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Vivienne Rijnberg, Department of Public Health

BSc, BCom, MEcon

Vivienne Rijnberg 2019 thumbnailAssistant Research Fellow

Contact details 

Tel +64 4 918 6903
Email vivienne.rijnberg@otago.ac.nz

Research interests and activities

Vivienne is using the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) to analyse the relationships between mental health disorders and employment, disability, and specific eating disorders. She is working with the Virtual Health Integration Network and the EleMent research group.

Vivienne has a background in economics, health economics, and biochemistry and recently completed a Masters of Economics with the University of Otago. Her thesis analysed the cost-effectiveness of implementing a national cervical cancer-screening programme in Samoa.

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Publications

Rijnberg, V., Hansen, P., Ekeroma, A., & Stanton, J.-A. L. (2019). Is cervical cancer screening cost-effective for Samoa? A cost-utility analysis based on a cohort Markov model. Pacific Journal of Reproductive Health, 1(8), 423-439. doi: 10.18313/pjrh.2019.903

Journal - Research Article

Rijnberg, V., Hansen, P., Ekeroma, A., & Stanton, J.-A. L. (2019). Is cervical cancer screening cost-effective for Samoa? A cost-utility analysis based on a cohort Markov model. Pacific Journal of Reproductive Health, 1(8), 423-439. doi: 10.18313/pjrh.2019.903

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