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Theme C: Improving the care and management of people with STIs and BBVs
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Jack is a Health Economist at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, based in the Department of Health Services Research and Policy. Prior to this, Jack worked in a Health Economics consultancy, working mainly in building cost-effectiveness and budget impact models for Health Technology Assessments, and analysing individual patient based data to parameterise these models.
Jack is involved in modelling the impact of case finding interventions for Hepatitis B and C, considering the cost-effectiveness of interventions in different populations and settings, and how these interventions should be prioritised to effectively increase diagnoses and reduce the burden of these infections.