theory driven evaluation
Incorporating Demand and Supply Constraints into Economic Evaluations in Low-Income and Middle-Income Countries.
Vassall, A. ; Mangham-Jefferies, L. ; Gomez, G.B. ; Pitt, C. ; Foster, N. ;
Health Econ, 2016; 25 Suppl 1:95-115
Mind the gap: knowledge and practice of providers treating uncomplicated malaria at public and mission health facilities, pharmacies and drug stores in Cameroon and Nigeria.
Mangham-Jefferies, L.; Hanson, K.; Mbacham, W.; Onwujekwe, O.; Wiseman, V.;
Health Policy Plan, 2015; 30(9):1129-41
Effectiveness of Provider and Community Interventions to Improve Treatment of Uncomplicated Malaria in Nigeria: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial.
Onwujekwe, O. ; Mangham-Jefferies, L. ; Cundill, B. ; Alexander, N. ; Langham, J. ; Ibe, O. ; Uzochukwu, B. ; Wiseman, V. ;
PLoS One, 2015; 10(8):e0133832
What determines providers' stated preference for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria?
Mangham-Jefferies, L. ; Hanson, K. ; Mbacham, W. ; Onwujekwe, O. ; Wiseman, V. ;
Soc Sci Med, 2014; 104:98-106
Evaluation of a universal long-lasting insecticidal net (LLIN) distribution campaign in Ghana: cost effectiveness of distribution and hang-up activities.
Smith Paintain, L. ; Awini, E. ; Addei, S. ; Kukula, V. ; Nikoi, C. ; Sarpong, D. ; Kwesi Manyei, A. ; Yayemain, D. ; Rusamira, E. ; Agborson, J. ; Baffoe-Wilmot, A. ; Bart-Plange, C. ; Chatterjee, A. ; Gyapong, M. ; Mangham-Jefferies, L. ;
Malar J, 2014; 13(1):71
Cost-effectiveness of strategies to improve the utilization and provision of maternal and newborn health care in low-income and lower-middle-income countries: a systematic review.
Mangham-Jefferies, L. ; Pitt, C. ; Cousens, S. ; Mills, A. ; Schellenberg, J. ;
BMC Pregnancy Childbirth, 2014; 14(1):243
How do health extension workers in Ethiopia allocate their time?
Mangham-Jefferies, L. ; Mathewos, B. ; Russell, J. ; Bekele, A. ;
Hum Resour Health, 2014; 12(1):61
Economic evaluation of a cluster randomized trial of interventions to improve health workers' practice in diagnosing and treating uncomplicated malaria in cameroon.
Mangham-Jefferies, L.; Wiseman, V.; Achonduh, O.A.; Drake, T.L.; Cundill, B.; Onwujekwe, O.; Mbacham, W.;
Value Health, 2014; 17(8):783-91
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