Ben Gershlick joined the Health Foundation in 2013 as Strategy and Policy Officer, becoming Policy and Economics Analyst in August 2014.
Prior to joining the Health Foundation, Ben spent time at the Department of Health and at Channel 3 Consulting as a Health Policy Consultant.
Ben has a BSc in Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method and an MSc in International Health Policy (focusing on health economics), both from the London School of Economics.
- Bibby J, Gershlick B. "The hidden inequality: what can person-centred care tell us about present and future inequalities in cancer care?" in The Dividing Line in Cancer Care for 2030, Macmillan Cancer Support, 2014
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