Presentations 2002

Seán Boyle, Public-Private Partnerships, Italian Health Economics Annual Conference, Italy

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Raphael Wittenberg and Linda Pickard, Future demand and costs of long-term care in England: projections from the PSSRU model, Seminar at Bremen University, Zentrum für Sozialpolitik Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Abteilung, Bremen, Germany

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Raphael Wittenberg, Linda Pickard, Bleddyn Davies and Robin Darton, The PSSRU study of projections of demand for long-term care, Future Public Expenditure on Long-Term Care in Europe: First international seminar, Barcelona, Spain

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Raphael Wittenberg, Linda Pickard, Robin Darton and Bleddyn Davies, The PSSRU study of projections of demand for long-term care, Ageing population - burden or benefit?, Institute of Actuaries, UK., Edinburgh

Vanessa Davey, Partnerships between health and social care: A Framework for evaluation. Discussion of Caroline Glendinning's paper in Policy & Politics, LSE Health and Social Care Discussion Group Series, LSE

Bleddyn Davies, Community service productivities and efficiencies: implications for policy and policy-making, LSE Health and Social Care Launch, LSE

Bleddyn Davies, Community care reform in the UK: To what extent and by what means are the goals being achieved?, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra

Bleddyn Davies, Value for money in community care reform: using knowledge about service productivities and efficiencies to improve policy-making, New South Wales Department of Disability and Health Policy Unit of the School of Economics, University of Wollongong

Bleddyn Davies, Value for money in community care reform: using knowledge about service productivities and efficiencies to improve policy-making, Department of Health and Ageing, Commonwealth of Australia

Bleddyn Davies and Jose Luis Fernández, Productivities and efficiencies in post-reform UK community care, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney

Bleddyn Davies and Jose Luis Fernández, Reform history and the targeting of care management for elderly users of community care: the policy choice, how well it has worked, and how outcomes could be improved, Social Policy Association, Middlesborough

Bleddyn Davies and Jose Luis Fernández, Productivities of intensive and coordinative care management and their targeting implications, INREC, Hanover

Bleddyn Davies and Jose Luis Fernández, Service productivities and the potential gains from reducing inefficiency in matching resources to user circumstances in British home and community-based care of elderly people, American Public Health Association [APHA

Bleddyn Davies and Jose Luis Fernández, Purposive targeting of users and outcomes and improved service productivities and efficiencies in home and community services: effects of the English reforms and an evaluation of alternative developments, Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston

Jose Luis Fernández and Bleddyn Davies, Productivities and efficiency in community care in England and France: implications for policy choices, productivity and performance in the provision of public services, Productivity and Performance in the Provision of Public Services, National Institute of Economic and Social Research at The British Academy, Carlton House Terrace, London

Julien Forder, Delayed discharge: health and social care substitution, Centre for Health Economics seminar, University of York, York

Julien Forder, Markets, hierarchies and regulation: governance issues in social care, LSE Health and Social Care Launch Conference, London

Julien Forder and Brian Hardy, Theories of purchasing, Effective purchasing for health gain workshop, European Observatory on Healthcare Reform, Venice, Italy

Ruth Hancock, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Raphael Wittenberg and Linda Pickard, Who will pay for long-term care? Projections linking macro- and micro-simulation models, 2nd conference of the International Network for Research on Eldercare, Hanover, Germany

Ruth Hancock, Raphael Wittenberg, Adelina Comas-Herrera, and Linda Pickard, Projections of long-term care finance for older people to 2051, Institute for Public Policy Research Conference, A New Contract for Retirement, London

Andrew Healey, Cost-effectiveness of Home Treatment for mental health problems, Royal College of Psychiatrists conference, Cardiff

Andrew Healey, Adult labour market consequences of child and adolescent antisocial behaviour, London School of Economics

Andrew Healey, Willingness to pay for reductions in violent crime, American Public Health Association, Atlanta, US

Andrew Healey, Willingness to pay for reductions in violent crime, International Health Economics Association, University of York

Shane Kavanagh and David McDaid, Valuing informal care, 3rd International Conference on Pharmacoeconomics in Dementia, Stockholm, Sweden

Jeremy Kendall, UK social care in comparative perspective, LSE Health & Social Care Launch Conference, London

Derek King, The impact of private medical insurance coverage on health service utilisation in England, Health and Social Care in Britain and Europe, London

Derek King, Side-effects and non-adherence: Treatment and cost implications for patients with schizophrenia in Britain, Mental health for a United Europe: Service Research in Context, Sofia, Bulgaria

Martin Knapp, Mental health evaluations: impossible to do well...or impossible to conform with the economic hegemony, LSTHM staff seminar, London

Martin Knapp, Perspective on costing, Third international pharmacoeconomical conference on Alzheimer's disease, Stockholm, Sweden

Martin Knapp, Economic aspects of schizophrenia treatment, Seminar for psychiatrists, Hong Kong

Martin Knapp, Economic challenges for mental health services, Peruvian National Congress of Psychiatry, Lima, Peru

Martin Knapp, Economic impacts of mental illness: some examples, Peruvian National Congress of Psychiatry, Lima, Peru

Martin Knapp, How can economics help psychiatry?, Peruvian National Congress of Psychiatry, Lima, Peru

Martin Knapp, Schizophrenia treatment research developments, Seminar for EUFAMI board, Rome, Italy

Martin Knapp, Can we afford the best treatments for schizophrenia, Seminar for psychiatrists, Sussex

Martin Knapp, Mental health: the economic case for investment, Seminar organised by the Department for International Development, London

Martin Knapp, Economic issues in psychiatry across Europe, ENMESH conference, Sofia, Bulgaria

Martin Knapp, The continuum of care: from getting well to keeping well, Australia/New Zealand Regional Neuroscience conference, Phuket, Thailand

Martin Knapp, The continuum of care: from getting well to keeping well, Asia Pacific Regional Neuroscience conference, Phuket, Thailand

Martin Knapp and Jennifer Beecham, Economic aspects of child care, Working with young whose needs challenge mainstream services, Southampton

Martin Knapp, European experiences in schizophrenia care: quality of life and cost effectiveness, Seminars for psychiatrists and other mental health workers, Kobe, Osaka, Tokyo, Morioka, all in Japan

Martin Knapp, Economic issues in stress and depression, European Commission seminar "Future mental health challenges in Europe", Luxembourg

Martin Knapp and Julien Forder, Social care: markets, closures and commissioning, Presentation to the ADSS and independent sector providers

Martin Knapp and Tihana Matosevic, Domiciliary care markets: findings and recent PSSRU research, Seminar for independent home care provider executive board, Bluewater

Martin Knapp and Ann Netten, Sessions on economics of social care, Workshop on costing social services, Hong Kong

Martin Knapp, Ann Netten and Julien Forder, Care homes: commissioning, market features and closures, Invited seminar at Department of Health, London

David McDaid, Addressing inequalities in Mental Health, Vocational rehabilitation and change colloquium, Berlin

David McDaid, Estimating costs of informal care for people with Alzheimer's Disease, The Dementias 2002, London

David McDaid and Richard Cookson, The use of economic analysis in European health care decision making, Health Technology Assessment Research Workshop, Birmingham

David McDaid, Cross national analysis of the burden of informal care in England, Sweden and Italy, Caregivers Special Interest Group Seminar, York

David McDaid, The NHS Economic Evaluation Database: Evidence of application, NHS Economic Evaluation Database Conference, York

David McDaid, Quo vadis? Generating and facilitating the use of economic evidence, Future Mental Health Challenges in Europe, Luxembourg

Linda Pickard, Arrangements for providing and funding long-term care for older people in the UK, Future Public Expenditure on Long-Term Care in Europe: First international seminar, Barcelona, Spain

Linda Pickard, Adelina Comas-Herrera and Raphael Wittenberg, Informal and formal care scenarios to 2051, Future Public Expenditure on Long-Term Care in Europe: Second international seminar, London

Linda Pickard, Raphael Wittenberg, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Bleddyn Davies and Robin Darton, Scenarios for future patterns of care to 2031: the UK experience, Future Public Expenditure on Long-Term Care in Europe: First international seminar, Barcelona, Spain

Linda Pickard, Raphael Wittenberg, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Bleddyn Davies and Robin Darton, Informal care for older people to 2031 in the UK, Future Public Expenditure on Long-Term Care in Europe: First international seminar, Barcelona, Spain

Raphael Wittenberg, Long-term care finance, LSE Health & Social Care Launch Conference, London

Raphael Wittenberg, Modelling future needs and costs of long-term care, Modelling Policy in an Ageing Europe Conference, London

Raphael Wittenberg, Linda Pickard and Adelina Comas-Herrera, Base case and variant scenarios to 2051: UK model results, Future Public Expenditure on Long-Term Care in Europe: Second international seminar, London

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