Institute of Health & Society

Staff Profile

Pauline Sobiesuo

Researh Assistant (Health Economics)

Background

Pauline joined the Institute of Health and Society in October 2018 as a Research Assistant in the Health Economics and Evidence Synthesis Group. Her research interests include economic evaluations, econometric modelling(Applied microeconometrics), evidence synthesis and preference elicitation.

Pauline is currently a member of the  Cochrane and Campbell Economic Methods Group whose main aim is to develop and incorporate economic evidence and methods into Cochrane reviews. She also has experience in mapping ('cross walking') in economic evaluation and applied microeconometrics modelling which was gained from her postgraduate studies(research).


Qualification

  • MSc Health Economics, University of York(2017-2018)
  • MPhil Economics, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science Technology(KNUST), Ghana(2011-2013)
  • BA Economics, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science Technology(KNUST), Ghana (2006-2010)

 

Previous experience

  • MSc research placement, Centre for Health Economics, University of York
  • Teaching assistant, Department of Economics, KNUST(2010-2011)


Current Projects/Research

  • Organising general practice for care homes: A multi method study
  • The methodological and reporting characteristics of economic methods and outcomes in Campbell reviews: A systematic review
  • Discussion paper on economic methods
  • Equity considerations in cost effectiveness analysis
  • Mapping VFQ-25 to EQ-5D