Margaretha Bonsu is a research assistant at RAND Europe in the area of health and wellbeing. She has worked a variety of projects involving coding interviews, data extraction, rapid evidence assessment and other forms of qualitative research. She has developed quantitative analytical skills through several assignments including building a decision tree model to evaluate the most cost-effective drug for postpartum haemorrhage, and building a Markov simulation model to evaluate the cost effectiveness of valsartan as additional adjunct therapy in the treatment protocol for heart failure.
Prior to joining RAND Europe, she had four years of experience working in diverse clinical and patient facing roles. This includes experience in working within hospital and community pharmacy, as well as hands-on experience within a Clinical Commissioning Group Medicines Management team.
Bonsu holds a master of science degree in health economics and health policy, and a master of pharmacy degree.
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