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Ulrika Enemark

Associate professor

Contact information


Ulrika Enemark

Department of Public Health – Section for Health Services Research

Bartholins Allé 2

Building 1260, office 2.18

DK-8000 Aarhus C

Denmark


E-mail: ue@ph.au.dk

Phone: +45 8716 8549

 

Education


1994: Ph.D. (Health Economics), Institute of Economics, Copenhagen University, Denmark

1989: M.Sc. (Economics), Institute of Economics and Statistics, Copenhagen University, Denmark

 

Academic and professional posts


Current:

2004-: Associate professor (health economics), Aarhus University, Denmark (part-time)

1995-: Self-employed consultant (part-time): Short and long-term assignments in Bhutan, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zanzibar and Zimbabwe working for a range of clients including Danida, the World Bank, WHO, Finnida, DFID, GIZ, SDC, and Ministries of Health.


Previous:

2002-2003: Recurrent technical adviser on health economics, health systems and program development in Bhutan and Ghana (framework contract), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark

1999-2001: Health Economics Adviser, Policy and Planning Department & Research and Epidemiology Unit, Ministry of Health, Bhutan.

1994-1999: Assistant professor, Institute for health services research, Health economics unit, University of Southern Denmark. Includes maternity leaves.

1993-1994: Post-Doc, Department of community medicine, Lund University, Sweden.


Key skills and interests


- Health economics, care economics and health systems research

- Health care financing

- Inequity in health and use of health care

- Economic evaluation with focus on health promotion and prevention

- International health

- Register-based research, surveys and mixed methods


Selected publications


Please see http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/persons/ulrika-enemark(898ab2ea-4e4d-4e23-8437-f70caed8f277)/publications.html for a complete list of publications.

 

Selected grants


2016-2021: HAI – Health Care Associated Infections in Ghana. Co-Investigator. Lead by Prof.Mercy Newman, University of Ghana. The total grant from Danish Council for Development Research (now FFU) is DKK 10 million, of which 1.4 million DKK is for the health economics work package.


2016 (-2020): Preparatory grant for an international student for development of PhD project on Health literacy and economics in low and middle income countries. Funded by Aarhus University Research Foundation.The grant was USD 10,000. PI/Supervisor. Based on the project the student was subsequently granted a fully financed PhD under the Graduate School of Health, Aarhus University. (Approximately USD 300,000). Supervisor.


2012-2018: CVIVA – Research Center for Vitamines and Vaccines. Center of Excellence funded by Danish National Research Foundation. Lead by the Danish State Serum Institute (Prof Christine Benn) in collaboration with Bandim Health Project (Guinea-Bissau). The total budget is USD 10,000,000. Co-Investigator.


2012-2016: OPTIMUNISE – Optimising the impact and cost-effectiveness of existing child health intervention programmes for vaccines and micronutrients in low-income countries (focus on Ghana, Burkina Faso and Guinea-Bissau). Funded by EU & Danida. Lead by the Danish State Serum Institute (Prof Peter Aaby) in collaboration with Bandim Health Project (Guinea-Bissau), Centre de Recherche en Sante de Nouna (Burkina Faso), Navrongo Health Research Centre (Ghana), Heidelberg University (Germany), Medical Research Council, The Gambia (United Kingdom) and the INDEPTH Network. The total budget is USD 3,900,000. Co-Investigator.


2012: Preparatory grant for an international student for development of PhD project on Access to health care for old people in low and middle income countries. Funded by Aarhus University Research Foundation. The grant was USD 10,000. PI/Supervisor. Based on the project the student was subsequently granted a fully financed PhD under the Graduate School of Health, Aarhus University. (Approximately USD 300,000). Supervisor.


2010-2015: Health Insurance in Ghana and Tanzania-Increasing Access and Equity. In collaboration with Institute of Statistics, Social and Economics Research, University of Ghana, and Institute of Development Studies, Muhimbilii University of Health and Allied Sciences, Dar es Salaam. Funded by Danish Council for Development Research (now FFU) US$1,000,000, Principal Investigator.

 

Other relevant activities


Please see http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/persons/ulrika-enemark(898ab2ea-4e4d-4e23-8437-f70caed8f277)/activities.html for a list of activities.