TCD - Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)
The Centre for Health Policy and Management is part of the School of Medicine in Trinity College Dublin.
The Centre is and has been at the forefront of applied research, policy advice and post-graduate education in health policy, systems and management in Ireland over the last fifteen years.
The core mission of the Centre is to improve the performance of health systems, both internationally and within the Irish context, through high quality research, teaching and policy impact. The Centre has a particular focus on issues related to ageing and palliative care as well as in economic evaluation. It houses the leading group in Europe concerned with economic analysis in palliative and end of life care, and is therefore well suited to provide leadership on the economic issues in BETTER-B.
Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin is the leading University in Ireland, with strengths across arts and humanities, the health sciences, science and engineering. The Centre for Health Policy and Management is the main centre for health services and systems research and post graduate education, specializing in health policy and systems, health economics, and health services management.
Prof. Dr. Charles Normand: Adjunct Professor, Public Health & Primary Care