Dr Liz Schroeder
Health Systems and Populations, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Liz currently lectures in public health, and undertakes research in policy analysis in Australia and abroad using health economic methodologies.
She was previously a senior researcher at the University of Oxford, where she also taught in the masters in global health programme. Her research focused on the economic aspects of perinatal and paediatric health care and she evaluated the cost-effectiveness of health innovations funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR UK). More recently, since moving to Australia, her research areas have broadened to include integrated care, mental health, disability and perinatal care.
D Phil (Public Health, Oxford), Postgraduate Diploma (Health Economics – CUT, Australia), M Economics, B. Social Sciences Hons
- Integrated care,
- Mental health,
- Disability and perinatal care
- INFANT Collaborative Group, Brocklehurst P1. A study of an intelligent system to support decision making in the management of labour using the cardiotocograph - the INFANT study protocol. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth, Jan 2016
- Schroeder E, Petrou S, Patel N, Hollowell J, Puddicombe D, Redshaw M, et al. The cost effectiveness of alternative planned places of birth in ‘low risk’ women: evidence based on the Birthplace in England national Prospective Cohort Study: British Medical Journal, April 2012
- Schroeder E-A, Petrou S, Balfour G, Eddama O, Heath PT on behalf of the Health Protection Agency Group B Streptococcus Working Group. The Economic costs of Group B streptococcus disease (GBS): prospective cohort study of infants with GBS disease in England. Eur J Health Econ 2009; 10:275-85.
- Eddama O, Petrou S, Schroeder E, Bollapragada S, MacKenzie F, Norrie J, Reid R, Norman JE. The cost-effectiveness of outpatient (at home) cervical ripening with isosorbide mononitrate prior to induction of labour. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 2009; 116:1196-203.