Beverley Essue

Global Office

Research Fellow (Health Economics)

BSc(Hons) MPH PhD

Beverley is a Research Fellow (Health Economics) at The George Institute for Global Health and the Menzies Centre for Health Policy, University of Sydney where she conducts Health Systems and Health Services Research.

She has expertise in conducting health policy, equity and household economic impact research. Her research focuses on measuring financial protection within health systems and the associated consequences and economic outcomes of chronically ill populations. This research program aims to improve the care and support available for people with chronic illnesses globally.

She currently holds an Ian Potter Foundation post-doctoral fellowship.