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PhDs with an Interest in Using Equity-Informative Economic Evaluation

November 28 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am EST

November 28 at 8:00-9:00am EST, 1:00-2:00pm GMT

Featured Speakers: James Oguta & Katie Snyman

James Oguta is currently studying for a PhD in health economics and decision science at University of Sheffield, UK. His research focuses on decision modelling for cardiovascular disease prevention in sub-saharan Africa. James has a wealth of experience working in areas such as health financing, public financial management, nursing, public health, research, accounting, banking, and project management, primarily in Kenya.

Katie Snyman works in Uganda and is researching equity informed economic evaluation of novel malaria control strategies. She is also an experienced project manager with a demonstrated history of working in international research settings.

Chair: Naomi Kate Gibbs and Saudamini Dabak

This webinar has a special focus on PhD students who wish to incorporate an equity focus within their research. We will be hearing from James Oguta who is near the beginning of his PhD. He will be explaining the context of his work and the key plans and questions he has around incorporating equity into the work. We will then hear from Katherine Snyman who is coming to the end of her PhD. She will present her findings and the process she has undertaken to incorporate equity. There will be time for discussion following both presentations before splitting into smaller discussion groups where people are welcome to bring their own questions and ideas.


November 28
8:00 am - 9:00 am EST




Equity Informative Economic Evaluation SIG