Currently, she is investigating Health Inequalities across England
Anna's past research has focused on the application of econometrics and economics in health and healthcare :
- Impact of removing indicators from Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF)
- Understanding the new commissioning system in England: contexts, mechanisms and outcomes
- Determinants of the adoption and uptake of National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Technology Appraisals
- The effectiveness of community assets
Anna graduated from the University of Manchester in 2016 with a first class honours in Economics (including being awarded the Deans Prize and the Manchester School Award). After her undergraduate degree she studied for a MSc in Economics specialising in Economics of Health, also at Manchester. Her dissertation was on “The Effect of Diagnosis on Health Behaviours”, and she graduated in 2017 with a distinction (including the Jon Steward Prize for Econometrics).
Anna then joined the Manchester Centre for Health Economics in October 2017 as a Research Associate and still has not left Manchester.