ROSANNA TARRICONE

Courses a.y. 2023/2024

I have extensive teaching record at all levels: undergraduate, graduate, master and executive courses on a variety of subjects close to my research area. The key distinctive feature of all my courses is that I always couple theoretical knowledge with practical examples taken from my research and real life. Fundamental paradigms and principles are followed by concrete case studies and examples aimed at helping the students understanding the actual value and relevance of what they’re learning.


Biographical note

I am an Associate Professor at the Department of Social and Political Sciences and Associate Dean at SDA Bocconi, Bocconi University. I graduated in Management at Bocconi University and hold an MSc in Health Services Management and PhD in Public Health and Policy, both from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, UK. I am a scholar in public policy theory and methods, with application of health care. In the last 10 years I have been awarded over 10 multi-annual competitive research grants from international institutions such as the European Union, the Swiss Bridge Award and InHealth (USA).  

 


About

I believe that research can impact society’s wellbeing provided it leverages on the contribution of different disciplines. I believe that the most valuable resources of academic institutions are the students and for this reason, spending time in teaching activities is a privilege. But I also believe that productive researchers are those with multiple interests and I like trekking, hiking, running, traveling, especially with my family and good friends.


Research interests

My interests are to i) advance methods and theory in the field of public choice and public policy; ii) apply that body of work to practice and policy reform; and iii) help educate students and policymakers through classroom and outside educational initiatives. Ultimately, I am committed to improve the efficiency and equity of the health system through the application of public choice theory and methods. My research is characterised by being interdisciplinary, mostly carried out through large international, mainly EU-based, consortia of scholars, and major collaborative policy development initiatives that span EU policy makers.


Selected Publications

Tarricone, Rosanna; Petracca, Francesco; Ciani, Oriana; Cucciniello, Maria
Distinguishing features in the assessment of mHealth apps
EXPERT REVIEW OF PHARMACOECONOMICS & OUTCOMES RESEARCH, 21(4), 2021

Oriana Ciani; Aleksandra Torbica; Rosanna Tarricone
Core outcome set in surgical oncology: why, what and how to measure
Volume-outcome relationship in oncological surgery, Springer, 2021

Rosanna Tarricone; Oriana Ciani; Salavtore D'Acunto; Salvatore Scalzo
The rise of rules: will the new regulation of medical devices make us safer?
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INTERNAL MEDICINE, 80, 117-120, 2020

Armeni, Patrizio; Meregaglia, Michela; Borsoi, Ludovica; Callea, Giuditta; Torbica, Aleksandra; Benazzo, Francesco; Tarricone, Rosanna
Collecting physicians' preferences on medical devices: are we doing it right? Evidence from Italian orthopedists using 2 different stated preference methods
MEDICAL DECISION MAKING, 2023

Tarricone R, Robinson J.
Harmonization of Health Technology Assessment Across The European Union: Lessons For The United States
Health Affairs Blog, 2021

Ricciardi, Walter; Tarricone, Rosanna
The evolution of the Italian National Health Service
THE LANCET, 2021

Cucciniello, Maria; Petracca, Francesco; Ciani, Oriana; Tarricone, Rosanna
Development features and study characteristics of mobile health apps in the management of chronic conditions: a systematic review of randomised trials
NPJ DIGITAL MEDICINE, 4, 144, 2021

Torbica, Aleksandra; Rognoni, Carla; Tarricone, Rosanna
Investigating patients’ preferences to inform drug development decisions: novel Insights from a discrete choice experiment in migraine
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 18, 4916, 2021

Health system quality and COVID-19 vaccination: a cross-sectional analysis in 14 countries