Working to Advance
Health Equity in Africa

Warren Simangolwa

  • PhD Student

Warren’s PhD research focuses on equity and efficiency trade-offs in a healthcare priority setting for Universal Health Coverage’s health benefits packages in fiscally constrained contexts in Zambia. He holds a Master of Science in Health Technology Assessment from the University of Glasgow, Scotland. He has previously worked as a Health Financing Associate for the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), Zambia. His areas of interest in research include; Health Care Priority-Setting, and Economics and Financing.

Research outputs

Journal article

Goudarzi, Z. Bijlmakers, L. Nouhi, M. Jahangiri, R. Heydari, M. Simangolwa, W. Hakimzadeh, S. Jara, K. 2023. Healthcare priority-setting criteria and social values in Iran: an investigation of local evidence. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, 39:1.

Falkowski, A. Ciminata, G. Manca, F.Bouttell, J. Jaiswal, N. Kamaruzaman, H. Hollingworth, S. Al-Adwan, A. Heggie, R. Putri, S. Rana, D. Simangolwa, W. Grieve, R. 2022. How Least Developed to Lower-Middle income countries use health technology assessment: a scoping review. Pathogens and Global Health, 117(2), 104-119.

Sinjela, K. Simangolwa, W. Hehman, L. Kamanga, M. Mwambazi, W. Sundewall, J. 2022. Exploring for-profit healthcare providers’ perceptions of inclusion in the Zambia National Health Insurance Scheme: A qualitative content analysis Plos One. 17(5), e0268940.