Presentations 2003

Safiullah Afghan, Sarah Byford, Damian Walker and Martin Knapp, Economic evaluation of mental health interventions in developing countries: a systematic review, Sixth workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry, Venice, Italy

Seán Boyle, US Conference on Complexity in Human Systems

Seán Boyle, US Conference on Agent-based Social Simulation

Sarah Byford, Martin Knapp and colleagues, Cost-effectiveness of brief cognitive behaviour therapy versus treatment as usual in recurrent deliberate self-harm, Sixth workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry, Venice, Italy

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Raphael Wittenberg and Linda Pickard, Projections of future long-term care expenditure in Germany, Spain, Italy and the UK to 2050, 5th European Congress of Gerontology (International Association of Gerontology), Barcelona, Spain

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Raphael Wittenberg, Linda Pickard and Martin Knapp, Cognitive impairment in older people: its implications for future demand for services and costs, HESG, Canterbury

Vanessa Davey, The Health and Social Care Interface in England in 2002, Presentation to Korean delegates, LSE

Vanessa Davey, Prioritising, planning and commissioning of older people's services by PCTs and Las, Prioritising, Planning and Commissioning Study feedback seminar for participants, LSE

Jose Luis Fernández and Julien Forder, Long-term care as a means of achieving an efficient health care system: the case for reducing hospital discharge rates, International Health Economics Association 4th World Congress: 'Global Health Economics: Bridging Research and Reforms', San Francisco, California, USA

Jose Fernández and Julien Forder, Consequences of variations in social care on the performance of the acute health care sector, Health Economist Study Group annual conference, Canterbury

Jose Luis Fernández, Monica Oliveira, Bleddyn Davies and Larry Phillips, Rational decision-making: An equity resource allocation model to allocate social care budgets for English Local Health Authorities, International Health Economics conference, San Francisco, USA

Ruth Hancock, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Raphael Wittenberg and Linda Pickard, Who will pay for long-term care in the UK? Projections linking macro and micro-simulation models, International Microsimulation Conference on Population Ageing and Health: Modelling our Future, NATSEM, Canberra, Australia

Ruth Hancock, Linda Pickard, Adelina Comas-Herrera and Raphael Wittenberg, Who will pay for long-term care in the UK? Projections linking macro- and micro-simulation models, Welfare Policy and Analysis Seminar, CASE, LSE, London

Andrew Healey, Long-term labour market consequences of antisocial behaviour in childhood and adolescence, International Health Economic Association, San Francisco, USA

Andrew Healey, Martin Knapp and David Farrington, The long-term employment consequences of conduct problems in childhood and adolescence, Sixth workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry, Venice, Italy

Jeremy Kendall, The added value of the voluntary sector, Joint University of Oxford/Institute of Public Policy Research conference, London

Jeremy Kendall, The future of the voluntary sector, Canterbury District Community Alliance meeting, University of Kent

Derek King, The impact of private medical insurance coverage on health service utilisation, Social Policy Association Conference

Derek King, Martin Knapp, Klaus Pugner and Pablo Lapuerta, Non-adherence to antipsychotic medication and inpatient service use and costs - an analysis of the United Kingdom Psychiatric Morbidity Survey, Health Economists Study Group, Canterbury

Martin Knapp, The economics of mental health: Why relevant? What is known? What do we want?, LSE Student Health Society, London

Martin Knapp, Calculating the cost of depression for Asia, World Psychiatric Association conference, Beijing

Martin Knapp, Economic and social burden of mental ill health, Mental health in Europe: new challenges, new opportunities (European conference), Bilbao

Martin Knapp, The roles and functions of the public and independent sectors in social care in the UK, First International Symposium on the Activation of Community Social Welfare, Seoul, Korea

Martin Knapp, Long-term care in England: structures and challenges, Seminar at the Korean Institute for Health and Social Areas, Seoul, Korea

Martin Knapp, Can we afford to treat schizophrenia?, Schizophrenia conference chair, Fiji

Martin Knapp, Economics of social care, Master in Public Health short course, Singapore

Martin Knapp, Economics of social care, Economics of mental health short course, Singapore

Martin Knapp, Economics of mental health, Staff seminar, Department of Psychiatry, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh

Martin Knapp, Mental health and employment connections, causes, responses, London Mental Health Research and Development virtual institute conference, London

Martin Knapp, Longitudinal outcomes in schizophrenia: the SOHO study, World Psychiatric Association Congress, Vienna, Austria

Martin Knapp, Long term care: future demands, Registered Nursing Home Association Annual Conference, London

Martin Knapp, The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of intervention in child and adolescent mental health services, Norwegian National Mental Health Conference, Oslo

Martin Knapp, Mental health economics: new European dimensions, Sixth European meeting of national counterparts for the WHO European mental health programme, Madrid

Martin Knapp, Economic issues for mental health in low and middle income countries, PSSRU/DfID/OHE conference on "Mental Health Economics and Policy in a Global Context", London

Martin Knapp, Service utilisation, costs and expenditure patterns, LOMHR&D seminar, London

Martin Knapp and Adelina Comas, The costs of dementia today and tomorrow, NIESR conference, London

Martin Knapp, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Raphael Wittenberg and Linda Pickard, The costs of dementia today and tomorrow, A biological and socio-economic assessment of the consequences of an ageing population, NIESR and Institute of Psychiatry conference, London

Martin Knapp and Andrew Healey, Adult labour market implications of antisocial behaviour in childhood and adolescence: findings from a UK longitudinal study, Health Economist Study Group annual conference, Canterbury

Martin Knapp, Derek King and colleagues, The cost of diabetes in patients with schizophrenia: a retrospective cohort analysis of the United Kingdom General Practice Research Database, Sixth workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry, Venice, Italy

Martin Knapp and David McDaid, Identifying and tackling the economic impacts of mental health problems, Mental Health in Europe: New Challenges, New Opportunities (EC conference), Bilbao

Martin Knapp, Dave McDaid and Claire Curran, EU enlargement and mental health. An economic perspective, WHO Conference on Mental Health and Enlargement, Bilbao, Spain

Martin Knapp, U Werneke and Sara Northey, Poster: Sildenafil prescribing in patients with psychological distress, Sixth workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry, Venice, Italy

Paul McCrone, Martin Knapp, Judy Proudfoot, Kate Cavanagh, Clash Ryden, David Shapiro, Sophie Ilson, Jeffrey Gray, David Goldberg, Anthony Mann and Isaac Marks, Cost-effectiveness of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy for anxiety and depression in primary care, Sixth workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry, Venice, Italy, Mar 2003

David McDaid, Stigma and the burden of mental illness: An economic perspective, Greek Presidency Conference on Mental Illness and Stigma in Europe, Athens, Greece

David McDaid, The public/private mix in healthcare: reflections on the mixed economy of mental health care in Europe, European Health Policy Discussion Group, London

David McDaid, Implementation of guidelines: Strategies to make it happen, European Bone Density Strategy Group Meeting, Brussels, Belgium

David McDaid, Applying economic evaluation across the field of social welfare, International Health Economics Association Conference, San Francisco, USA

David McDaid, The use, misuse and non-use of economic analyses in decision-making in public health care systems. Panel session, International Health Economics Association Conference, San Francisco, USA

David McDaid, Dissemination and implementation of health technology assessment findings in Europe, International Society for Technology Assessment in Health Care Meeting, Canmore, Alberta, Canada

David McDaid, Evaluating healthy living centres: an economic perspective, Department of Health/NOF HLC Seminar, London

David McDaid, Evidence based policy and practice: the state of play for mental health, Norwegian National Conference on Mental Health, Health and Social Care Directorate, Oslo

David McDaid and L. Magliano, Caring for the caregivers, Norwegian Ministry of Health Conference on Mental Health, Oslo, Norway

David McDaid, Adelina-Comas Herrera, Linda Pickard, and Raphael Wittenberg, Ageing and Health Care in the European Union, Meeting of the Association of European Regions and ALIVE network, Portugal

David McDaid, Mental Health Policy and Practice Across Europe, European Health Forum Gastein, Austria

David McDaid, The role of mental health economics in Europe, Challenges of the Enlargement of the European Union in the Pharmaceutical Sector, EU PHARE Programme, Bulgaria

David McDaid, The use of economic evidence in health technology assessment. Breaking down barriers between knowledge production and decision making, Session on translating Evidence into Policy and Practice, 6th European Health Forum Gastein, Austria

David McDaid, An International Perspective on the Development of Mental Health Policy and Practice, Schizophrenia Ireland Biennial Conference, Dublin

David McDaid, Development of a Mental Health Economics Network, European Commission Luxembourg

David McDaid, Employment and mental health: a socio-economic perspective, Illness and Employment: Retaining the Link to Work, Italian Presidency Conference organised by the European Foundation on Work and Living Conditions, Calabria

David McDaid, Developments in European Mental Health Policy, Conference on Mental Health Policy in Ireland (Mental Health Ireland and Amnesty International), Dublin

David McDaid, Does Economic Evaluation Influence Health Policy and Practice? Health Economics Research Centre Seminar, University of Oxford

Anita Patel, Brian Everitt, Martin Knapp, Deirdre Grant, Clare Reeder and Til Wykes, Factors associated with costs incurred by schizophrenia patients with cognitive deficits, Sixth workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry, Venice, Italy

Anita Patel, Brian Everitt, Martin Knapp, Deirdre Grant, Clare Reeder and Till Wykes, Factors associated with costs incurred by schizophrenia patients with cognitive deficits, Health Economist Study Group, Canterbury

Linda Pickard, The decline of intensive intergenerational care in Great Britain?  The contribution of children towards informal care of elderly parents, 1985-1995. European Sociological Association Conference (Research Network on Ageing in Europe), 9th-12th September 2003, Murcia, Spain.

Linda Pickard, Adelina Comas-Herrera and Raphael Wittenberg, A decline in informal care for older people in Europe? Implications for long-term care expenditure to 2050, 6th European Congress of Gerontology (International Association of Gerontology), Barcelona, Spain

Linda Pickard, Adelina Comas-Herrera and Raphael Wittenberg, Modelling an entitlement to long-term care in Europe: Projections for long-term care expenditure to 2050, European Sociological Association Conference (Research Network on Ageing in Europe), Murcia, Spain

Renee Romeo, Martin Knapp and Stephen Scott, Poster: Economic costs of childhood antisocial behaviour. Long-term pay-offs?, Sixth workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry, Venice, Italy

M Rosetti, David McDaid, B Given, R Clark, How Are Researchers Collecting Data on the Economic Burden of Family Care?, International Health Economics Association Conference, San Francisco

Heinz Rothgang, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Raphael Wittenberg and Linda Pickard, The mixed economy of long-term care in England, Germany, Italy and Spain, 4th International Social Security Asssociation conference: "Social Security in a long-life society", Antwerp, Belgium

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