Anna Louise Todsen

Anna Louise Todsen
Junior Analyst
She/Her

Education

M.Sc. in evidence-based social intervention and policy evaluation, University of Oxford; M.A. (Hons) in social anthropology and psychology, University of St Andrews

Overview

Anna Louise Todsen is a junior analyst in health and wellbeing at RAND Europe. Her research interests includes the impact of digitalisation on healthcare systems, social determinants of health and how healthcare innovation influences health disparities. Todsen is interested in mixed-methods research, and has experience in both qualitative and quantitative data analysis. At RAND Europe, she is working on an evaluation of the mental health and wellbeing impact of HS2 and on a study on the current and future governance frameworks of emerging technology. Additionally, she is part of DECIDE, an initiative by RAND Europe and the University of Oxford aiming to help transform healthcare through rapid evaluation of technology-enabled remote monitoring. She holds an M.Sc. in evidence-based social intervention and policy evaluation from the University of Oxford, and an undergraduate M.A. (hons) in psychology and social anthropology from the University of St. Andrews.

Languages

Danish; Italian; English