Gerard is a researcher at the UCL Institute for Global Health and a Fellow of the UCL Centre for Global Health Economics. His research focusses on allocative and technical efficiency modelling, priority setting, health financing and financial risk protection, and economic evaluations of health interventions. He has been involved in the development and application of allocative efficiency tools to inform priority setting and national health benefits package design in Afghanistan, Belarus, Peru, Romania, South Africa, Zimbabwe and has provided technical support for others. He has also worked on health financing in West and Central Africa, with a focus on Mali and Côte d’Ivoire, and is involved in the economic evaluation of projects on Group Interpersonal Therapy in Nepal, Lebanon, Kenya and a primary schools intervention in South Africa.
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