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Research Biography

Dr Christine Mpundu-Kaambwa is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Health Economics at Flinders University. She is part of the Health and Social Care Economics Group in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences led by Professor Julie Ratcliffe.

Previously, Dr Mpundu-Kaambwa worked as a researcher for several other institutions including the University of Adelaide, the University of Birmingham, the World Bank, and the University of Zambia.

Dr Mpundu Kaambwa is currently an investigator on the following projects:

-Flinders Univesrity Caring Futures COVID-19 Collaborative study led by Associate Professor Stacey George, which is evaluating Interprofessional collaborative practice in COViD-19 Fast-tracked telehealth in Community Services

- Medical Research Future Fund study to strengthen tools and build evidence on health and quality of life outcomes in paediatric populations for use in health system decision making awarded to Professor Ratcliffe, Professor of Health Economics at Flinders University in collaboration with leading Australian health economists and clinical researchers from the University of Melbourne, the University of Technology Sydney, Curtin University, The Royal Melbourne Children's Hospital and Monash University.

Research Interests

Her research interests are in the measurement and valuation of health-related quality of life, discrete choice experiments, health economic analysis including economic evaluations and economic modelling within child and adolescent populations.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, University of Birmingham

Master of Science, University of East Anglia

PhD, University of South Australia

Bachelor of Arts, University of Zambia

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