Terri Jackson is adjunct associate professor at the Melbourne Institute for Applied Economic and Social Research, and the School of Population and Global Health, at the University of Melbourne. Her research in the economics of hospital care has focused on improving technical efficiency and payment system reform. More recently, she has focused on the economics of adverse events. She is a consultant to the Australian Institute for Health and Welfare, the National (Australian) Health Performance Authority, the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, and the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. She has previously held research appointments at Monash University, LaTrobe University, The University of Queensland, and the University of Alberta. She gained a PhD in Health Policy from Brandeis University where she was a Pew Health Policy scholar.