Clara Pham is a Research Fellow in Health Economics. Clara has a background in surgical systematic reviews and trauma and injury recovery research. She has experience in the use of clinical and administrative data to investigate variations in clinical practice at the condition level, and survey data to explore health service use in the Port Lincoln community. Her current work focuses on the evaluation of services to improve care in maternal and perinatal health. Her PhD used an explanatory sequential mixed methods approach to evaluate services for the preoperative assessment and management of high-risk surgical patients.
BSc(Hons), GDPH, PhD
2017 - American Society for Reproductive Medicine, SRS Prize Paper
2002 - Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand New Investigator Prize
Health services research
Improving health care systems and patient outcomes
Analysis of large, linked datasets
Health economic evaluation and decision making
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