Laura Grobicki is a managing consultant in CEPA's Global Health practice. Her recent work has been focused on global heath evaluations, strategic reviews, value for money analyses, the development of policy briefs and the provision of technical and organisational support. Her areas of expertise include communicable diseases (HIV, tuberculosis, malaria), immunisation, non-communicable and epidemic diseases, as well as cross-cutting areas of health and community systems strengthening, universal health coverage, commodity market dynamics, access and supply of health commodities, and health data systems. Laura has undertaken work with the Global Fund, Gavi the Vaccine Alliance, Unitaid, WHO, the World Bank, UNDP, country governments and NGOs. Working alongside international organisations and country governments, her work has been used to inform policy in various regions.
Laura previously worked at University College London (UCL) in both the Centre for Global Health Economics and at the Institute for Health Equity. Among other projects, Laura conducted HIV allocation efficiency analyses, epidemiological projections and financial commitment studies for countries in West and Central Africa and Eastern Europe and Central Asia for the World Bank.
Laura also has a sound understanding of health service delivery and organisation of care from her time working as a healthcare professional in high and low-income settings and across both rural and urban areas. She holds a MSc in Global Health and Development from UCL and a BSc from Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia.
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Applying the ‘no-one worse off’ criterion
Laura Grobicki has contributed to an article published in the journal 'AIDS', related to the HIV allocative efficiency modelling work she undertook in Togo.