Institute of Health & Society

Staff Profile

Nawaraj Bhattarai

Health Foundation Doctoral Fellow

Background

I am working towards a PhD. The aim of my research is to explore what preferences and trade-offs would society be willing to make if Emergency Medical Services were reorganised, what are the implications in terms of quality and cost of care for current versus potential alternate service configurations, and which potential service configurations would make best use of available resources.

 

Qualifications:

MSc PH (Health Economics & Financial Management), Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland (2008)

Master of Public Health (MPH), University of Sheffield, United Kingdom (2007)

Bachelors in Public Health (BPH), Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University, Nepal (2004)

 

Previous Positions

Research Assistant, Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) Team, University of Glasgow, UK (September 2013-February 2014)

Research Associate, Division of Health and Social Care Research, King’s College London, UK (April 2010-September 2013)

Research Officer, Public Health Network Office, NHS Cambridgeshire, UK (January 2009-April 2010)

Research Interests:

Economic evaluations of public health interventions and health services reconfigurations; health outcome valuation; the use of discrete choice experiments.

 

 

Teaching

None

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