Lisa Miners is a Senior Research Associate based in the Health Economics Group (HEG) at Norwich Medical School (https://www.uea.ac.uk/groups-and-centres/health-economics-group). She previously completed her MSc in Health Economics at UEA. Since then, and before joining the HEG group, she has been working in private consultancy generating health economic and qualitative evidence for diagnostic and pharmaceutical companies. She currently splits her time between the PHIRST Connect (https://phirst.nihr.ac.uk/about-phirst/phirst-connect/) and Health Economics and Prioritisation theme of the ARC EoE team (https://arc-eoe.nihr.ac.uk/research-implementation/research-themes/health-economics-and-prioritisation-health-and-social-care). She is interested in sexual health research and inequality of access in related healthcare and services.