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Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Health & Social Dev

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2022
Master in Public Health, University of Melbourne, 2005

Contact

Biography

Jaithri Ananthapavan leads the Economics of Obesity team within Deakin Health Economics (DHE) and the Global Centre for Preventive Health and Nutrition (GLOBE). Jaithri’s research interest is the economic evaluation of obesity prevention interventions and methods development to better assist decision makers in using economic evidence in resource allocation decisions. She led a large economic evaluation work program for the NHMRC funded Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) in Obesity Policy and Food Systems. This priority setting study (ACE-Obesity Policy) evaluated the cost-effectiveness of multiple obesity prevention interventions across several sectors and levels of government. She is also leading a body of work developing frameworks for the use of cost-benefit analysis methods for the evaluation of preventive health interventions.

Jaithri is the unit chair of the Resource Allocation and Priority Setting unit within the Masters of Health Economics.

Jaithri has a PhD in health economics from Deakin University and has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and a Master of Public Health degree both from The University of Melbourne. 

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Research interests

Health Economics

Economic Evaluation of obesity prevention other preventive health interventions

Economic evidence for decision-making

Teaching interests

Health Economics

Economic Evaluation

Resource Allocation and Priority Setting

Units taught

HSH762 - Resource Allocation and Priority Setting - Unit Chair

Knowledge areas

Health Economics

Economic Evaluation

Economics of Obesity

Media appearances

Media appearances for the launch of the ACE-Obesity Policy study findings: http://www.aceobesitypolicy.com.au/gallery/media/

Publications

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2024

The economic costs of alcohol‐related harms at the local level in New South Wales

Paul Crosland, Mary Angeles, Jonathon Noyes, Arlita Willman, Melissa Palermo, Paul Klarenaar, Eloise Howse, Jaithri Ananthapavan

(2024), Drug and Alcohol Review, Australia, C1

journal article
2023

Consumer willingness to pay for healthier food products: A systematic review

M Alsubhi, M Blake, T Nguyen, I Majmudar, M Moodie, J Ananthapavan

(2023), Vol. 24, Obesity Reviews, C1

journal article

Results from Viet Nam's 2022 report card on physical activity for children and youth

P Nguyen, D Nguyen, L Khanh-Dao Le, J Ananthapavan, P Na, H Tang

(2023), Vol. 21, pp. 52-57, Journal of Exercise Science and Fitness, Singapore, C1

journal article

The implementation and effectiveness of outlet‐level healthy food and beverage accreditation schemes: A systematic review

Oliver Huse, Sally Schultz, Tara Boelsen‐Robinson, Jaithri Ananthapavan, Anna Peeters, Gary Sacks, Miranda Blake

(2023), Vol. 24, pp. 1-15, Obesity Reviews, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Perceptions towards unhealthy food sponsorship in junior sports in Victoria, Australia

C Zorbas, F Martino, T Heneghan, J Potter, M Chisholm, A Cameron, G Sacks, J Ananthapavan, K Backholer

(2023), Vol. 47, pp. 1-10, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

The association between eating disorders and mental health: an umbrella review

E Tan, T Raut, L Le, P Hay, J Ananthapavan, Y Lee, C Mihalopoulos

(2023), Vol. 11, Journal of Eating Disorders, C1

journal article

Cost-effectiveness analysis of sedentary behaviour interventions in offices to reduce sitting time in Australian desk-based workers: A modelling study

P Nguyen, J Ananthapavan, L Gao, D Dunstan, M Moodie

(2023), Vol. 18, pp. e0287710-e0287710, PLoS ONE, United States, C1

journal article

Modeled health economic and equity impact on dental caries and health outcomes from a 20% sugar sweetened beverages tax in Australia

Tan Nguyen, Utsana Tonmukayakul, Long Khanh‐Dao Le, Ankur Singh, Anita Lal, Jaithri Ananthapavan, Hanny Calache, Cathrine Mihalopoulos

(2023), Vol. 32, pp. 2568-2582, Health Economics, London, Eng., C1

journal article

A comparative analysis of the cost-utility of the Philippine tax on sweetened beverages as proposed and as implemented

O Huse, K Backholer, P Nguyen, A Calibo, M Guirindola, J Desnacido, G Sacks, A Bell, A Peeters, I Angeles-Agdeppa, J Ananthapavan

(2023), Vol. 41, pp. 1-12, The Lancet Regional Health. Western Pacific, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Spillover effects of childhood obesity prevention interventions: A systematic review

V Brown, H Tran, J Jacobs, J Ananthapavan, C Strugnell, K Backholer, M Sultana, M Alsubhi, S Allender, R Novotny, M Nichols

(2023), pp. e13692-, Obesity Reviews, England, C1

journal article
2022

Policies to restrict unhealthy food and beverage advertising in outdoor spaces and on publicly owned assets: A scoping review of the literature

A Chung, C Zorbas, D Riesenberg, A Sartori, K Kennington, J Ananthapavan, K Backholer

(2022), Vol. 23, pp. 1-15, Obesity Reviews, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Economics of sedentary behaviour: A systematic review of cost of illness, cost-effectiveness, and return on investment studies

P Nguyen, L Le, J Ananthapavan, L Gao, D Dunstan, M Moodie

(2022), Vol. 156, pp. 1-9, Preventive Medicine, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Potential financial impact on television networks of a ban on alcohol advertising during sports broadcasts in Australia

F Martino, J Ananthapavan, M Moodie, G Sacks

(2022), pp. 1-6, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Modelling the potential health and economic benefits of reducing population sitting time in Australia

Phuong Nguyen, Jaithri Ananthapavan, Eng Tan, Paul Crosland, Steve Bowe, Lan Gao, David Dunstan, Marj Moodie

(2022), Vol. 19, pp. 1-12, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article

Cost-Benefit and Cost-Utility Analyses to Demonstrate the Potential Value-for-Money of Supermarket Shelf Tags Promoting Healthier Packaged Products in Australia

J Ananthapavan, G Sacks, L Orellana, J Marshall, E Robinson, M Moodie, M Blake, A Brown, R Carter, A Cameron

(2022), Vol. 14, pp. 1-18, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Health literacy and long-term health outcomes following myocardial infarction: Protocol for a multicentre, prospective cohort study (ENHEARTEN study)

A Beauchamp, J Talevski, S Nicholls, A Wong Shee, C Martin, W Van Gaal, E Oqueli, J Ananthapavan, L Sharma, A O'Neil, S Brennan-Olsen, R Jessup

(2022), Vol. 12, pp. 1-11, BMJ Open, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Change in the Healthiness of Foods Sold in an Australian Supermarket Chain Following Implementation of a Shelf Tag Intervention Based on the Health Star Rating System

A Cameron, A Brown, L Orellana, J Marshall, E Charlton, W Ngan, J Ananthapavan, J Isaacs, M Blake, G Sacks

(2022), Vol. 14, pp. 1-12, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Economic evaluation of an incentive-based program to increase physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour in middle-aged adults

J Maple, J Ananthapavan, K Ball, M Teychenne, M Moodie

(2022), Vol. 22, BMC Health Services Research, England, C1

journal article

Prevention of high body mass index and eating disorders: a systematic review and meta-analysis

L Le, E Tan, J Perez, O Chiotelis, P Hay, J Ananthapavan, Y Lee, C Mihalopoulos

(2022), Vol. 27, pp. 2989-3003, Eating and Weight Disorders, Germany, C1

journal article

Preventive health resource allocation decision-making processes and the use of economic evidence in an Australian state government-A mixed methods study

J Ananthapavan, G Sacks, M Moodie, P Nguyen, R Carter

(2022), Vol. 17, pp. e0274869-e0274869, PLoS ONE, United States, C1

journal article

Cost-effectiveness of LiveLighter® - a mass media public education campaign for obesity prevention

J Ananthapavan, H Tran, B Morley, E Hart, K Kennington, J Stevens-Cutler, S Bowe, P Crosland, M Moodie

(2022), Vol. 17, pp. e0274917-e0274917, PLoS ONE, United States, C1

journal article
2021

A systematic review of economic evaluations of health-promoting food retail-based interventions

H Tran, E McMahon, M Moodie, J Ananthapavan

(2021), Vol. 18, pp. 1-23, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Switzerland, C1

journal article

The 'Eat Well @ IGA' healthy supermarket randomised controlled trial: process evaluation

M Blake, G Sacks, C Zorbas, J Marshall, L Orellana, A Brown, M Moodie, C Ni Mhurchu, J Ananthapavan, F Etilé, A Cameron

(2021), Vol. 18, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, England, C1

journal article

Systematic review to update 'value of a statistical life' estimates for Australia

J Ananthapavan, M Moodie, A Milat, R Carter

(2021), Vol. 18, pp. 1-17, International journal of environmental research and public health, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

A cost-benefit analysis framework for preventive health interventions to aid decision-making in Australian governments

J Ananthapavan, M Moodie, A Milat, L Veerman, E Whittaker, R Carter

(2021), Vol. 19, pp. 1-23, Health Research Policy and Systems, London, England, C1

journal article
2020

The potential cost-effectiveness of mandatory restrictions on price promotions for sugar-sweetened beverages in Australia

O Huse, J Ananthapavan, G Sacks, A Cameron, C Zorbas, A Peeters, M Moodie, J Martin, K Backholer

(2020), Vol. 44, pp. 1011-1020, International Journal of Obesity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Increasing the price of alcohol as an obesity prevention measure: The potential cost-effectiveness of introducing a uniform volumetric tax and a minimum floor price on alcohol in Australia

E Robinson, P Nguyen, H Jiang, M Livingston, J Ananthapavan, A Lal, G Sacks

(2020), Vol. 12, Nutrients, Switzerland, C1

journal article

The modelled population obesity-related health benefits of reducing consumption of discretionary foods in Australia

A Lal, A Peeters, V Brown, P Nguyen, H Tran, T Nguyen, U Tonmukayakul, G Sacks, H Calache, J Martin, M Moodie, J Ananthapavan

(2020), Vol. 12, Nutrients, C1

journal article

The Application of an Evidence Framework for Obesity Prevention at the Population-Level

G Sacks, J Kwon, J Ananthapavan

(2020), Vol. 9, pp. 150-158, Current obesity reports, United States, C1

journal article

Priority-setting for obesity prevention-The Assessing Cost-Effectiveness of obesity prevention policies in Australia (ACE-Obesity Policy) study

J Ananthapavan, G Sacks, V Brown, M Moodie, P Nguyen, L Veerman, A Mantilla Herrera, A Lal, A Peeters, R Carter

(2020), Vol. 15, PLoS ONE, United States, C1

journal article

Assessing the cost‐effectiveness of interventions that simultaneously prevent high body mass index and eating disorders

L Le, P Hay, J Ananthapavan, Y Lee, C Mihalopoulos

(2020), Vol. 12, pp. 1-7, Nutrients, Switzerland, C1

journal article
2019

The potential for long-term cost-effectiveness of obesity prevention interventions in the early years of life

V Brown, J Ananthapavan, D Sonntag, E Tan, A Hayes, M Moodie

(2019), Vol. 14, Pediatric Obesity, England, C1

journal article

The health burden of preventable disease in Australia: a systematic review

P Crosland, J Ananthapavan, J Davison, M Lambert, R Carter

(2019), Vol. 43, pp. 163-170, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, Australia, C1

journal article

Cost-effectiveness of community-based childhood obesity prevention interventions in Australia

J Ananthapavan, P Nguyen, S Bowe, G Sacks, A Mantilla Herrera, B Swinburn, V Brown, R Sweeney, A Lal, C Strugnell, M Moodie

(2019), Vol. 43, pp. 1102-1112, International Journal of Obesity, England, C1

journal article

The economic cost of preventable disease in Australia: a systematic review of estimates and methods

P Crosland, J Ananthapavan, J Davison, M Lambert, R Carter

(2019), Vol. 43, pp. 484-495, Australian and New Zealand journal of public health, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article
2018

Squandering Australia's food security-the environmental and economic costs of our unhealthy diet and the policy path we're on

G Turner, K Larsen, S Candy, S Ogilvy, J Ananthapavan, M Moodie, S James, S Friel, C Ryan, M Lawrence

(2018), Vol. 195, pp. 1581-1599, Journal of cleaner production, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Harnessing advances in computer simulation to inform policy and planning to reduce alcohol-related harms

J-A Atkinson, D Knowles, J Wiggers, M Livingston, R Room, A Prodan, G McDonnell, E O'Donnell, S Jones, P Haber, D Muscatello, N Ezard, N Phung, L Freebairn, D Indig, L Rychetnik, J Ananthapavan, S Wutzke, Alcohol Modelling Consortium

(2018), pp. 537-546, International Journal of Public Health, Basel, Switzerland, C1-1

journal article

Paying people to lose weight: the effectiveness of financial incentives provided by health insurers for the prevention and management of overweight and obesity - a systematic review

J Ananthapavan, A Peterson, G Sacks

(2018), Vol. 19, pp. 605-613, Obesity Reviews, England, C1

journal article

Exploring the use of economic evidence to inform investment in disease prevention - a qualitative study

H Liu, J Muhunthan, J Ananthapavan, P Hawe, A Shiell, S Jan

(2018), Vol. 42, pp. 200-206, Australian and New Zealand journal of public health, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

The potential cost-effectiveness and equity impacts of restricting television advertising of unhealthy food and beverages to Australian children

V Brown, J Ananthapavan, L Veerman, G Sacks, A Lal, A Peeters, K Backholer, M Moodie

(2018), Vol. 10, Nutrients, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Cost-effectiveness of product reformulation in response to the health star rating food labelling system in australia

A Herrera, M Crino, H Erskine, G Sacks, J Ananthapavan, C Ni Mhurchu, Y Lee

(2018), Vol. 10, Nutrients, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Carbon pricing of food in Australia: an analysis of the health, environmental and public finance impacts

M Springmann, G Sacks, J Ananthapavan, P Scarborough

(2018), Vol. 42, pp. 523-529, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, Australia, C1

journal article

Assessing Cost-Effectiveness of Obesity Prevention Policies in Australia 2018 (ACE-Obesity Policy)

Jaithri Ananthapavan, Gary Sacks, Vicki Brown, Marj Moodie, Phuong Nguyen, Jan Barendregt, Lennert Veerman, Ana Mantilla Herrera, Anita Lal, Anna Peeters, Rob Carter

(2018), Geelong, Vic., A6

research report/technical paper
2017

Modelled cost-effectiveness of a package size cap and a kilojoule reduction intervention to reduce energy intake from sugar-sweetened beverages in Australia

M Crino, A Herrera, J Ananthapavan, J Wu, B Neal, Y Lee, M Zheng, A Lal, G Sacks

(2017), Vol. 9, pp. 1-17, Nutrients, Switzerland, C1

journal article
2014

Economics of obesity - learning from the past to contribute to a better future

J Ananthapavan, G Sacks, M Moodie, R Carter

(2014), Vol. 11, pp. 4007-4025, International journal of environmental research and public health, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article
2013

A UK based cost-utility analysis of indacaterol, a once-daily maintenance bronchodilator for patients with COPD, using real world evidence on resource use

D Price, Y Asukai, J Ananthapavan, B Malcolm, A Radwan, I Keyzor

(2013), Vol. 11, pp. 259-274, Applied health economics and health policy, Berlin, Germany, C1-1

journal article
2012

Cost-effectiveness of rivaroxaban in the prevention of venous thromboembolism : a Canadian analysis using the Ontario Ministry of Health perspective

H McDonald, A Diamantopoulos, P Wells, M Lees, K Folkerts, F Forster, J Ananthapavan

(2012), Vol. 15, pp. 817-828, Journal of medical economics, London, England, C1-1

journal article
2010

Assessing cost-effectiveness in obesity : laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding for severely obese adolescents

J Ananthapavan, M Moodie, M Haby, R Carter

(2010), Vol. 6, pp. 377-385, Surgery for obesity and related diseases, Philadelphia, Pa., C1-1

journal article

Cost-effectiveness of rivaroxaban versus enoxaparin for the prevention of postsurgical venous thromboembolism in Canada

A Diamantopoulos, M Lees, P Wells, F Forster, J Ananthapavan, H McDonald

(2010), Vol. 104, pp. 760-770, Thrombosis and haemostasis, Stuttgart, Germany, C1-1

journal article

Economic report : home haemodialysis

J Ananthapavan, J Lowin, E Bloomfield

(2010), Alfreton, England, A6-1

research report/technical paper

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

The development of a CBA framework integrating the intersectoral benefits of prevention interventions

Emeritus Professor Rob Carter, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

NHMRC Partnership Centre for Better Health

  • 2017: $79,667
  • 2016: $40,000

A Center of Research Excellence in Food Retail Environments for Health (RE-FRESH)

Prof Anna Peeters, Dr Julie Brimblecombe, Prof Steven Allender, Prof Adrian Cameron, Prof Amanda Lee, Prof Gary Sacks, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, A/Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu, Prof Boyd Swinburn, Prof Bruce Neal

NHMRC - Centres of Research Excellence

  • 2024: $271
  • 2023: $289,061
  • 2022: $339,375
  • 2021: $311,936
  • 2020: $421,716
  • 2019: $333,411
  • 2018: $87,972

Supporting food companies to implement policies for improving population nutrition

Prof Gary Sacks, Prof Adrian Cameron, A/Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu, Prof Bruce Neal, Prof Kathryn Backholer, Prof Anna Peeters, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

NHMRC - Partnership Project

  • 2024: $24,670
  • 2023: $100,992
  • 2022: $54,485
  • 2021: $29,806

Assessing the Cost-Effectiveness of Prevention of High Body Mass Index and Eating Disorders in Australia: The ACE-HiBED project

Prof Cathrine Mihalopoulos, Dr Long Le, Prof Phillipa Hay, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Yong Yi Lee, Prof Cathy Mihalopoulos, Dr Long Le, Dr Yong Yi Lee

NHMRC - Ideas Grant

  • 2021: $127,873
  • 2020: $178,647

Promoting CHANGE (Community Health And Nutrition, and Government Engagement): a Randomised Controlled Trial to accelerate healthy food retail in local government settings

Dr Miranda Blake, Prof Adrian Cameron, Prof Anna Peeters, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Dr Helena Romaniuk, Prof Steven Allender, Prof Gary Sacks, Dr Luke Wolfenden, Dr Emma McMahon

NHMRC - Partnership Project

  • 2024: $52,797
  • 2023: $148,803
  • 2022: $16,911

A randomised controlled trial to assess the impact of Baby-EATS, a scalable digital health intervention targeting infant feeding and weight in children aged 0-2 years

A/Prof Serene Yoong, Dr Luke Wolfenden, Dr Rachel Sutherland, Dr Alice Grady, Prof Helen Truby, A/Prof John Wiggers, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Prof Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Dr Christopher Oldmeadow

MRFF (NHMRC) Maternal Health and Healthy Lifestyles

  • 2023: $1,377,504

Centre of Research Excellence in Food Retail EnvironmentS for Health: Next Generation (RE-FRESHING)

Prof Adrian Cameron, Prof Gary Sacks, Prof Anna Peeters, Prof Simone Pettigrew, Dr Megan Ferguson, Prof Kathryn Backholer, Prof Steven Allender, A/Prof Serene Yoong, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Dr Miranda Blake

NHMRC - Centres of Research Excellence

  • 2024: $42,916

The commercial determinants of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing: building the evidence and co-designing action

Dr Jennifer Browne, Prof Yin Paradies, Ms Simone Sherriff, Prof Kathryn Backholer, Mr Troy Walker, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Prof Rachel Huxley, Mr Andrew Brown

NHMRC - Ideas Grant

  • 2024: $56,400

Other Public Sector Funding

Economic Appraisal of NSW Get Healthy Service

Emeritus Professor Rob Carter, Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Ms Anne Magnus

The Health Administration Corporation

  • 2014: $27,271

The health and economic value of prevention: Assessing the benefits of reducing the prevalence of high BMI, low fruit and vegetable intake and physical inactivity in the ACT

Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Ms Anne Magnus

ACT Health Grant - Research

  • 2016: $10,000
  • 2015: $50,800

The health and related economic benefits of providing better tasting water

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Dr Phuong Nguyen, Prof Marj Moodie, Prof Steven Allender

WW Grant - Research - Wannon Region Water Corporation (Wannon Water)

  • 2018: $12,700

Supporting food companies to implement policies for improving population nutrition

Prof Gary Sacks, Prof Adrian Cameron, A/Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu, Prof Bruce Neal, Prof Kathryn Backholer, Prof Anna Peeters, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

VicHealth - NHMRC Partnership Project Grants, Department of Health - Commonwealth - Partner contribution

  • 2022: $50,000
  • 2021: $118,181
  • 2020: $118,181

Reviewing the Health Economic Model for the Great Tasting Water Project.

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

Wannon Region Water Corporation

  • 2021: $3,010

Healthy Schools, Healthy Early Childhood Services and Healthy Workplaces Achievement Program review

A/Prof Serene Yoong, Prof Kathryn Backholer, Prof Anna Peeters, Prof Gary Sacks, A/Prof Kristy Bolton, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Mrs Sally Schultz, A/Prof Alison Booth

DH VIC - Grants Department of Health Victoria

  • 2023: $161,279

Unhealthy food marketing to children.

Prof Kathryn Backholer, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Dr Victoria Brown, Prof Anna Peeters

Department of Health & Aged Care (Dept of Finance) Commonwealth

  • 2023: $69,155

Industry and Other Funding

The economic and health benefits of reaching COAG risk factor benchmarks in Victoria

Ms Anne Magnus, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

Centre of Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science Limited

  • 2014: $59,500

The health and economic value of prevention: Assessing the benefits of reducing the prevalence of physical inactivity in Australia

Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Ms Anne Magnus

Confederation of Australian Sport Inc

  • 2014: $16,159

Australian Prevention Partnership Centre - Integrating the health economics component of the simulation model for prevention of alcohol related harms

Emeritus Professor Rob Carter, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

The Sax Institute

  • 2016: $10,601

Measuring economic benefits of reducing physical inactivity

Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

Marsden Jacob Associates

  • 2016: $10,791

The Impact and Risk Factors of Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) towards Malaysia's Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Miss Michelle Tran

World Health Organisation - WHO

  • 2019: $16,580

Economic evaluation of the WA LiveLighter campaign.

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Prof Marj Moodie, Miss Michelle Tran, Dr Nikki McCaffrey

Cancer Council of Western Australia (Inc)

  • 2020: $33,725
  • 2019: $14,222

Estimating direct healthcare cost and expenditure for non-communicable diseases in Malaysia.

Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Miss Michelle Tran

World Health Organisation - WHO

  • 2021: $26,000
  • 2020: $17,333

Revision and upgrade of PEN cost and benefit calculator for Pacific Island countries

Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Miss Michelle Tran

World Health Organisation - WHO

  • 2021: $45,000

Diet related tax impact assessments (Pacific)

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Dr Phuong Nguyen, Dr Erica Reeve, Prof Colin Bell, Prof Marj Moodie

World Health Organisation - WHO

  • 2021: $46,580

Quantification of the health benefits of the fitness industry

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Prof Marj Moodie

TLF Research

  • 2022: $15,490

Economic evaluation of WA LiveLighter campaign incorporating th impacts of the Menu App creative

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Miss Michelle Tran

Cancer Council of Western Australia (Inc)

  • 2022: $28,966

Vietnam's 2022 report card on physical activity for children and youth.

Dr Phuong Nguyen, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance

  • 2022: $50,167

Scoping the nature, potential value and limitations of developing an economics of prevention 'benefits bank'

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Dr Victoria Brown

The Sax Institute

  • 2023: $10,000
  • 2022: $15,901

Literature Review: Investigating the co-benefits of prevention initiatives.

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Dr Phuong Nguyen, Dr Victoria Brown, Miss Siti Mohamad Asfia

The Sax Institute

  • 2023: $15,000
  • 2022: $43,495

Economics of Prevention: Knowledge Synthesis

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

The Sax Institute

  • 2023: $10,000

Building an economic model to assess the cost-effectiveness of alcohol interventions at the population level.

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Dr Phuong Nguyen, Ms Natasha Hall

The Sax Institute

  • 2023: $59,000
  • 2022: $59,000

Economic evaluation of the implementation of a policy to restrict unhealthy food and drink advertising on Western Australia (WA) State - owned assets.

Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan, Ms Mary Rose Angeles, Prof Kathryn Backholer, Prof Gary Sacks, Dr Victoria Brown

Cancer Council of Western Australia (Inc)

  • 2023: $38,167
  • 2022: $16,833

The impact of acute hospital environments on care for people with obesity: An explanation of cost effectiveness and lived experience.

A/Prof Danielle Hitch, Dr Jaithri Ananthapavan

Impact Obesity Ltd

  • 2023: $49,815

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report