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  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences

2013-2017 BSc International Business Economics, The University of Nottingham, China campus

2015-2016 BSc International Business Economics (exchange), The University of Nottingham, UK campus

2017-2018 MSc Political Economy of Europe, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

2018-2019 MSc International Health Management, Imperial College London

Research Summary

It is well-established in literature that the unemployed is less healthy than those who are employed. However, the extent to which unemployment affects health service utilisation is under-developed. This research will use a large linked observational dataset from Barking and Dagenham (London) to explore how employment status affects the use of healthcare services through its impact on physical and mental health status. Different healthcare sectors including primary, hospital, mental health, social and community care will be studied. Results from this study will help UK policy makers to design interventions that can moderate the impact of unemployment on health care utilisation. 

Teaching Summary
I lead seminars in MSc Health Systems in a Global Context 
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