Presentations 2012

Annette Bauer, The economic consequences of community capacity-building projects|, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Theresa Baumker, Linda Pickard, Derek King, Recent survey evidence about unpaid care, SSCR Carers Research Workshop, London School of Economics, 7 November 2012

Jennifer Beecham, Strengthening your proposal through economic evaluation, UKC seminar on understanding and applying to the NIHR, University of Kent, May 2012

Jennifer Beecham, The unit costs programme at the PSSRU, Study tour for central and local government officials and policy advisors from Kosovo, LSE, March 2012

Eva-Maria Bonin, Jennifer Beecham, Ulrike Schmidt, The economic consequences of anorexia nervosa in a British cohort, Institute of Education seminar: The value and use of cohort studies for social investigation and policy making, London, November 2012

Eva-Maria Bonin, Jennifer Beecham, Are day-long psycho-educational workshops cost-effective?| BABCP 2012, Leeds, 28 June 2012

June Brown, L Horrell, I Sclare, S Lynch, Eva-Maria Bonin, Using community day-long workshops to offer CBT to adults and adolescents who may not otherwise access services, BABCP 2012, Leeds, June 2012

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Financing and organising long-term care, LUISS, Rome, February 2012

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Long-Term Care systems and horizontal and vertical equity: Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and Poland, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Barriers and opportunities for private long-term care insurance: the role of the public system, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Emilie Courtin, Support services for informal carers across Europe: a critical review of the evidence on policies and best practices, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Francesco D’Amico, Is the quality of home care for older people in England improving? Evidence from a survey of publicly-funded service users, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Jackie Damant, The MonAMI project: The social benefits of telecare, King's Fund International Congress of Telehealth and Telecare, 2012

Julien Forder, Insuring against the costs of long-term care: the role of INAs, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Julien Forder, Juliette Malley, Using and interpreting social care outcomes: The ASCOT measure, QORU Seminar, How can we make the best use of information on outcomes?, London, April 2012

Cristiano Gori, The reform of the Italian cash-for-care system in times of economic recession. An example of evidence-based users’ lobby, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Catherine Henderson, The costs and consequences of introducing advanced assistive technologies for people with long-term needs and conditions: evidence from the Whole Systems Demonstrators trials in England, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Catherine Henderson, Comparison of self-report data on the use of health and social care services with administrative data sets, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Catherine Henderson, Martin Knapp, Jose-Luis Fernández, Jennifer Beecham, WSD evaluation team, An economic evaluation of telehealth: evidence from the Whole Systems Demonstrators Project. Royal Society of Medicine, London, November 2012

Martin Knapp, Autism: making an economic case?, Edinburgh, February 2012.

Martin Knapp, Economics of public mental health: current issues, Public Health seminar, Lausanne, February 2012

Martin Knapp, Autism: Economic Impact and Implications, Hong Kong, March 2012

Martin Knapp, Social Care - New Economic Relaties, Tizard Centre Annual Lecture, Canterbury, March 2012

Martin Knapp, Affective disorders – new economic realities, International Society of Affective Disorders Congress, London, April 2012

Martin Knapp, Mental health, austerity and economics, Cambridge University, May 2012

Martin Knapp, Mental health, austerity and economics: Some practice, policy and research imperatives, Nottingham University, June 2012

Martin Knapp, Mental health, economic downturn and evaluation: rising to the challenge, invited plenary, European Conference on Health Economics, Zurich, July 2012

Martin Knapp, Autism: some economic challenges, Autism and employment conference, Birmingham, November 2012

Martin Knapp, Economics of evidence-based practice and mental health, Royal College of Psychiatrists Eastern and South Eastern Division Joint Conference, Hatfield, November 2012

Martin Knapp, Social policy and health economics: adults and older persons, Economic evaluation of health and social care course, Barcelona, November 2012

Martin Knapp, What urgency for a care policy in Europe?, European Parliament Colloquium: Action for Teens, Brussels, November 2012

Juliette Malley, Improving the quality and performance of long-term care: A case study of England, Invited presentation given to a delegation from the Seoul Metropolitan Government, organised by the Department for European Affairs of the ENA (Ecole Nationale d'Administration, Strasbourg), London, May 2012

Juliette Malley, Developing adjusted indicators of quality from survey data, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Juliette Malley, The annual survey programme, Annual Social Services Research Group Conference, Improving Outcomes? The Frameworks for Adult Social Care, Public Health and the NHS - Making it all work, Birmingham, November 2012

Juliette Malley, Measuring quality and the development of performance measures: a European perspective, OECD Expert Meeting on Long-Term Care Quality, Paris, November 2012

Juliette Malley, Evidence about the experiences of black and minority ethnic groups from the Social Care User Survey Programme, NIHR SSCR BME and Social Care Research workshop, London, December 2012

Juliette Malley, Jose-Luis Fernandez, Generating ‘adjusted’ indicators from social care survey data, 2nd International Long-Term Care Conference, London, September 2012

Juliette Malley, Jose-Luis Fernandez, Marte Nyssens (2012) Measuring and improving performance in home care services: A four country comparison, International Long-Term Care Conference, London, September 2012

Juliette Malley, Jacquetta Holder, Rachel Dodgson, S Booth, Regulating the quality and safety of long-term care in England, 2nd International Long-Term Care Conference, London, September 2012

Tihana Matosevic, Evidence-informed policy making: Exploring the concept of knowledge transfer in social care, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Tihana Matosevic, Long-term care for older people: public financing, independent sector provision, and care providers’ motivations, TAIEX Workshop on Long-term care, Belgrade, November 2012

David McDaid, Reflections on the development of health and long-term care expenditure in ageing societies, Max Planck Institute MaxNetAgeing Annual Conference, Bad Kohlgrub, Germany, January 2012

David McDaid, What do we know about different tools to bring about behaviour change for public health?, Policy Dialogue, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Stockholm, Sweden, March 2012 

David McDaid, Mental health, wellbeing and economics, PRIMHE Conference, University of Stafford, June 2012

David McDaid, The links between debt and mental health, Mental Health in Times of Economic Crisis, European Parliament Health Interest Group, Brussels, June 2012

David McDaid, Impacte socioeconòmic de la promoció del treball per a persones amb trastorn mental en l’àmbit de la Unió Europea, Inclusió laboral i salut mental: evidències i innovació, Perspectives nacionals i internacionals, Barcelona, June 2012

David McDaid, Making an economic case for cross-sectoral investment in public health, Swiss Public Health Conference 2012, Lausanne, August 2012

David McDaid, Making the case for investing in suicide prevention: the economic argument, 14th European Symposium of Suicide and Suicidal Behaviour, Tel-Aviv, Israel, September 2012

David McDaid, Counting all the costs: a perspective on the economic impact of cancer in Europe, ECL Annual Conference, Ligue National Contre le Cancer, October 2012

David McDaid, Keynote lecture: economic arguments for mental health promotion and wellbeing initiatives, Seventh World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Perth, Australia, October 2012

David McDaid, Dissemination, implementation and public health, US National Institutes of Health International Diabetes and Depression Conference, Washington DC, October 2012

David McDaid, Economics of public health and health promotion (panel), Economist Global Healthcare Summit, London, November 2012

David McDaid, Disability, ageing and long-term care: Some potential future policy considerations, International COURAGE in EUROPE Conference, Milan, November 2012

David McDaid, Reflections on mental health in Europe, CNAMTS internal presentation, Paris, November 2012

David McDaid, Contributions of economic evaluation studies to decision making in mental health policies: an English perspective, Workshop on economics of mental health and public health policies: costs and benefits of deinstitutionalisation, Sao Paolo, Brasil, December 2012

David McDaid, Financing and evaluating mental health services in low and middle income countries: how to balance efficiency and equity, Workshop on economics of mental health and public health policies: costs and benefits of deinstitutionalisation, Sao Paolo, Brasil, December 2012

David McDaid, The costs and benefits of deinstitutionalisation: an international perspective, Workshop on economics of mental health and public health policies: costs and benefits of deinstitutionalisation, Sao Paolo, Brasil, December 2012

David McDaid, A-La Park, Counting all the costs: why we need to estimate the costs of physical health comorbidities in Europe, World Psychiatric Association, World Association of Primary Care Doctors Thematic Conference, Granada, Spain, February 2012

David McDaid, A-La Park, The benefits of integrating primary care mental health and wellbeing into mental health services. The UK strategy? No health without mental health?, WPA Thematic Conference: Mental health and Family Medicine working together, Granada, Spain, February 2012

David McDaid, Tihana Matosevic, Jose-Luis Fernandez, Long term care: regulatory frameworks and types of services provided, Meeting of EU Committee on Social Affairs and Employment, Brussels, April 2012

David McDaid, Franco Sassi, Challenges in the assessment of nutrition and public health programmes, Bringing HTA to public health decision making, The economic assessment of nutrition and its impact, 9th HTAi Annual Meeting, Bilbao, June 2012

David McDaid, A-La Park, Estimating the economic costs of suicidal acts: a perspective from OSPI analysis, Symposium "Suicide prevention and depression care with focus on internet-based interventions targeting depression” University of Leipzig, June 2012

David McDaid, A-La Park, Acupuncture for integrated pain management. How much does it cost and is it worth it?, Acupuncture for Integrated Pain Management, London, July 2012

David McDaid, A-La Park, Economic arguments for mental health and wellbeing initiatives, The 7th World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and the Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Perth, Australia, October 2012

David McDaid, A-La Park, Ulrich Hegerl, Nicole Koburger, Ella Arensman, Claire Coffey, Maria Kopp, Andreas Székely, Optimizing suicide prevention programs and their implementation in Europe (OSPI-Europe): Results of a best practice, multi-level programme for suicidality prevention-Part 2, 14th European Symposium of Suicide & Suicidal Behaviour, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel, September 2012

David McDaid, A-La Park, Counting all the costs: the economic costs of comorbidities, European Parliament Interest Group on Mental Health, Wellbeing and Brain Disorders, Brussels, December 2012

A-La Park, Suicide prevention in Europe: making the economic case, International Congress of Behavioural Medicine, Budapest, Hungary, August-September 2012

A-La Park, Economic costs of comorbidity in people with mental disorders, The 7th World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and the Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Perth, Australia, October 2012

A-La Park, David McDaid, Economic modelling of mindfulness meditation for people with mental health problems, International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health, Portland, USA, May 2012

A-La Park, David McDaid, Economic modelling for mindfulness meditation for people with mental health problems, The 7th World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and the Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Perth, Australia, October 2012

Linda Pickard, Overcoming barriers: unpaid care and employment. Findings from the scoping study, SSCR Annual Conference 2012, London, May 2012

Linda Pickard, Overcoming barriers: unpaid care and employment in England – the Follow-on Study, SSCR Carers Research Workshop, London School of Economics, 7 November 2012

Linda Pickard, Overcoming barriers: unpaid care and employment in England - the Scoping Study, SSCR Carers Research Workshop, London School of Economics, 7 November 2012

Tom Snell, Assessing eligibility for care: the English case, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Lisa Trigg, The definition and implementation of best practice and quality standards in long-term care in eight European countries, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Gerald Wistow, The role of older people in commissioning services: levels and outcomes, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Raphael Wittenberg, Projections of aggregate public and private expenditures under different scenarios for reform of the system of funding long-term care, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Raphael Wittenberg, Potential reforms to the funding of long-term care in England and their cost, CHSEO seminar, Nuffield College Oxford, seminar, November 2012

Raphael Wittenberg, Projections of Long-term Care Expenditure, European Health Economics Conference, Zurich, July 2012

Raphael WittenbergProjections of Long-term Care Expenditure, International Long-term Care Network conference, LSE, September 2012

Raphael WittenbergPotential Reforms to the Funding of Long-term Care in England and their Costs, Health Policy seminar, CHSEO, Nuffield College Oxford, November 2012

Raphael Wittenberg, Funding of Long-Term Care, World Policy Conference, Cannes, 9 December 2012

Valentina Zigante, Is it All about Fiscal Austerity? Privatisation, Choice and the Liberalisation of the Welfare State, Cross-disciplinary perspectives on welfare state development, Odense, June, 2012

Valentina Zigante, Does choice improve subjective well-being? The case of German Long-term Care provision, 2nd International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2012

Valentina Zigante, Understanding choice reforms, Policy & Politics Conference, September 2012

Valentina Zigante, Liberalisation of the Welfare State: Choice, Privatisation and the Middle Class, Paper prepared for APSA, New Orleans September 2012 

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