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10 latest LSEHSC publications

Parents' experiences of services addressing parenting of children considered at-risk for future antisocial and criminal behaviour: a qualitative longitudinal study
Stevens, Madeleine (2018) Parents' experiences of services addressing parenting of children considered at-risk for future antisocial and criminal behaviour: a qualitative longitudinal study. Children and Youth Services Review. ISSN 0190-7409

The earlier the better? Individual participant data and traditional meta‐analysis of age effects of parenting interventions
Gardner, Frances and Leijten, Patty and Melendez‐Torres, G. J. and Landau, Sabine and Harris, Victoria and Mann, Joanna and Beecham, Jennifer and Hutchings, Judy and Scott, Stephen (2018) The earlier the better? Individual participant data and traditional meta‐analysis of age effects of parenting interventions. Child Development. ISSN 0009-3920

Getting and keeping people healthy: reflecting on the successes and failures of public health policy in Europe
Williams, Gemma and Rechel, Bernd and McDaid, David and Wismar, Matthias and McKee, Martin (2018) Getting and keeping people healthy: reflecting on the successes and failures of public health policy in Europe. Eurohealth, 24 (2). pp. 29-33. ISSN 1356-1030

Cost-effectiveness of PoNDER health visitor training for mothers at lower risk of depression: findings on prevention of postnatal depression from a cluster-randomised controlled trial
Henderson, Catherine and Dixon, Simon and Bauer, Annette and Knapp, Martin and Morrell, C. Jane and Slade, Pauline and Walters, Stephen J. and Brugha, Traolach (2018) Cost-effectiveness of PoNDER health visitor training for mothers at lower risk of depression: findings on prevention of postnatal depression from a cluster-randomised controlled trial. Psychological Medicine. ISSN 0033-2917

The unexpected outcomes of the closure of 67 inpatient care facilities in 2011 in Romania
Scîntee, Silvia Gabriela and Vlădescu, Cristian and Sagan, Anna and Hernández-Quevedo, Cristina (2018) The unexpected outcomes of the closure of 67 inpatient care facilities in 2011 in Romania. Health Policy. ISSN 0168-8510

Mental health and the response to financial incentives: evidence from a survey incentives experiment
Kung, Claryn S. J. and Johnston, David W. and Shields, Michael A. (2018) Mental health and the response to financial incentives: evidence from a survey incentives experiment. Journal of Health Economics. ISSN 0167-6296

A review of NICE appraisals of pharmaceuticals 2000-2016 found variation in establishing comparative clinical effectiveness
Anderson, Michael and Naci, Huseyin and Morrison, Deborah and Osipenko, Leeza and Mossialos, Elias (2018) A review of NICE appraisals of pharmaceuticals 2000-2016 found variation in establishing comparative clinical effectiveness. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. ISSN 0895-4356

El Boletín se adapta a las nuevas tecnologías
Hernández-Quevedo, Cristina and Mestre Ferrándiz, Jorge and Sánchez-Iriso, Eduardo and Bohigas, Lluís (2018) El Boletín se adapta a las nuevas tecnologías. Blog Economía y Salud Search (15 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Organization and financing of public health services in Europe: country reports
UNSPECIFIED (2018) Organization and financing of public health services in Europe: country reports. Health policy, Rechel, Bernd and Maresso, Anna and Sagan, Anna and Hernández-Quevedo, Cristina and Williams, Gemma and Richardson, Erica and Jakubowski, Elke and Nolte, Ellen (eds.) 49. World Health Organization, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Spain: health system review
Bernal-Delgado, Enrique and García-Armesto, Sandra and Oliva, Juan and Sánchez Martínez, Fernando Ignacio and Repullo, José Ramón and Peña-Longobardo, Luz María and Ridao-López, Manuel and Hernández-Quevedo, Cristina (2018) Spain: health system review. Health Systems in Transition. , 20 (2). European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

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