Supervisor(s): Dr. Kenneth Rockwood, Dr. Olga Theou, Dr. Mohammed Hajizadeh
Mohammad recently completed a PhD in Health Economics from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia. His PhD thesis assessed the fairness of Medicare in Australia to deliver healthcare services. He holds a MSc in Health Economics and Policy from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, as well as a MSc in Economics from Stockholm University. Mohammad was invited by the World Health Organisation as a parallel session speaker at the 8th Global Conference on Health Promotion in Helsinki, Finland recognition of his policy-relevant research. In his early career he was awarded several prestigious scholarships and research grants. Mohammad’s main area of research is equity in health and health care. He also has growing interest in the economics of frailty. His postdoctoral work focuses on inequality in frailty among elderly Canadians in clinical settings, equity in primary healthcare utilization among frail Canadians, and health care cost and frailty.
- Inequality in frailty among elderly Canadians in clinical settings
- Equity in primary healthcare utilization among frail Canadians
- Health care cost and frailty