Phd, Public Health (La Trobe University, Australia)
Msc, Int' Cooperation Policy; MPH (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan)
Bsc, Nursing Sciences (North West University, South Africa)
Vincent Pagiwa: P.h.D (La Trobe, Australia), Msc. (ICP), MPH (APU, Japan), BSc, Nursing Sciences (NWU, South Africa), Postgrad Cert Health Economics (WBI, USA)
Research Interests: Epidemiology, disease mapping and stratification, benefit incidence analysis and decision making in health financing, health systems and policy research and economic evaluation of health programs.
Currently a Public Health Research Scholar at the Okavango Research Institute (University of Botswana). Vincent is an experienced Health Policy Analyst and an early career researcher with more than 12 years working in the health sector. He has a nursing background and served as a clinical nurse and lecturer. Vincent graduated with a dual Master of Science degree in International Cooperation policy and Public Health Management at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan in 2013. He obtained a Doctorate in Public Health specializing in Health Policy and Financing at La Trobe University in Australia in 2019. Vincent is looking forward to collaborating in research projects where his expertise might be instrumental.
In his spare time, Vincent enjoys a thrilling simulated flying adventure in his Ipad.
Health Systems Financing
Health Policy, Planning and Evaluation
Economic and Financial burden of diseases
Equity and equality in health resources allocation
Efficiency in health resources allocation
Health Policy evaluation
Cost and Benefit incidence analysis
Other related research topics
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