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The University of Melbourne

Tessa is a senior lecture at the University of Melbourne, where she teaches health economics and economic evaluation. A passionate education she welcomes opportunities to show the value of brining an economic approach to considerations of health policy. In addition to her teaching roles she has active research interests focused mostly on the methods used for measuring benefits within economic evaluation. This includes understanding how we capture the value to society of improvements in health and wellbeing from health care treatments.

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