Kim Edmunds is a Research Fellow in Health Economics at the Centre for Applied Health Economics (CAHE), Griffith University, Brisbane. She is currently completing her PhD at the Centre for Research Excellence in Prostate Cancer Survivorship evaluating the economic impact of exercise in managing the side effects of androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer. Her research interests centre on the economic evaluation of health care for chronic disease with a special interest in cancer and the impact of exercise as medicine.
Before joining CAHE, Kim worked as a Health Research Economist at Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) NSW for five years, where she worked on projects at the local health district level as well as for state and federal government. Prior to working at HMRI, Kim spent over 20 years working in academic and teaching roles at the University of Newcastle and the University of Western Australia.
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