Areas of work
In my PhD project, Lise Desireé Hansen investigates preferences among the Danish population for the priority of health services in a public health system with limited resources. The project investigates whether some types of health improvements are valued higher than others, and what the drivers of such differences in valuation of health improvements are. Moreover, the project uncovers Danes’ preferences for distribution of health resources, including their preferences for the relative weighting of the traditional health economic distribution principles ’as much health as possible for the available economic resources’, ’equal access’ and ’equality in health’.
Lise Desireé Hansen has competencies in uncovering preferences, including design and analysis of quantitative choice experiments. In addition, she has broad knowledge of health economic methods for valuation of health.
Lise Desireé Hansen has an MSc in Economics with a health economic profile from University of Southern Denmark, and she has worked with valuation of health and identification of preferences since 2015. She also has experience with gathering user and customer insights using quantitative questionnaires from her previous position at the market analysis company Wilke. Lise Desireé Hansen was employed as a PhD student at KORA (now VIVE) in January 2017.
In connection with her PhD, she had a four-month stay at University of Sheffield.