Dr Emmanuel Gnanamanickam
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Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences
Emmanuel worked as a Research Officer with the Oral Health Promotion Clearinghouse within the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH) at the University of Adelaide and while completing his PhD investigating the cost-effectiveness and cost-utility of dental health insurance. He was also involved with teaching in the School of Dentistry. He sits on the Future Health Leaders (FHL) board as its inaugural treasurer.
He was an Erasmus Mundus scholar (2008–2010), under which he completed a Masters program in public health from the University of Sheffield, UK and the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. He also has Masters level qualification in social work and a first degree in business and accounting, both from Madras Christian College (Madras University), Chennai, India.
He has worked in primary health service management among indigenous groups in rural south India and second stage Tsunami rehabilitation also in South India. Before joining the ARCPOH he worked on research projects on Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH) in India.
His areas of interest include equity and access to health care and health economics and has a passion for harnessing the full poential of linked adminstrative and electronic health record data.
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Entry last updated: Thursday, 9 Aug 2018
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