Presentations 2010

Jennifer Beecham, The ABC’s of Economic Analysis: What Is It and Why Should We Care? AED 2010 International Conference on Eating Disorders, Salzburg, Austria, June 2010

Jennifer Beecham, Medico-economic analysis of eating disorder treatment in England, European Conference - Troubles du Alimentaire, Lyon, September 2010

Jennifer Beecham, The true costs of quality improvement - case study on the costs and impact of centrally driven Mental Health Improvement Partnerships, Money Talks: Improving Quality To Save Costs, Royal Society of Medicine, London, November 2010

Eva-Maria Bonin, Online CBT-BN: Does it raise support costs?|, Eating Disorders International Conference (EDIC), 11th-13th March

Eva Bonin, David McDaid and A-La Park, Making the case for investing in suicide prevention interventions: an economic perspective, Safety 2010 World Conference, London, UK, 21-24 September, 2010

Eva-Maria Bonin; Madeleine Stevens, Parenting programmes for the prevention of conduct disorder: Long-term economic implications|,  The Sixth World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Washington, DC, USA 17-19 November , 2010

Ernestina Coast, Tiziana Leone, David McDaid, A. Hirose, "Postnatal depression (PND) and poverty in low income countries: Mapping the evidence", Reproductive morbidity and poverty, London School of Economics, November 2010.

Angie Carmichael, The current state of social care research – Research user perspective, National Seminar on Social Care Research, London, November 2010

Chris Curry, Raphael Wittenberg, MAP2030: Modelling Pensions and Long-term Care, Pensions Policy Institute AGM, June 2010.

Francesco D’Amico, “Measuring inefficiency in social services commissioning: evidences from English local authority activity”, International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, London, September 2010

Jacqueline Damant, Paul Freddolino, Martin Knapp, Maggie Ellis, Eve Mitleton-Kelly, Bruno Jean-Bart, Antonio Kung and Kim Spence-Jones, Does ambient intelligence lead to the e-inclusion of older people?, ISG World Conference, Vancouver, 27-30 May

Bleddyn Davies, Social care and its financing system: opportunities and dangers for policy outcomes, British Society of Gerontology, Brunel University, 2010

Maggie Ellis, The Information Economy in the EU - are we ready and trained for it? AAL Forum, Denmark, September 2010

Maggie Ellis, Impact Assessment and the Knowledge Tree Working Group for ICT, ESDI Conference Madrid, November 2010

Maggie Ellis, Martin Knapp, Jacqueline Damant, Eve Mitleton-Kelly, Paul Freddolino, Using MonAMI technology (AAL) with disabled and older people in the community, users views and the need for evidence-based marketing to demonstrate is technology really cost effective? AAL Forum, Malaga, Spain, March 2010

Sara Evans-Lacko; Chris Fitch; Derek King; David McDaid; Martin Knapp, The cost-effectiveness of interventions to prevent mental health problems resulting from financial debt, The Sixth World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Washington, DC, USA 17-19 November , 2010

Julien Forder, The costs and benefits of social care funding in England, Counsel and Care 5th National Conference, London, 27 January

Ruth Hancock, Juliette Malley, Derek King, Linda Pickard, Adelina Comas-Herrera and Marcello Morciano, Paying for long-term care: potential reforms to funding long-term care, Paper presented at the Health Economics Study Group, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, 6-8th January 2010

Catherine Henderson, Jennifer Beecham, Martin Knapp, Jose-Luis Fernández, "Costing a complex health and social care intervention involving advanced assistive technology: the Whole Systems Demonstrator pilots." International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, London, September 2010

Martin Knapp, Building community capacity: economic arguments?, Department of Health, Manchester, 3 February

Martin Knapp, Ageism in mental health and social care services: the research base, Llandrindod, 4 February

Martin Knapp, Early intervention: Is it worth it?, Conference hosted by Place2Be, London, 22 February [PDF|]

Martin Knapp, NIHR Specific Funding streams - School for Social Care Research - Improving the evidence base for adult social care practice, SSRG Annual Conference, March 2010

Martin Knapp, The NIHR School for Social Care Research: looking forward, SSCR Annual Conference 2010, London, March 2010

Martin Knapp, More R&D in primary and community care, jointly with the School for Primary Care Research, NIHR Regional Research Conference, London, March 2010

Martin Knapp, The economic consequences of depression and diabetes when co-morbid, European Congress of Psychiatry in Munich, March [PDF|]

Martin Knapp, How economics influences the case for mental health on the world stage, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, March 2010

Martin Knapp, The costs of Autism, National Conference on Autism in Scotland - Strategy or Not?, Glasgow, 27 May

Martin Knapp jointly with Stephen Scott, The evidence base and how to use it well, Research in Practice Directors' Forum: Creative Responses: Reshaping Series for Maximum Impact, Tuesday 8 June

Martin Knapp, The economics of change towards socially inclusive housing and support, Meeting on Housing and Social Inclusion Project, National Development Team for Inclusion, Monday 14 June

Martin Knapp, Mental health in a cold climate, Talk to the Healthcare Finance Managers Association, Mental Health Faculty, Tuesday 15 June

Martin Knapp, Using economic evidence in the new economic context, Presentation for the Research in Practice for Adults Directors' Policy Forum: Cutting Back and Moving Forward, Wednesday 16 June

Martin Knapp, Telehealth and telecare: economic issues, WSDAN conference, Newcastle, June 2010

Martin Knapp, Economics of social care, European Health Economics Conference, Helsinki, July 2010

Martin Knapp, The role of research in achieving best practice, International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care, September 2010

Martin Knapp, Economics and research funding, Kent and Medway Research Conference (NHS), Chatham, September 2010

Martin Knapp, Economic consequences of dementia and implications for policy and practice, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, September 2010

Martin Knapp, Making an economic case, National Children and Adult Social Care Conference, Manchester, November 2010

Martin Knapp, Paul McCrone, Michael Parsonage, Modelling economic impacts, National Mental Health Development Unit, Department of Health, seminar, November 2010

Martin Knapp, Integration of care across the continuum, Commonwealth Fund International Symposium, Washington DC, November 2010

Martin Knapp, Making an economic case: investing in prevention and promotion, Barcelona, December 2010

Martin Knapp, Economic evidence for preventing and promoting public mental health, Well-being and Mental Health: A public health agenda for the future Leadership Summit, Hallam Conference Centre, London, December 2010

Juliette Malley, Measuring the Quality of Long-Term Care in England, Invited paper presented at the Quality of Long-Term Care Conference, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, 21st May 2010

Juliette Malley, Developing indicators of outcome for assessing system and provider performance. International Long-Term Care Conference, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, September 2010

Paul McCrone; Martin Knapp, The cost-effectiveness analysis of early detection,  The Sixth World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Washington, DC, USA 17-19 November , 2010

David McDaid, eHealth: what is the potential for better integration, delivery and cost effective care across Europe?, EU High Level Meeting on E-Health, Barcelona, March, 2010

David McDaid, Work and health: some economic considerations, NICE Topic Selection Meeting, Manchester, March, 2010

David McDaid, Prioritising mental health during frugal times, Implementing New Horizons conference, International Coffee Organisation, London, April 22 2010

David McDaid, From e-heath to i-health, I-health: the contribution of mental health, Greek National Centre for Public Administration and Local Government, Athens, 29 April 2010

David McDaid and A-La Park, How far have we come in the use of economic evaluation techniques to make the case for complementary and alternative medicines? A systematic review of methodological developments, trends in quality and robustness of findings, 5th International Conference on Complementary Medicine Research, Tromso, Norway, May 19-21, 2010

David McDaid, The health economics case for the identification and treatment of co-morbid diabetes and depression in primary health care settings, World Conference of Family Doctors, Cancun, Mexico, May 21 2010

David McDaid, Tackling mental disorders - contribution to inclusive growth, Towards Europe 2020: mental capital and well-being, European Parliament, Brussels, 2 June 2010

David McDaid, The health economics of suicide prevention, European Forum for Evidence-based Prevention, Baden Bei Wien, 16 - 18. June 2010

David McDaid, A-La Park, Reinhold Kilian, and Carolin Losert, Making the economic case for investing in child and adolescent mental health services, European Conference on Health Economics, Helsinki, Finland, 7-10 July, 2010

David McDaid and A-La Park, Making the economic case for injury prevention and safety promotion: a systematic review of the literature, Safety 2010 World Conference, London, UK, 21-24 September, 2010

David McDaid, The economic downturn and mental health, Mindwise and Shine Biennial Conference, Dublin, 4th & 5th November 2010

David McDaid; A-La Park; Kristian Wahlbeck; Anna Forsman, Making the economic case for investing in mental health promotion interventions for older people, The Sixth World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Washington, DC, USA 17-19 November , 2010

David McDaid; Michael Parsonage; A-La Park , Promoting mental and physical wellbeing through tacking medically unexplained symptoms in primary care: An economic analysis, The Sixth World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Washington, DC, USA 17-19 November , 2010

A-La Park and David McDaid, Assessing the cost-effectiveness of Tai Chi as an intervention to reduce the risk of fall-related injuries in older people, 5th International Conference on Complementary Medicine Research, Tromso, Norway, May 19-21, 2010

A-La Park and David McDaid, Assessing the cost-effectiveness of conventional group based exercise and Tai Chi as interventions to reduce the risk of fall-related injuries in older people, European Conference on Health Economics, Helsinki, Finland, 7-10 July, 2010

A-La Park and David McDaid, Assessing the cost-effectiveness of conventional group based exercise and Tai Chi as interventions to reduce the risk of fall-related injuries in older people, Safety 2010 World Conference, London, UK, 21-24 September, 2010

A-La Park; Paul McCrone and Martin Knapp, Assessing the social and economic benefits of Early Intervention for community dwelling young people with first episode of psychosis, The Sixth World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders, Washington, DC, USA 17-19 November , 2010

Linda Pickard, Researching the Future with Survey Data: Projections of Family Care for Older People, Presentation to 'Imagining Futures' Seminar, Centre for Policy on Ageing, London, 11th February 2010.

Linda Pickard, The Supply of Informal Care in Europe, Assessing Needs of Care in European Nations (ANCIEN) Workshop, Rome, 11-12 March 2010

Suzy Powell, Juliette Malley, and Paul Niblett, Update on National Social Care User Experience Survey, Invited paper jointly presented at the Social Services Research Group Conference, Manchester, 8-9th March 2010

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