Presentations 2009

Julie Beadle-Brown, Jim Mansell, Martin Knapp, Jeni Beecham, Residential Services in Europe - Findings from the DECLOC Study, 1st International Conference on Bridging Knowledge in Long Term Care and Support, Barcelona, March.

Jeni Beecham, Indications of Cost-effective Services for Children and Young People, Treasury Seminar on Cost-effective Services for Children and Young People, Westminster London, July.

Jeni Beecham, Assessing the cost-effectiveness of parenting programmes, Academy Seminar Series: Messages from Research, Kings College London, October.

Jeni Beecham, What are some of the things we know about cost effectiveness of services for children and families social care services?, ESRC and DCSF Public Policy Seminar, London, November.

Jeni Beecham, Social Policy and Economics: Children and Adolescents. Seminario Economía de la Salud y Politíca Sociosanitaria, La Pedrera de Caixa Catalunya, Barcelona, 1 December.

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Future Long-term Care Expenditure and its Financing, I Encuentro "Envejecimiento y Dependencia: Retos y Políticas", Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza. (invited), February.

Adelina Comas-Herrera, 'Financiación de la dependencia sostenibilidad económica', Presentation at the Fundación Edad y Vida's Conference on 'Dependecia y Calidad de Vida', Pamplona (Spain), May 2009. By invitation.

Vanessa Davey, Addressing challenges of personalising social care: thecommissioning role of authorities, Independent Living Association, West Sussex Annual Conference, June 2009. 

Francesco D’Amico, “The role of technical progress in lipid lowering drugs: The case of statins”, IHEA Conference, Beijing, 2009

Jacqueline Damant, Paul Freddolino, Martin Knapp, Maggie Ellis, Eve Midleton-Kelly, Tania Burchardt, The Right Side of the Digital Divide for older people: A literature review, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris, July 2009

Bleddyn Davies, Choice, Control, Wellbeing and Integration: Mid-late 70s experimentation with budget-devolved care management, mid-late 90s care-managed care & the new world of Personal Budget models and a wellbeing agenda, Social Work History Group, King’s College, 2009

Bleddyn Davies, Social care of older people: Personalisation and Personal Budgets, Choice and Control, Wellbeing and Integration in the emerging means-ends logic of the policy narrative of the 0ies: Implications of the past for improving the future, Social Policy Association, Edinburgh, 2009

Bleddyn Davies, Adjusting to the medium run consequences of the financial crisis and recession. What do results from ‘production of welfare’ studies of productivities of social care and support services for older people suggest for policy, what is put into effect, and outcomes and their distribution? British Society of Gerontology, Bristol, 2009

Bleddyn Davies, Political and policy rationalities in reforms of long-term care of older people, Radical Statistics Conference, Oxford, 2009

Maggie Ellis, Exploitation and Marketing, helping Stakeholders to understand Users Needs. AVENT Conference Breaking Barriers Between Stakeholders, Nottingham, September 2009

Maggie Ellis, Martin Knapp, Jacqueline Damant, Eve Mitleton-Kelly, Paul Freddolino, MonAMI – Mainstreaming on Ambient Intelligence – a four year EU project that forms part of the EU 6th Framework Programme, IST, BGS Meeting, Edinburgh, November 2009

Ruth Hancock and Raphael Wittenberg, on behalf of the MAP2030 WP5 Team, Reform of the Long-Term Care Financing System: Projections of Costs and Distributional Impacts, MAP2030 Conference, LSE, March.

Martin Knapp, The NIHR School for Social Care Research, Natural History Museum, London, January.

Martin Knapp, Economics and Mental Health Policies, 7th World Meeting of the International Association for Emergency Psychiatry, Geneva, February.

Martin Knapp, Cost-effectiveness issues in Antidepressant Treatment, European Brain Policy Forum, Brussels, February.

Martin Knapp, Juan Cabeses Hita, Economics and New Strategies for Funding and Financing, Bridging Knowledge in Long-Term Care and Support, Barcelona, March 2009

Martin Knapp, Making an Economic Case for Prevention and Promotion, Expanding our Horizons: Moving Mental Health and Wellness Promotion into the Mainstream, Toronto, March.

Martin Knapp, Evaluation of Economic Data for Mental Health Services for Children and Adolescents, 6th Panhellenic Congress of Hellenic Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Athens, May.

Martin Knapp, Economics: Friend or Enemy to Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 6th Panhellenic Congress of Hellenic Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Athens, May.

Martin Knapp, Economic Impacts of Autism, National Autistic Society - Autism and Employment Workshop, London, May.

Martin Knapp, Personal Budgets: Unanswered Questions for Policy and Research, Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, London, May.

Martin Knapp, Making an economic case: some new evidence, Invited seminar to the Health Department, Australian Government, Canberra, June.

Martin Knapp, Social policy developments: new evidence, Roundtable discussion, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Queensland Government, Australia, June.

Martin Knapp, Economics and Mental Health: Pain or Gain?, Opening plenary at the Altering States, Reforming the System conference, Brisbane, June.

Martin Knapp, Care, Presentation for the Ministerial Research Summit on Dementia, Royal Society, London, July. See Report from the Event|

Martin Knapp, Mental Health: Multiple Perspectives, Multiple Challenges, Social Policy Research Unit, York, November.

Martin Knapp, Introducing CEMH, Institute of Psychiatry, London, November.

Martin Knapp, Social Policy and Economics: Adults and Older People. Seminario Economía de la Salud y Politíca Sociosanitaria, La Pedrera de Caixa Catalunya, Barcelona, 1 December.

Martin Knapp and Juan Cabeses Hita, Economics and New Strategies for Funding and Financing, Bridging Knowledge in Long-Term Care and Support, Barcelona, March.

Juliette Malley, Ann Netten, Putting People First User Experience Surve, Putting People First User Survey Consultation Workshop, Leeds, June 2009

Juliette Malley, Ann Netten, Putting People First User Experience Survey, Putting People First User Survey Consultation Workshop, London, June 2009

Juliette Malley, Putting People First Survey: Scope and Methods, Invited paper presented at the Social Services Research Group Conference, Birmingham, November 2009

Juliette Malley, Ruth Hancock, Raphael Wittenberg, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Derek King, Marcello Morciano, Linda Pickard, Housing Assets and Long-Term Care in England, Poster presentation at 19th World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris, France, July 2009

Roshni Mangalore, Can Rawlsian Maximin be the Social Choice for Equity in the Health Domain?, International Health Economics Association, Beijing, July.

Tihana Matosevic, Knowledge transfer: evidence-based practice, Discussion Forum on Knowledge Transfer in Social Care, London School of Economics and Political Science, August 2009

David McDaid, Economical Aspects of Suicide, 7th World Meeting of the International Association for Emergency Psychiatry, Geneva, February.

David McDaid, Transferring Research to Policy and Practice: Quo Vadis?, Bridging Knowledge in Long-Term Care and Support, Barcelona, March.

David McDaid, Regional and National Experiences on Bridging: a Western European Perspective, Bridging Knowledge in Long-Term Care and Support, Barcelona, March.

David McDaid, Money talks: Asking the case for child mental health, CAMHEE conference, Budapest, August

David McDaid, The recession and the mental health of workers: a mainly English perspective, Kirby Mental Health Commission of Canada Economics Roundtable, Ottawa, August 2009

David McDaid, Harnessing the power of the new media and electronic information systems as a tool to aid policy transfer, European Health Forum Gastein, September 2009

David McDaid, Swedish conference on suicide - The cost of poor mental health and suicidal behaviour: can we afford to lose lives?, Mental Health & Suicidal Behaviour in Times of Economic Crisis: Impact & Prevention, EC Presidency Conference Swedish Parliament, Stockholm, Oct 2009

David McDaid, Making the case for investing in suicide prevention interventions: an economic perspective, 2nd European Public Health Conference, Lodz, November 2009

David McDaid, The cost of poor health & addressing the longer term effects of the economic crisis, Baltic Policy Dialogue, Riga, November 2009

David McDaid, The costs of failures, and benefits of successes to governments  enterprises and workers, British Swedish Conference on Work and Wellbeing, Swedish Parliament, Stockholm, December 2009

David McDaid, A-La Park, Making the economic case for injury prevention and safety promotion: a systematic review of the literature, 7th International Health Economics Association Conference, Beijing, July 2009

David McDaid, Reinhold Kilian, Caroline Losert, A-La Park, Making the case for greater investment in child and adolescent mental health promotion and prevention services, European Society for Child And Adolescent Psychiatry Conference, Budapest, August 2009

David McDaid, A-La Park, Reinhold Kilian, Carolin Losert, Martin Knapp, Jeni Beecham, Assessing the Potential Economic Case for Greater Investment in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Promotion and Prevention Services, CAMHEE WP7 Meeting, Vilnius, February 2009

David McDaid, Iben van den Berg, Money talks: Asking the case for child mental health, CAMHEE Final Conference, Budapest, August 2009

Juliette Malley, Putting People First Survey: Scope and Methods, Invited paper presented at the Social Services Research Group Conference, Birmingham, 16th November 2009

Juliette Malley, Ruth Hancock, Raphael Wittenberg, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Derek King, Marcello Morciano and Linda Pickard, Housing Assets and Long-Term Care in England, Poster presentation at 19th World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris, France, 5-9th July 2009

Juliette Malley and Ann Netten, Putting People First User Experience Survey.  Paper presented at the Putting People First User Survey Consultation Workshop, Leeds, 1st June. 

Juliette Malley and Ann Netten, Putting People First User Experience Survey.  Paper presented at the Putting People First User Survey Consultation Workshop, London, 11th June. 

Helena Medeiros, Martin Knapp, David McDaid, Balance of Care: Deinstitutionalisation in Europe (MHEEN), Bridging Knowledge in Long-Term Care and Support, Barcelona, March.

Ann Netten and Juliette Malley, Measuring outcomes in social care, Invited paper presented at The Social Services Research Group Conference, Manchester, 20-22nd April.

Ann Netten and Juliette Malley, User Experience Surveys, Invited paper jointly presented at The Social Care Strategy Unit, Department of Health, 15th July 2009

Paul Niblett, Juliette Malley, Louise Bell and Sue Whetton, How national user surveys are done, with what results, from national and local perspectives, Invited paper jointly presented at the Social Services Research Group Conference, Birmingham, 16th November 2009

A-La Park, David McDaid, Making the economic case for fall prevention: a systematic review of the literature, 7th International Health Economics Association Conference, Beijing, July 2009

Linda Pickard, A Future Care Gap? Informal care for Older People by their Adult Children: Projections of Demand and Supply in England.  Presentation to Modelling Ageing Populations to 2030/European Association for Population Studies Working Group on Demographic Change and the Support of Older People, LSE, London, 14th May 2009.

Linda Pickard, Raphael Wittenberg, Derek King, Juliette Malley and Adelina Comas-Herrera, Informal Care for Older People by their Adult Children: Projections of Supply and Demand to 2041 in England. Poster presentation at 19th World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris, France, 5-9th July 2009

Raphael Wittenberg, Public expenditure on long-term care for older people: the effect of changes in life expectancy, ILC-UK and Actuarial Profession Joint Seminar: Public Spending and the Effect of Changes in Life Expectancy, London, June.  

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