Honorary Associate Professor
15-17 Tavistock Place
I am a Health Economist with over twenty years of experience in low- and middle-income settings. I have worked within international funding agencies, as a consultant and in academia carrying out research, policy advice and training in healthcare financing, economic evaluation, efficiency and equity analyses in low income countries both in Africa and Asia.
I am a distance learning tutor responsible for course design and delivery across modules in Introduction to Health Economics, Economic Evaluation and Impact Evaluation. I have developed a number of short courses on the economics and financing of health care for different funding agencies including UNICEF, DfID, the British Council, UNAIDS and AusAID. I supervise PhD students in the area of economic evaluation of healthcare programmes in low and middle income countries with a specific interest in cost estimation.
My research interests focus on the role of costing information in health care decision-making and financing.