Elisabeth SALY joined the Department of Health Economics as doctoral researcher in January 2022. She works on the “iLIVE Project - live well, die well” and the “PallPROMs Project - Measuring outcomes of palliative care using PROMs”. Her research focuses on health economic evaluations in the palliative and end-of-life care settings with a special emphasis on patient-reported outcome measures.
She holds a Master degree in Health Management and Public Health from the University of Applied Sciences FH JOANNEUM. Her master thesis deals with the impact of socioeconomic status on nutrition therapy, for which she conducted a qualitative analysis with dietitians from Austria. For her Bachelor degree in Business Consultancy from the University of Applied Sciences Fachhochschule Wiener Neustadt, she specialized in Finance and Accounting & Auditing. During an exchange semester, she studied Economics at Universad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain.