Fenocchi, Linda

Linda Fenocchi

PhD Student (p/t) and Researcher in Health Economics (p/t)
Yunus Centre
Linda is currently undertaking a PhD in Health Economics under the supervision of Dr Gordon Hendry and Professor Helen Mason. She is conducting research into the valuation of the benefits of musculoskeletal rehabilitation in order to explore the health economic implications for managing common musculoskeletal complaints.

Currently also working on the PROPEL project as a researcher (health economics), Linda previously completed an economic evaluation, using Cost Benefit Analysis methodology, of the economic costs and benefits of participation by young children in Big Noise Govanhill. This was published by the Glasgow Centre for Population Health in May 2015 and forms the third component of their "Evaluating Sistema Scotland - initial findings" report. Prior to her PhD studies, Linda received her MSc in Applied Economics (with Distinction) from the University of Strathclyde, and has prior degree and postgraduate level qualifications in Human Resource Management, Psychology and English Literature, along with extensive prior experience in central government policy design, development and delivery.