Wajeeha is a PhD student at the University of York, working on the economic evaluation of environmental interventions, with a focus on green spaces. She has previously worked at WHO HQ in the health governance and financing department, and as a research fellow at Aga Khan University. Her research interests include benefit package development, including the economic evaluation and prioritisation of health and multi-sectoral interventions.
Wajeeha Raza and Peter Coventry review a retrospective cohort study exploring the association between air pollution exposure and mental health service use among individuals with first presentations of psychotic and mood disorders.[read the full story...]