Presentations 2006

Jennifer Beecham, What Do We Mean By High Cost Services for Children with Disabilities? Commissioning Services for Children with Disabilities and Complex Health Needs, London, 13 September 2006

Jennifer Beecham, Using Mixed Methods To Investigate Effectiveness and Costs of Key Worker Services for Disabled Children, ESRC Research Methods Festival, Oxford, 17-20 July 2006.

Jennifer Beecham, Hard Choices in Costs and Outcomes, Tier 4 CAMHS: Improving, Expanding and Reforming? Coventry, 5 July 2006

Jennifer Beecham, Health Economics and Evaluation, MSc in Ageing and Mental Health, University College London, May 2006

Jennifer Beecham, Costs: Definition and Identification, MSc Mental Health Research Methods, Institute of Psychiatry, London, February 2006

Seán Boyle, From 2 years to 6 months: How Did NHS Providers Reduce Wait Times, Conference hosted by Interior Health in British Columbia, Canada on Improving Access to Surgical Services, Kelowna, British Columbia

Seán Boyle, Diane Plamping and Julian Pratt, Working and planning together, Workshop for health sector NGOs, Ramallah, Palestine

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Future Expenditure on Long-Term Care Services for Older People in Europe, IV Foro de Envejecimiento y Salud. La nueva Ley de Dependencia ante el contexto europeo, Fundacion Sanitas y Fundacion Pfizer, Madrid

Vanessa Davey, Direct Payments: Analysis of LA Uptake and User and Provider Experiences, Presentation to local authority representatives, Cambridge County Council, Cambridge

Vanessa Davey, Direct Payments Survey: A National Survey of Local Authority Direct Payments Policy and Practice, Presentation of findings from a forthcoming report at a one-day dissemination conference on direct payments, London School of Economics and Political Science, London

Vanessa Davey, Direct Payments Survey: A National Survey of Local Authority Direct Payments Policy and Practice, Briefing to Department of Health representatives, Department of Health, London

Vanessa Davey, Evaluation of the Direct Payments Development Fund Implementation, Presentation of research findings, Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID), The Moray House School of Education, Edinburgh University, Edinburgh

Vanessa Davey, Supporting Direct Payment Users - Creating Sustainable Capacity, Presentation to the Department of Health / Care Services Improvement Partnership work programme for Direct Payments., Department of Health, London

Vanessa Davey and Tihana Matosevic, Quality Assurance of Long-Term Care Services for Older People in England: Evidence and Policy Trends, European Commission, Directorate General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Brussels, Belgium

Jose-Luis Fernandez, Prevention for Older People: Context, Policy and Economics, Cutting Corners Or Cutting Costs?' The Value Of Early Intervention For Older People, Counsel and Care National conference, Barbican Centre, London

Jose-Luis Fernandez, Social Care for Older People in the Future: Findings from the Wanless Social Care Review, The Future of Adult Social Care: Care Outside Hospital, Age Concern, Winchester

Jose-Luis Fernandez, The Wanless Social Care Review, UK Home Care Association national conference, Sheffield

Jose-Luis Fernandez, The Wanless Social Care Review: Implications for Informal Care Policy, Developing Services for Carers of Older People, King's Fund, London

Jose-Luis Fernandez, Working with Wanless: Estimating Future Expenditure Requirements of High-Quality Long-Term Care Services for Older People, Institute for Studies on Ageing Seminar Series, Sheffield University, Sheffield

Julien Forder, Current Pressures in Delivering Social Care for Older People, Lyons Inquiry seminar series: What do people want from local government? Future options for adult social care, RIBA, London

Julien Forder, Economics of Social Care, Ageing in the Community seminar, Health, Welfare and Food Bureau, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, Hong Kong

Julien Forder, Financing Long-term Care for Older People: Modelling the Implications of Meeting Expenditure Limits, HM Treasury, London

Julien Forder, Long-term Care in England, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)

Julien Forder, Wanless Social Care Review, Oral Evidence to Public Services Improvement Policy Group, Conservative Party

Julien Forder, Wanless Social Care Review, Joint LSE/Nuffield seminar, London School of Economics and Political Science

Julien Forder, Wanless Social Care Review, BMA Committee on Community Care

Julien Forder, Wanless Social Care Review, British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference, Bangor

Julien Forder, Wanless Social Care Review, All Party Parliamentary Housing, Care and Support Group, Summer Parliamentary Seminar and Reception: Paying for Long-Term Care: time for creative solutions? House of Commons

Julien Forder, Wanless Social Care Review, Association of Directors of Social Services Spring Seminar, Leicestershire

Julien Forder, Wanless Social Care Review, Coalition for Quality in Care Parliamentary Symposium: 'Beyond Wanless - Delivering better care for older people', Portcullis House, Westminster

Julien Forder, Wanless Social Care Review: Technical Overview, Wanless Social Care Review Launch Conference, London

Emma Halliday, Mhairi MacKenzie, Allyson McCollam, David McDaid, Joanne McLean, Margaret Maxwell, Steve Platt and Amy Woodhouse, The Scope of a National Suicide Prevention Strategy: How Should Deliberate Self-Harm be Tackled? 11th European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal Behaviour: From Greenland to the Caucasus, from the Urals to Iberia, Portoroz, Slovenia

Karen Jones and Juliette Malley, Quality of Home Care, Social Care Showcase 2006, Department of Health, London

Derek King and Martin Knapp, The Impact of Antisocial Behaviour in Childhood and Adolescence on Health, Social Care and Other Service Use and Costs in Adulthood, 6th European Conference on Health Economics, Budapest, Hungary

Martin Knapp, Economic Consequences of Untreated Mental Illness, Mental Health Policy Advisory Group, Department of Health, London

Martin Knapp, Economic Evaluation of EI Services, NIMHE/Rethink UK National Early Intervention Conference: 'Are we here yet?' (Mary Shiers, 1983), Growing Early Intervention in the UK, Birmingham

Martin Knapp, Economic Outcomes to Individuals and Society, International Psychogeriatric Association Defining and Measuring Treatment Research in Dementia conference, Canterbury

Martin Knapp, How Can Economics Inform Prevention and Promotion Initiatives?, Fourth World Conference on Promotion of Mental Health, Oslo

Martin Knapp, Social Care - Fundamental Shifts, Making Social Policy Work, Festschrift in honour of Howard Glennerster, London

Martin Knapp, Social Services and Employment in England, International Symposium for Developing a National Employment Strategy in Korea, Seoul

Juliette Malley, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Ruth Hancock, A Juarez-Garcia, Derek King and Linda Pickard, Social Services for Older People to 2026: Projected Implications of the Wanless Report, Presentation given at the 2006 British Society of Gerontology Conference, Bangor, Wales

Roshni Mangalore and Martin Knapp, Social Class and Mental Health of the UK Population 1993-2000, 6th European Conference on Health Economics, Budapest, Hungary

Tihana Matosevic and Vanessa Davey, Motivations of Care Providers for Older People in England, Progress Meeting of the SHSGI Research Team, Brussels

Tihana Matosevic and David McDaid, Optimising Strategies for Integrating People with Disabilities into Work: Focus Group's Perspective, Research Team Meeting, Brussels

Allyson McCollam and David McDaid, Evaluation of the First Phase of Choose Life, the National Strategy and Action Plan to Prevent Suicide in Scotland, 6th World Conference on Mental Health Promotion and Prevention, Oslo

David McDaid, Containing The Costs of Cancer Care: The Role Of HTA Agencies, 4th Leaders in Breast Care Meeting, Estepona, Spain

David McDaid, Economic Evaluation of Suicide Prevention: A Review of the Literature, Workshop on Suicidal Behaviour and Suicide Prevention: Theoretical and Empirical Analysis, Department of Economics, National University of Ireland at Galway

David McDaid, Evaluating the Cost Effectiveness of Suicide Prevention Strategies, European Conference on Health Economics, Budapest

David McDaid, Health Technology Assessment of New Medical Technologies in Europe, Lilly European Forum on Oncology Outcomes, Starsbourg, France

David McDaid, Improving Trust in Health Information: Challenges for Policy Makers, European Health Forum Gastein

David McDaid, Making Use of Evidence for Mental Health Promotion and Mental Disorder Prevention, Third thematic meeting on Mental Health Green Paper, European Commission, Luxembourg

David McDaid, Mental Health and the European Green Paper, Oral evidence to the House of Lords European Affairs Select Committee, Parliament

David McDaid, Mental Health: Moving Towards Equal Opportunities, Social Observatory: Social Report on Europe, European Commission, DG Employment and Social Affairs, Brussels

David McDaid, Mental Health Policy in Europe: Quo Vadis? Presentation to Copenhagen Business School, London

David McDaid, The Economic Burden of Depression and Suicide, Meeting of the International Academy on Suicide Research, Portoroz, Slovenia

David McDaid, The Green Paper. Quo Vadis? Association of European Psychiatrists Conference,Nice, France

David McDaid, The State of Ageing and Health in Europe: Quo Vadis? Launch of International Longevity Centre State of Ageing and Health in Europe Report, London, Millbank

David McDaid, Towards Social Inclusion. Quo Vadis? Second thematic meeting on Mental Health Green Paper 'Social Inclusion and Fundamental Rights in Mental Health' Held under the Austrian Presidency, Austrian Federal Ministry for Health and Women, Vienna

David McDaid, Using Economics to Strengthen the Case For Investment in Arthritis And Rheumatism, Arthritis People on the Move and European League Against Rheumatism Annual Conference, Rome

David McDaid, Using Economics to Strengthen the Case for Mental Health, Global Advocates against Mental Illness, Annual educational convention, Blankenburg, Belgium

David McDaid and Justin Needle, Economic Evaluation and Public Health: Mapping the Literature,Judge Institute Conference on Health Policy Futures, University of Cambridge

David McDaid and Justin Needle, Economic Evaluation and Public Health: Mapping the Literature, Welsh Assembly Government Health Economics Launch, Wanless Research Programme, Cardiff

Helena Medeiros, Martin Knapp and David McDaid, Balance of Care, MHEEN II Third Meeting, Berlin

Helena Medeiros, Alexandra Lewis, Martin Knapp, David McDaid and Claire Curran, Deinstitutionalisation: Preliminary Findings. MHEEN II Second Meeting, Barcelona

Linda Pickard, Carers of Older People: A Policy Context, Wanless Social Care Review Seminar Series: Carers of Older People, King's Fund, London (by invitation)

Steve Platt, Emma Halliday, Mhairi MacKenzie, Allyson McCollam, David McDaid, Joanne McLean, Margaret Maxwell and Amy Woodhouse, Evaluation of the First Phase of Choose Life, The National Strategy and Action Plan to Prevent Suicide in Scotland, 11th European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal Behaviour: From Greenland to the Caucasus, from the Urals to Iberia, Portoroz, Slovenia

Raphael Wittenberg, Financing Strategies and their Effects on Equity, Choice, Effectiveness and Sustainability, EASPD Conference, Graz, Austria

Raphael Wittenberg, Residential Care for Older People in England, LSE Seminar for New Zealand Visitors, London School of Economics and Political Science

Raphael Wittenberg, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Derek King, Juliette Malley and Linda Pickard, Projections of Future Expenditure on Long-Term Care for Older People in England, Department of Health Research Showcase, London

Raphael Wittenberg, Ruth Hancock, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Linda Pickard, Ariadna Juarez-Guarcia, Derek King and Juliette Malley, Paying For Long-Term Care for Older People, Nuffield Seminar on Paying for Long-Term Care, London School of Economics and Political Science

Raphael Wittenberg, Ruth Hancock, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Linda Pickard, Ariadna Juarez-Guarcia, Derek King and Juliette Malley, Paying For Long-Term Care for Older People, Sixth European Conference on Health Economics, Budapest

Raphael Wittenberg, Linda Pickard, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Derek King and Juliette Malley, Informal Care by and for Older People, IBM Conference, London

Amy Woodhouse, Steve Platt, Joanne McLean, Emma Halliday, Allyson McCollam, David McDaid, Margaret Maxwell and Mhairi MacKenzie, Evaluating Innovative Local Practice in Suicide Prevention: Experiences From the National Evaluation of Scotland's Suicide Prevention Strategy, 11th European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal Behaviour: From Greenland to the Caucasus, from the Urals to Iberia, Portoroz, Slovenia

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