Qing Xia
Research Fellow (Quantitative) – Health Economics

Qing is a Research Fellow working across multiple projects for AusHSI’s Health Economics group. Majoring in Health Service Management, Qing has a deep understanding of how to develop and apply medical science knowledge from the perspective of medical managers. From 2014 – 2017, Qing undertook a masters in Epidemiology and Biostatistics, which saw her engaged in researching molecular epidemiology for a plethora of autoimmune diseases. Qing completed her PhD on the Health Economics Evaluation of obesity and bariatric surgery in 2021.

Qing has extensive experience in health economic model building, designing surveys and research studies, analysing quantitative and qualitative data, and writing scientific research reports and publications. Her current focus is the economic cost analysis and health economic model building for several projects.

Qing Xia

Systematic review of discrete choice experiment in end-of-life care

Economic costs associated with COVID-19 Vaccination: Evidence from Queensland COVID-19 Vaccination Program

National productivity impacts of mortality on patients