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Executive MSc Evaluation of Health Care Interventions and Outcomes

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Current students

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Shara Kennedy
United States

Why did you decided to apply for the programme?
To gain more experience and knowldge in global healthcare policy

How do you plan to use the knowledge and skills gained in the programme in your future career?
To develop fluid global health policy in order to reduce stress

What are you looking forward to most about joining the programme?
Working with other experts around the world

 

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Periandros Kritsiligkos
Novartis Hellas, Greece

Why did you decided to apply for the programme?
To learn more about HTA, health policy and access

How do you plan to use the knowledge and skills gained in the programme in your future career?
Apply the knowledge to my profession, Medical Lead in gene therapy rare diseases

What are you looking forward to most about joining the programme?
Understanding health policy principles and application in real-life models



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Fernando Laredo
Sanofi Genzyme, Brazil

Why did you decided to apply for the programme?
LSE and NICE are highly regarded institutions in education, policy and HTA.

How do you plan to use the knowledge and skills gained in the programme in your future career?
To increase my contribution to the Rare Disease community

What are you looking forward to most about joining the programme?
Even more exposure to amazing LSE professors, NICE lecturers and students 

 

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Mario Strazzabosco
Professor of Medicine
Yale School of Medicine, Italy/US

Why did you decided to apply for the programme?
At this junction of my academic and professional journey, I am becoming even more interested in working not only “in” the system, but also “on” the system. Being involved in science, teaching, patient care and administration in a time of increasing opportunities but with decreasing resources, I have grown a strong interest in health care management, and in the evaluation of interventions and outcomes. I believe that through better coordination of care and using the compass of the patient-oriented value medicine, we could overcome some of the current obstacles in health care. I have experienced these obstacles and lived through them daily in my work as a physician and as head of division and department chair.

How do you plan to use the knowledge and skills gained in the programme in your future career?
There is a lot that academic physicians can do to improve care delivery. However, the skills to evaluate health care interventions and outcomes are rarely part of the physician armamentarium.  My expectation is that, by attending the LSE Master in Health Care Interventions and Outcomes, I will improve these critical skills and broaden the scope of my research to other areas of clinical medicine and health care delivery.

What are you looking forward to most about the programme?
So far, the programme has provided great teaching, a dense schedule of well-integrated activities and a lot of “hands on” teaching, all with the quality and rigor one expects from LSE plus plenty of real-world experience from NICE’s experts.

 

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Isacco Ciofi-Baffoni
Health Coordinator
Expertise France, Italy

Why did you decided to apply for the programme?
To gain more experience and knowledge about health evaluation with the high quality and rigor offered by LSE and NICE.

How do you plan to use the knowledge and skills gained in the programme in your future career?
Through the application of the knowledge to my profession, specifically to the design and evaluation of the health interventions in the humanitarian sector.

What are you looking forward to most about joining the programme?
Understanding health evaluation principles and application in real-life models, to apply to different contexts.

 

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Chrysanthi Skalioti
Consultant Nephrologist
Laiko Hospital, Greece