Jemimah is a medically qualified health economist and Research Fellow at the Health Economics Unit, Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne. Her research addresses mental health and mental health care, including preferences for and distribution of care.
She has affiliate positions at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the Royal Children’s Hospital. Prior to joining the University of Melbourne in early 2019, Jemimah completed her PhD in health economics at Monash University, following which she worked at the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York in the UK. Before her research career, Jemimah was a medical practitioner working in emergency medicine, and worked in mental health policy and public health at the Victorian Department of Health. She supervises Master of Public Health and PhD students.
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Should Medicare Fund A Rebate For An Adolescent And Young Person’S Health Assessment In G..
Healthcare Costs for People with Serious Mental Illness in England: An Analysis of Costs A..
Preferences for Exercise and Nutrition Programs: A Menu Choice Stated Preference Task
Association Between Antipsychotic Polypharmacy and Outcomes for People With Serious Mental..
Antipsychotic choice: understanding shared decision-making among doctors and patients
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Impact of family practice continuity of care on unplanned hospital use for people with serious mental illness
Jemimah Ride, Panagiotis Kasteridis, Nils Gutacker, Tim Doran, Nigel Rice, Hugh Gravelle, Tony Kendrick, Anne Mason, Maria Goddard, Najma Siddiqi, Simon Gilbody, Rachael Williams, Lauren Aylott, Ceri Dare, Rowena Jacobs
Journal article | 2019 | Health Services Research
OBJECTIVE: To investigate whether continuity of care in family practice reduces unplanned hospital use for people with serious men..
Healthcare Costs for People with Serious Mental Illness in England: An Analysis of Costs Across Primary Care, Hospital Care, and Specialist Mental Healthcare
Jemimah Ride, Panagiotis Kasteridis, Nils Gutacker, Maria Jose Aragon Aragon, Rowena Jacobs
Journal article | 2019 | Applied Health Economics and Health Policy
BACKGROUND: Serious mental illness (SMI) is a set of disabling conditions associated with poor outcomes and high healthcare utilis..
Association Between Antipsychotic Polypharmacy and Outcomes for People With Serious Mental Illness in England
Panagiotis Kasteridis, Jemimah Ride, Nils Gutacker, Lauren Aylott, Ceri Dare, Tim Doran, Simon Gilbody, Maria Goddard, Hugh Gravelle, Tony Kendrick, Anne Mason, Nigel Rice, Najma Siddiqi, Rachael Williams, Rowena Jacobs
Journal article | 2019 | Psychiatric Services
Is socioeconomic inequality in postnatal depression an early-life root of disadvantage for children?
Journal article | 2019 | The European Journal of Health Economics
This paper investigates the role that socioeconomic inequality in postnatal depression might play in intergenerational transmissio..
Do care plans and annual reviews of physical health influence unplanned hospital utilisation for people with serious mental illness? Analysis of linked longitudinal primary and secondary healthcare records in England
Jemimah Ride, Panagiotis Kasteridis, Nils Gutacker, Christoph Kronenberg, Tim Doran, Anne Mason, Nigel Rice, Hugh Gravelle, Maria Goddard, Tony Kendrick, Najma Siddiqi, Simon Gilbody, Ceri RJ Dare, Lauren Aylott, Rachael Williams, Rowena Jacobs
Journal article | 2018 | BMJ Open
A cluster randomised controlled trial of a brief couple-focused psychoeducational intervention to prevent common postnatal mental disorders among women: study protocol
Heather Rowe, Karen Wynter, Paula Lorgelly, Lisa H Amir, Sanjeeva Ranasinha, Jenny Proimos, Warren Cann, Harriet Hiscock, Jordana Bayer, Joanna Burns, Jemimah Ride, Irene Bobevski, Jane Fisher
Journal article | 2014 | BMJ Open
Protocol for economic evaluation alongside a cluster-randomised controlled trial of a psychoeducational intervention for the primary prevention of postnatal mental health problems in first-time mothers
Jemimah Ride, Heather Rowe, Karen Wynter, Jane Fisher, Paula Lorgelly
Journal article | 2014 | BMJ Open
Research Fellow Health Economics
Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health
PhD (Health Economics)
Master of Public Health
La Trobe University
Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery