Projects per year
Elizabeth is a research fellow at the Centre for the Health Economy. She has worked in various health technology assessment and reimbursement-related agencies conducting critical appraisal of industry submissions to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) and the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC), as well as contributed to the development of evidence reviews commissioned by the NHMRC and the WHO.
She has also worked as a Health Technology Analyst at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE, UK) and as a senior health economist in a local pharmaceutical company. Elizabeth has a solid background in the methods of assessment of health technologies, including their economic evaluation. In 2004, she was awarded a Master of Science degree in Health Technology Assessment from the University of Birmingham, UK.
Health Technology Assessment, MSc, University of Birmingham
2003 → 2004
Health Studies, Grad Cert, The University of Queensland
1999 → 2002
Philosophy, BA (Hons), University of Sydney
1992 → 1996
Physiotherapy, Prof Dip, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
1983 → 1986
Services for external evaluation of Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) and health technology related submissions
1/11/16 → …
Improving health and spending money wisely: evaluating medicines and vaccines for the Australian Government
Henry Cutler (Participant), Bonny Parkinson (Participant), Martin Hoyle (Participant), Mutsa Gumbie (Participant), Rachel Song (Participant), Andrew Partington (Participant), Varinder Jeet (Participant), Elizabeth Seil (Participant), Alicia Norman (Participant), Virginia Mumford (Participant), Sanjyot Vagholkar (Participant), Lisa Pont (Participant), Janaki Amin (Participant)
Impact: Quality of life impacts, Economic impacts, Public policy impacts