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PD Dr. med. Wilm Quentin, MSc HPPF

Wilm Quentin
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Wilm Quentin has been a senior research fellow at the Department of Health Care Management since December 2009. He is leading the department’s focal area “Global Health” and the International Teaching Programme [2]. Wilm is managing editor of the Journal “Health Policy [3]”, is part of the editorial team of the WHO European Observatory’s [4] Health Care Systems in Transition Series, and was one of the coordinators of the EuroDRG project. He has been a consultant for international Organisations (WHO EURO, WHO AFRO), national governments (e.g. Slowenia, Belgium) and other actors (national health insurance in Poland and South Korea). Wilm is teaching at the department on “Health Systems: Goals, Functions, Actors” and at the École des Hautes Études en Santé Publique (EHESP) on the module “Management & Health Policy”.

Wilm received the degree of “Dr. med” in 2010 and the German degree of “Privatdozent” (formal lecturer qualification) in 2017. He is a medical doctor and holds an MSc in Health Policy, Planning & Financing (HPPF) from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and the London School of Economics (LSE). He studied medicine and political sciences in Würzburg, Munich, Madrid, Leipzig and Marburg, where he graduated in 2007. He worked as a research assistant at the department of Health Economics of the University of Leipzig and was a visiting fellow at the Institut National de Santé Publique in Abidjan. He holds a Visiting Professorship position at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana.

 

  • Health Systems
  • Payment Systems
  • Costing studies
  • Europe and Africa


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Wilm Quentin
+49 30 314 29420
Sekretariat H80
Room H8177
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Website [7]
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