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I am a health economist with dentistry background. I was a dentist serving Thai population in two public hospitals for 7 years. I used to be a university lecturer and guest lecturer at Mahidol University, Thailand. Then I attended Master of Health Economics program in University of Queensland in 2007. After I finished the program I was on casual contract with the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, University of New South Wales working on a project called Family Well-being program in Indigenous Australians and Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research, University of Queensland on mental health economics. I also have experience working in health technology assessment area while working at Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program, a non-profit arm in the Ministry of Public Health, Thailand. I have joined Deakin health economics and DHSV since August 2012. My current projects are ACE-MID and ACE oral health. I also involve in other economic evaluation of oral health projects with the DHSV research team i.e. design questionnaires for costing, construct a mathematical model, liaison a research team with Deakin ethical clearance, and other relevant tasks.
Economic evaluation in dental public health