- International Policy Specialist
Phone: (415) 424-3991
Sebastian Kevany has conducted over 50 missions to Africa, the Middle East, and South-East Asia, with a particular focus on conflict and post-conflict settings such as Zimbabwe, South Sudan, Iraq and Afghanistan, conducting program evaluation, diplomatic alignment, cost-effectiveness, and other representative duties. Sebastian holds BA and MA degrees from Trinity College Dublin, an MPH degree from the University of Cape Town, and is affiliated with the University of California, San Francisco.
- Health diplomacy – defining conceptual frameworks and applications in cost-effectiveness analysis (James G. Kahn PI)
- Cost-Effectiveness of Electronic Medical Records Systems in Kenya: Assessing the transition of PEPFAR projects to national ownership through cost-effectiveness analysis of interventions (I-TECH – Starley Shade PI).
- Cost-Effectiveness of Comprehensive HIV Treatment and Prevention Programs in South Africa: Assessing costs and outcomes for comprehensive HIV treatment and prevention campaigns (I-TECH – Starley Shade PI).
2005, MS – International Health Economics and Policy, University of Cape Town; Cape Town, south Africa
1998, BA, MA – Economics and Political Science, University of Dublin, Trinity College; Dublin, Ireland
- Sebastian Kevany, Solomon Benatar, and Terry Fleischer (2013). Improving Resource Allocations for Health and HIV in South Africa: Bioethical, Cost-Effectiveness and Health Diplomacy Considerations.
- Sebastian Kevany et al (2013). Risk Factors for Domestic Violence in a High Prevalence HIV setting. Journal of Public Health in Africa 4: e1
- Thomas E Novotny and Sebastian Kevany (2013). The Way Forward in Global Health Diplomacy: Definitions, Research, and Training. In: Novotny T, Kichbusch I & Told M. 21st Century Global Health Diplomacy. Imperial College Press.
- Sebastian Kevany et al (2012). Health diplomacy and adapting global health interventions to local needs. BMC Public Health 12:459.
- Sebastian Kevany et al (2012). Diplomatic and operational adaptations to global health programs in post-conflict settings: contributions of monitoring and evaluation systems to ‘nation-building’ in South Sudan. Medicine, Conflict and Survival July-September; 28 (3): 247-62.
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Last modified: October 27, 2014