Emily Hulse is a Research Associate at the Government Outcomes Lab, at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford. She works with the UK government to evaluate the Mental Health and Employment Partnership, outcomes-based financing and impact bonds. She is the project lead for one longitudinal in-depth SIB evaluation and is particularly passionate about innovations that increase funding for health programs.
Prior to Oxford, Emily conducted research as an academic at the Health Economics Unit, Centre for Health Policy and the Nossal Institute for Global Health within the University of Melbourne. She also has experience completing Health Technology Assessments for the Australian Department of Health and PBAC, as well as a consultant for WHO’s Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research. She has also briefly worked for the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences.
Emily has a Bachelor of Biomedical Science from Monash University and a Master of Public Health from the University of Melbourne and is working towards her DPhil in Population Health (Health Economics) at the University of Oxford. Her Master’s thesis was on Social Impact Bonds financing chronic disease programs, which was published in BMJ Global Health. She was awarded a Global Scholars Award in 2018 at the University of Melbourne for academic merit and commitment to global studies. Emily’s work has been published in a variety of high-impact journals including the BMJ Global Health, BMC Public Health, Preventing Chronic Disease, EClinicalMedicine (Part of The Lancet), International Journal for Equity in Health, and International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health in addition to high-level technical reports.
E. S. G. Hulse, R. Atun, B. McPake, J. T. Lee. (2021) Use of social impact bonds in financing health systems responses to noncommunicable disease: scoping review, BMJ Global Health.
M. Ishida, E. S. G. Hulse, R. K. Mahar, J. Gunn, R. Atun, B. McPake, et al. (2020) The Joint Effect of Physical Multimorbidity and Mental Health Conditions Among Adults in Australia. Prev Chronic Dis.
T. Pan, S. W. Mercer, Y. Zhao, B. McPake, A. Desloge, R. Atun, E. S. G. Hulse and J. T. Lee. (2021) The Association between Mental-Physical Multimorbidity and Disability, Work Productivity, and Social Participation in China: a Panel Data Analysis. BMC Public Health.
V. M. Qin, Y. Zhang, K. S. Chia, B. McPake, Y. Zhao, E. S. G. Hulse, H. Legido-Quigley and J. T. Lee. (2020) Temporal trends and variation in user fees for the older adults between 2011-2015 in China: evidence from a self-reported national survey data, International Journal for Equity in Health.
Y. Zhang, C. He, T. Peasgood, E. S. G. Hulse, J. Ong. (2022) Use of quality-of-life instruments for people living with HIV: a global systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of the International AIDS Society.
T. Marthias, K. Anindya, N. Ng, B. McPake, R. Atun, H. Arfyanto, E. S. G. Hulse, Y. Zhao H. Jusril, T. Pan, M. Ishida, J. T. Lee. (2021) Impact of non-communicable disease multimorbidity on health service use, catastrophic health expenditure and productivity loss in Indonesia: A population-based panel data analysis study, BMJOpen.
L. Nguyen, J. T. Lee, E. S. G. Hulse, M. V. Hoang, G. B. Kim, D. B. Le. (2021) Health service utilization and out-of-pocket expenditure associated with the continuum of disability in Vietnam.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
K. Anindya, T. Marthias, S. Vellakkal, N. Carvalho, R. Atun, A. Morgan, Y. Zhao, E. S. G. Hulse, B. McPake, J. T. Lee. (2021) Socioeconomic inequalities in effective service coverage for reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health: a comparative analysis of 39 low-income and middle-income countries. EClinicalMedicine (The Lancet).
Y. Zhao, K. Anindya, R. Atun, T. Marthias, C. Han, B. McPake, N. Duolikun, E. S. G. Hulse ESG, X. Fang, Y. Ding, B. Oldenburg, J. T. Lee. (2022) Provincial Heterogeneity in the Management of Care Cascade for Hypertension, Diabetes, and Dyslipidaemia in China: Analysis of Nationally Representative Population-Based Survey. Diabetes, and Dyslipidaemia in China: Analysis of Nationally Representative Population-Based Survey.