Dr. Christine Mpundu-Kaambwa is a post-doctoral research fellow in health economics in the Caring Futures Institute at Flinders University. Her research interests are in the measurement and valuation of health-related quality of life using methods such as discrete choice experiments and economic evaluations. Dr. Mpundu-Kaambwa’s current research is centered around the use of health economics and health services research methods to improve the quality of life and quality of care of children and people with a disability.
Previously, Dr. Mpundu-Kaambwa worked as a researcher for several other institutions including the University of Adelaide, the University of Birmingham, the World Bank, and the University of Zambia.
Dr. Mpundu-Kaambwa has published in high research impact peer-reviewed journals, including some of the leading journals such as Pharmacoeconomics, Quality of Life Research, and the British Medical Journal series.
Dr. Mpundu-Kaambwa is the communications convenor for the International Health Economics Association (iHEA) Special Interest Group on Economics of Children's Health and Wellbeing. She is also a member of the International Society of Pharmaceuticals and Outcomes Research, and the Australian Health Economics Society.
Doctor of Philosophy, Health Economics, University of South Australia, Australia
Master of Public Health, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Master of Science in Development Economics, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
Bachelor of Arts in Economics, University of Zambia, Zambia
Dr Mpundu-Kaambwa's role at Flinders University is to undertake specialist health economics research aligned to the research themes of the Caring Futures Institute in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, including health econometric modelling and economic evaluation.
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