Christina Golna, Innowth
Christina is a policy change management consultant with 19 years of experience in health policy analysis, development and messaging, value based strategic marketing of health technologies, design and management of large-scale public health change projects and evaluation and reporting of outcomes of health interventions. Christina graduated from the Law School of the University of Thessaloniki, the Law School of the University of Cambridge and the Department of Government of the London School of Economics. She has worked for Accenture in London, the World Health Organisation at the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies and Roche Pharmaceuticals. She has acted as Scientific Director of the Hepatitis B and C Public Policy Association in Luxembourg and Advisor to the Minister of Health and the Governor of the Bank of Greece, responsible for redesigning processes and policies with emphasis on measuring outcomes. She has also worked with the Anti-Drugs Council of Cyprus and the Drug, Tobacco and Alcohol Control Department of the Government of Lithuania on drug demand reduction policies. She is currently Director of Policy Change at Innowth Ltd.
Christina specializes in outcomes monitoring and reporting and decision-making support in health care and has designed and coordinated the development of targeted disease management tools in addictive disorders, hepatitis C, chronic myeloid leukemia, multiple sclerosis and diabetes. She has co-authored 3 books, 4 chapters in books and 9 peer-reviewed articles.