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Health Economics and Systems Analysis Group (HESA)

Group Head:  Dr Catherine Goodman
Group Administrator:  Nicola Lord

The Health Economics and Systems Analysis Group (HESA) aims to undertake high quality research to improve the knowledge base relating to health system performance in low and middle income countries.

Mother and baby on scalesWe are a group of over 50 staff with internationally recognised expertise in a wide range of disciplines including health economics, policy analysis, public health, epidemiology and social science. HESA has a strong track record in the production and communication of rigorous, policy-relevant research, conducted through long-term collaborations with Southern research partners. We endeavour to contribute to methodological developments in the disciplines in which we work, and to encourage and support multidisciplinary thinking and analysis.

We also contribute to a vibrant teaching programme in health economics and health systems through supervision of over 25 research degree students, teaching on the LSHTM in-house and distance learning Masters programme, and through providing short courses in health economics and financing for international organisations such as UNICEF and DFID.

Read more about the wide range of health economics research conducted across the School in this brochure.

Mothers and babies in waiting roomKey research themes addressed by the group include:

The Communicable Disease Policy Research Group (CDPRG), within HESA, is based in Bangkok, Thailand, and conducts research across the SE Asia region, and beyond on the diverse public health problems associated with communicable disease control.
 

To see details about HESA staff, click here.

To see details about Research Degree Students linked to HESA, click here.

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