The University of Sydney
Beverley Essue is a Senior Research Fellow and health economist at the University of Sydney with honorary appointments at the George Institute for Global Health (Australia) and McMaster University (Canada). She has a PhD in health economics and health policy (awarded: 2013) and a Master of Public Health degree (2007), both from the University of Sydney. She is currently the recipient of a NHMRC Sidney Sax Research Fellowship (2014-2019). She previously held an Ian Potter Foundation post-doctoral fellowship (2013-2014). She is a health systems researcher with expertise in applying economic methods to investigate and evaluate complex issues affecting global health systems. Her research focus has been on investigating the economic, social and health consequences experienced by populations with long term conditions, such as noncommunicable diseases, and the implications for strengthening financial risk protection and enhancing universal health coverage.
Health economics - Health policy - Equity research - Health systems research - Health services research - Chronic illness management - Global Health