MSc, Economic Evaluation in Health Care: Distinction
City University, London, UK
Manchester University, Manchester, UK
Louise McCrink, MSc, is a Senior Health Economist at RTI-HS. She has more than 16 years of professional experience conducting health economics and health outcomes research. During this time, she has contributed to the development of cost-effectiveness, cost-utility, and budget-impact models in Microsoft Excel; lead targeted and systematic literature reviews; developed abstracts, manuscripts, and poster presentations; and lead a number of health economics and market access projects. She also has extensive experience in conducting health resource costing studies for European countries and has also been involved in conducting a time trade-off study and the analysis of health-related quality of life data, including a published regression analysis of SF-36. Therapeutic areas include vascular disease, depression/anxiety, non–small cell lung cancer, restless leg syndrome, fibromyalgia, ankylosing spondylitis, and diabetic neuropathic pain.