Analyst RAND Europe
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Ioana Ghiga is an analyst at RAND Europe. She is involved in and manages projects on different global health topics with a particular focus on innovation.
Prior to joining RAND Europe she worked as a consultant with the Evidence and Information for Policy Unit, WHO Regional Office for Europe in Denmark, supporting the unit’s efforts to raise awareness on research methodology and ethical requirements in clinical and public health research. She has also collaborated with the Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland, on topics of global health diplomacy and global health governance.
Ghiga has substantial work experience in the clinical trials sector, where she had various roles working on regulatory and quality assurance aspects with a contract research organization. She holds a Master of Public Health from Lund University and is trained in pharmacy as well as international relations and European studies.
Global Health Governance; Infectious Diseases; Health Systems Strengthening; Primary Care; Public Health Preparedness, eHealth.
Smith E, Lichten CA, Taylor J, MacLure C, Lepetit L, Harte E., Martin A, Ghiga I, Pitchforth E, Sussex J, Dujso E, Littmann J. Evaluation of the EC Action Plan against the rising threats from antimicrobial resistance. European Commission. EW-01-16-632-EN-C.
Ghiga I., Stålsby Lundborg C. ‘Struggling to be a defender of health’ –a qualitative study on the pharmacists’ perceptions of their role in antibiotic consumption and antibiotic resistance in Romania. Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice (2016) 9:10 DOI 10.1186/s40545-016-0061-y
Morgan Jones, M, Kamenetzky A, Manville C, Ghiga I, MacLure C, Harte E, Spisak A, Kirtley A, Grant J. The National Institute for Health Research at 10 Years: An impact synthesis: 100 Impact Case Studies. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2016. http://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RR1574.html.
Cassels A. Kickbusch I, Told M, Ghiga I. How should the WHO reform? An analysis and review of literature. Graduate Institute for of International and Development Studies. Global Health Programme 2014;