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Liz Schroeder

Liz Schroeder

Elizabeth-Ann Schroeder

BSocSci(Hons)(cum laude) Msc(Econ) Post-grad Dip(Health Economics) DPhil(Public Health) Oxford, SFHEA (UK)


Senior Researcher in Health Economics

Senior Researcher in Health Economics

Liz has a portfolio of applied research in the economic methodologies for complex public health interventions; specifically in the areas of mental health and integrated care, perinatal and paediatric health care, and health innovations. 

Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals for example in The Lancet, the British Medical Journal, the European Journal of Health Economics and Pediatrics, in additional to substantial reports for the National Institute for Health Research. It has contributed to national health care policy and has been cited by the Department for Health and Social Care (UK), the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), the National Screening Committee, the NHS Confederation Digest and the National Audit Office (UK). Liz is a Health Economics editor for the International Journal for Integrated Care (IF 5.120 (2020 JCR).

Over the years Liz has served on a number of external steering committees, and has presented at many international conferences. Liz collaborates with colleagues internationally, and was most recently undertaking research based at the Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE) in Sydney, Australia. There Liz also developed core units in the Masters of Public Health Program and taught short courses in economic evaluation for working professionals. She sat on the University’s Senate Committee for Teaching and Learning and the Faculty of Medicine's Academic Promotions Committee. Liz spent three years as economics Commissioner to the National Mental Health Commission, Australia.

Prior to her move to Australia, Liz held a position as a senior researcher at the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, University of Oxford.

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