Presentations 2007

Jennifer Beecham, Workshop on Costs and effectiveness of key working. Invited presentation. CCNUK Annual Conference: Improving Outcomes for Disabled Children and Young People, Manchester, 13 November 2007

Jennifer Beecham, Outcome Assessment in Social Care, Seminar, Stockholm, 6 November 2007

Jennifer Beecham, Economics of Children's Services, PhD course, Dartington Social Care Research Unit, October 2007

Jennifer Beecham, Future Positive: Long-term Care Needs of Young People with Profound and Multiple Disabilities, Sussex, 26 September 2007

Jennifer Beecham, Health Economics and Evaluation, MSc in Ageing and Mental Health, University College London, May 2007

Jennifer Beecham, CAMHS, Costs, and (Health) Economics, Royal College of Psychiatrists CTRU Seminar Series, London, 22 March 2007.

Jennifer Beecham with P Sloper, Effectiveness and Costs of Key Worker Services, Key Working Without Tears, London, 10 May 2007

Jacqueline Damant, Draft Sociological and Economic Framework, MonAMI Meeting 2007, London School of Economics and Political Science

Jacqueline Damant, General Approach to Evaluation, MonAMI General Assembly, Paris

Jacqueline Damant, Research Principles, MonAMI Training Event 2006, London School of Economics and Political Science

Jose-Luis Fernandez, Funding Long-Term Care in the UK: A New Way Forward, Dependencia y Calidad de Vida, Consellería de Bienestar Social de la Comunidad Valenciana y el Instituto de Mayores y Servicios Sociales - IMSERSO.Valencia, Spain

Jose-Luis Fernandez, Prevention and the Wanless Social Care Review, Making Research Count, Kings College and Age Concern, London

Julien Forder, The Future of Care Funding events, Caring Choices Coalition, London: 14 November 2007

Julien Forder, English Community Care Association National Conference, Bloomsbury, London, 8 November 2007

Julien Forder, National Council on Ageing (Age Concern - care reform and funding panel), Overseas House, London, 27 September 2007

Julien Forder, New Statesmen Round Table on Social Care Funding, Portcullis House, London, 19 September 2007

Julien Forder, The Future of Care Funding events, Caring Choices Coalition, Leeds: 13 September 2007

Julien Forder, King's Fund Fringe Event on funding, Labour Party Conference, October 2007, Bournemouth

Julien Forder J, Looking Ahead: Paying for Long-Term Care, CentreForum, London, 4 October 2007

Julien Forder, The Future of Care Funding events, Caring Choices Coalition, Bristol: 22 June 2007

Julien Forder, The Future of Care Funding events, Caring Choices Coalition, Birmingham: 25 May 2007

Julien Forder, Tipping the Funding Balance: The Effects of More Long-Term (social) Care on Acute Care Cost, Centre for Health Economics seminar, University of York, 3 May 2007

Julien Forder, Reforming the Financing of Care Homes in Ireland, National Council on Ageing and Older People, Dublin, Ireland, 13 March 2007

Julien Forder, Caring in the Future?, Community Care Live conference, London, 25 January 2007

Ruth Hancock, Adam Steventon, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Chris Curry, Derek King, Juliette Malley, Linda Pickard, Raphael Wittenberg (2007) Paying for Pensions and Long-Term Care: Combining Separate Projections of Long-Term Care and Pensions Costs and the Distributional Consequences of Reform Options, Paper presented by Ruth Hancock and Adam Steventon at the 1st General Conference of the International Microsimulation Association, Vienna

Catherine Henderson, Presentation to the Innovation Forum on the locally reported and hospital episode statistics data for 2005/06 on unscheduled bed use by older people 75 years of age and older, Innovation Forum Project Lead Network meeting, Newquay, Cornwall

Catherine Henderson, Presentation to the Innovation Forum on the locally reported and hospital episode statistics data for 2004/05 on unscheduled bed use by older people 75 years of age and older, Innovation Forum Project Lead Network meeting, Winchester, Hampshire

Catherine Henderson, Angela Dickinson, Unplanned Hospital Bed Use by Older People: The impact of governance and incentives, Health Services Research Network and the NIHR SDO Programme Conference, Manchester, 4 June 2007

Judy Klein, Luis Salvador-Carrulla, David McDaid, Policy and Funding Parallel Workshop, Deinstitutionalisation and Community Living: Comparative Perspectives and International Implications Conference, Prague, 16 November 2007

Martin Knapp, Welcome, Introduction and Finances, Mental Health Economics European Network II Symposium, Brussels, 13 December 2007

Martin Knapp, Social Capital and Mental Health, German Society of Psychiatry Congress 2007, Berlin, 23 November 2007

Martin Knapp, Mental Health Financing, German Society of Psychiatry Congress 2007, Berlin, 24 November 2007

Martin Knapp, Economics of Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Autism Cymru and Austism Speaks Inaugural Autism Research Conference, Cardiff, 9 November 2007. Abstract.|

Martin Knapp, Long-Term Links Between Childhood Behavioural and Emotional Problems and Adulthood Economic Outcomes: And How to Break Them? Oxford Institute of Ageing Seminar, Oxford, 8 November 2007

Martin Knapp, Autism in the UK: New Cost Estimates, All Party Parliamentary Group on Autism, London

Martin Knapp, Choice and Control: Onward and Upward, Independent Living Association 2007 Conference: Individual Budgets and Beyond| (PDF), Haywards Heath

Martin Knapp, Cognitive Stimulation Therapy for People with Dementia: Cost Effectiveness Analysis, World Forum for Mental Health - Dementia & Mental Health of Older People, London

Martin Knapp, Cost-Effectiveness of Care, XIII ESCAP Congress - Mental Wellbeing of Children in Europe: Policy, Plans and Perspectives, Florence

Martin Knapp, Cost-Effectiveness of Rehabilitation in Schizophrenia, IV International Colloquium of Schizophrenia of Porto - Schizophrenia: Cost-Effectiveness - From Illness to Treatment, Porto

Martin Knapp, Economics and Mental Health Policy and Practice: Help or Hindrance?, Three Bridges Unit, St. Bernard's Hospital, Ealing

Martin Knapp, Economics in Psychiatry, Royal College of Psychiatrists CEC Members Closed Meeting: Professionalism and Psychiatry, London

Martin Knapp, Evaluating the Economic Impact of CAMHS, CSIP, London

Martin Knapp, Financing and Funding Mental Health Care, Research Training Conference: Finance and Delivery of Mental Health Services in Central Europe, Prague

Martin Knapp, How Can Economics Inform Prevention and Promotion Initiatives in Mental Health? 2007 Health Promotion Summer Conference: Building Capacity for Evidence-Based Health Promotion, Galway

Martin Knapp, Making the Case for Investing in Mental Health Promotion and Mental Disorder Prevention and Ensuring Funding, European Conference on Mental Health - Joining Forces Across Europe for Promotion and Prevention in Mental Health, Barcelona

Martin Knapp, MHEEN Welcome and Introduction, Mental Health in Europe seminar, London School of Economics and Political Science, London

Martin Knapp, Mental Health and Employment: Economic Issues, London Child Poverty Commission Seminar - Mental Health and Employment: Working in Partnership to Support People into Employment, London

Martin Knapp, Mental Health Economics: Never a Dull Moment, Northern Ireland Health Economics Group, Belfast

Martin Knapp, Searching for Value for Money in Mental Health and Social Care, Audit Commission Seminar, London

Martin Knapp, The Cost of Mental Illness, Employment and Mental Health, Joint Residential Development Event, Manchester

Martin Knapp, The Economic Impact of Dementia, Alzheimer's Society National Conference: The Rising Cost of Dementia in the UK - Are We Prepared?, London

Martin Knapp, Seven Questions: From Institutions to Community, Comparative Cost Analysis: Community-Based Services as an Alternative to Institutions, Arezzo/Florence

Martin Knapp, Jennifer Beecham, Presentation of Findings from Cost and Outcome Analyses, Deinstitutionalisation and Community Living: Comparative Perspectives and International Implications, Czech Republic, 15 November 2007

Martin Knapp, Nicky McLeod, Douglas Quinn, Martin Barkley, How Far Can Residential Services be Replaced by Community Based Services?, Laing and Buisson 2007 Annual Long Term Care Conference, London

Martin Knapp, Alvaro Ramirez, The Autism Mapping Project in Europe, Deinstitutionalisation and Community Living: Comparative Perspectives and International Implications, Czech Republic, 15 November 2007

Roshni Mangalore, Martin Knapp, Income-Related Inequalities in Mental Health and Use of Services by Ethnic Minorities in the UK, 8th Workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry: Investing in Mental Health Policy and Economics Research, Venice, Italy

Juliette Malley, Non-Response - What is Going On? Factors Associated with Non-Response and What Can Be Done About It, User Experience Surveys: the Process, their Value and the Future, sponsored by the Department of Health, London, 12 November

Juliette Malley, Changes in Quality: Measuring Changes in Quality Over Time, User Experience Surveys: the Process, their Value and the Future, sponsored by the Department of Health, London, 12 November

Juliette Malley, Has the Quality of Older People's Home Care Services Improved? British Society for Gerontology, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield

Juliette Malley, Ann Netten, Measuring and Monitoring Outputs, Quality and Outcomes in Social Care, European Group of Public Administration Conference, Madrid

Juliette Malley, Sima Sandhu, Quality in Community Social Services for Disabled Adults: Users' Views and Implications for Policy, Social Policy Association Conference, Birmingham

David McDaid, Mental Health Promotion and Prevention, Mental Health Economics European Network II Symposium, Brussels, 13 December 2007

David McDaid, Findings from the MHEEN Network: Implications for Deinstitutionalisation and Community Living, Deinstitutionalisation and Community Living: Comparative Perspectives and International Implications Conference, Prague, 15 November 2007

David McDaid, Should Mental Health Impact in all Policies be Important? European Meeting on Health and Health Systems Impact Assessment (HIA/HSIA) under Portuguese Presidency, Lisbon, 5 November 2007

David McDaid, Funding for Mental Health. A Fair Share of the Pie?, German Association of Social Psychiatry, Munich, 2 November 2007

David McDaid, Optiwork: The Economic Case for Action| (PDF), Optimising Strategies for Integrating People with Disabilities into Work Conference, Brussels, 10 October 2007

David McDaid, The Economic Case for Investment in Mental Health, Session on Mental Health Policy in Europe, European Health Forum, Gastein, 5 October 2007.

David McDaid, Using Economics to Strengthen the Case for Mental Health Promotion and Prevention of Mental Disorders (MHEEN Workshop), European Conference on Mental Health - Joining Forces Across Europe for Promotion and Prevention in Mental Health, Barcelona, September 2007

David McDaid, Making the Case for Investment in Mental Health Promotion and Mental Disorder Prevention Activities in Europe, Mental Health in Europe seminar, London School of Economics and Political Science, London.

David McDaid, Intersectoral Action and the Promotion of the Mental Well-Being of Children and Adolescents, World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, Mental Health Case Study Review. Canary Islands, Spain

David McDaid, Is There A Financial Case To Be Made For The Informed Patient? The Economic Perspective, European Patients Forum Spring Conference, Brussels

David McDaid, Towards Attainment of the EU's Lisbon Strategy: Addressing the Impact of Mental Health on Employment, Mental Health in Europe seminar, London School of Economics and Political Science, London.

David McDaid, Emma Halliday, Mhairi Mackenzie, Margaret Maxwell, Allyson McCollam, Joanne McLean, Steve Platt, Amy Woodhouse, Evaluating the Cost Effectiveness of Suicide Prevention Strategies: Practical and Methodological Challenges. What Do We Know, Where Do We Go? European Conference on Mental Health - Joining Forces Across Europe for Promotion and Prevention in Mental Health, Barcelona, September 2007

David McDaid, Emma Halliday, Mhairi Mackenzie, Margaret Maxwell, Allyson McCollam, Joanne McLean, Steve Platt, Amy Woodhouse, Brendan Kennelly, Evaluating the Cost Effectiveness of Suicide Prevention Strategies: Practical and Methodological Challenges, International Association for Suicide Prevention, Killarney, 30 August 2007

David McDaid, Emma Halliday, Mhairi Mackenzie M, Margaret Maxwell, Allyson McCollam, Joanne McLean, Steve Platt, Amy Woodhouse, Evaluating the Cost Effectiveness of Suicide Prevention Strategies: Practical and Methodological Challenges, Health Technology Assessment International, Barcelona, June 2007

David McDaid, Emma Halliday, Mhairi Mackenzie M, Margaret Maxwell, Allyson McCollam, Joanne McLean, Steve Platt, Amy Woodhouse, Evaluating the Cost Effectiveness of Suicide Prevention Strategies: Practical and Methodological Challenges, UK Public Health Association Annual Conference, Edinburgh, March 2007

David McDaid, Emma Halliday, Mhairi Mackenzie M, Margaret Maxwell, Allyson McCollam, Joanne McLean, Steve Platt, Amy Woodhouse, Evaluating the Cost Effectiveness of Suicide Prevention Strategies: Practical and Methodological Challenges, Investing in Mental Health Policy and Economics Research, Venice, March 2007

David McDaid, Martin Knapp, Helena Medeiros, MHEEN: Some Reflections on Mental Health Policy in Europe, Institute of Psychiatry CEMH Seminar, London

David McDaid, Tihana Matosevic, Measuring the Economic Impact of Optimising Strategies for Integrating People with Disabilities into Work, Optiwork Conference, Brussels, 10 October 2007

David McDaid, Justin Needle, The Use of Economic Evaluation for Public Health Interventions: Desert or Oasis? A Systematic Review of the Literature, International Health Economics Association Conference, Copenhagen, July 2007

David McDaid, Justin Needle, The Use of Economic Evaluation for Public Health Interventions: Desert or Oasis? A Systematic Review of the Literature, Health Technology Assessment International, Barcelona, June 2007

David McDaid, Justin Needle, What Use Has Been Made of Economic Evaluation In Public Health? A Systematic Review of the Literature, UK Public Health Association Annual Conference, Edinburgh, March 2007

David McDaid, Solveig Ose and the MHEEN Network, Promoting Well-Being in the Workplace. Making the Economic Case, European Conference on Mental Health - Joining Forces Across Europe for Promotion and Prevention in Mental Health, Barcelona, September 2007

Helena Medeiros, Balance of Care, Mental Health Economics European Network II Symposium, Brussels, 13 December 2007

Helena Medeiros, Challenges and Opportunities in Shifting Care from Hospital to the Community in Europe, Mental Health in Europe seminar, London School of Economics and Political Science, London.

Ann Netten, Julien Forder, Juliette Malley (2007) Measuring and Monitoring the Value of Social Services, Paper presented by Ann Netten at the 34th CEIES Seminar, Helsinki

Linda Pickard, Discussant of paper by Olena Nizalova entitled Effect of Wages on Informal Care and Labor Supply: Do Long-Term Care Policies Matter? IZA Workshop on Long-Term Care, Bonn, 28-29 September 2007 (by invitation)

Linda Pickard, Unpaid Care and the Family, Presentation at ONS Press Conference to launch Focus on Families, London, 4 October 2007.

Linda Pickard, Long-term care for older people: Projections of demand and expenditure to 2050 in four European member states, European Social Network Seminar on Long-Term Care for Older People, Prague, 19 July 2007 (by invitation).

Linda Pickard, Identifying Policy Options: International Lessons for Long-Term Care Policy. Presentation to Modelling Ageing Populations to 2030 Seminar, 'Introducing the MAP2030 Study: Modelling an Ageing Population to 2030 and Beyond', LSE, London, 24th April 2007.

Steve Platt, Emma Halliday, Mhairi MacKenzie, Allyson McCollam, David McDaid, Joanne McLean, Margaret Maxwell, Amy Woodhouse, Meeting the Challenge of Suicide Prevention in Scotland: Findings from the Evaluation of the First Phase of Choose Life, UK Public Health Association Annual Conference, Edinburgh, March 2007

Julian Pratt, Diane Plamping, Pat Gordon, Distinctive Characteristics of Public Sector Organisations and Implications for Leadership, Workshop Northern Leadership Academy and Centre for Innovation in Health Management, Leeds

Ian Shemilt, David McDaid, Incorporating Economic Methods into Cochrane Reviews, Meeting of UK and Ireland Cochrane Network, University of Oxford

Ingrid Zechmeister, Reinhold Killian, David McDaid, Is it Worth Investing in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention of Mental Illness? A Review of the Evidence on Economic Evaluations, Health Technology Assessment International, Barcelona, July 2007

Ingrid Zechmeister, Reinhold Killian, David McDaid, Is it Worth Investing in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention of Mental Illness? A Review of the Evidence on Economic Evaluations, Investing in Mental Health Policy and Economics Research, Venice, March 2007

 

 

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