Presentations 2011

Jennifer Beecham, The economics of parenting programmes, Institute of Psychiatry, London, January 2011

Jennifer Beecham, Making evidence-informed policy for children, families and communities – an economic perspective, CES Seminar Series for Senior Policy Makers, Dublin, February 2011

Jennifer Beecham, Cost and cost-effectiveness analysis for health and social services, London South Bank University, London, April 2011

Mike Clark, NIHR Specific Funding streams - School for Social Care Research - Improving the evidence base for adult social care practice, National Institute for Health Research Open Day, Coventry University, 14 April 2011

Mike Clark, The NIHR School for Social Care Research – growing and looking forward, PSSRU London School of Economics, London, September 2011

Mike Clark, The SSCR and public involvement – keeping involvement meaningful (and enjoyable), INVOLVE Summit, Oxford, September 2011

Mike Clark, The NIHR School for Social Care Research – growing and looking forward, Tizard Centre, University of Kent, September 2011

Mike Clark, NIHR School for Social Care Research – the perspective of a research funder on the importance of public involvement in research, ESRC Festival of Social Sciences event for older people, Birmingham, November 2011

Jose-Luis Fernandez, Julien Forder, The impact of budget cuts on social care services for older people, LSE Health and Social Care HEIF-funded Showcase Event: Social Policy in an Ageing Society, June 2011

Julien Forder, Measuring quality and outcomes in social care, LSE Health and Social Care HEIF-funded Showcase Event: Quality in Health and Social Care, July 2011

Valentina Iemmi, Ernestina Coast, Tiziana Leone, David McDaid, Suicide and poverty in low and middle income countries (LMICs): a systematic mapping of the literature, World Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health 2011, Cape Town, October 2011

Reinhold Kilian, Carolin Losert, David McDaid, A‐La Park, Martin Knapp, Cost‐effectiveness analysis in child and adolescent mental health problems: an updated review of the literature, IXth International Conference of the European Network of Mental Health Services Research (ENMESH), Ulm, Germany, June 2011

Martin Knapp, Economics, Social Inclusion: international and social policy, SAMI (Social Aetiology of Mental Illness) distance learning course, 14 January 2011

Martin Knapp, From Vision to Reality - The Co-operative Council and Adult Social Care - Oral Evidence session 1, Lambeth Town Hall, 26 January 2011

Martin Knapp, Rethinking Social Care, Gresham College, London, 27 January 2011

Martin Knapp, Economic Evaluation of social care and measuring effectiveness: challenges and approaches, Kuopio, Finland, 27 March 2011

Martin Knapp, Cate Henderson, Ariane Buescher, Jose-Luis Fernandez, The cost-effectiveness of telecare and telehealth, King's Fund, London, March 2011

Martin Knapp, The case for public health and for workplace performance, E.C event in Berlin, March 2011

Martin Knapp, Economics and social inclusion: links, SAMI (Social Aetiology of Mental Illess), distance learning course, 5 April 2011

Martin Knapp, SSCR: Looking forward, SSCR Annual Conference, London School of Economics, 18 April 2011

Martin Knapp, Research with ‘oomph’, LSE Research Day, May 2011

Martin Knapp, Economic evaluation of social care and measuring effectiveness: challenges and approaches, University of Kuopio, May 2011

Martin Knapp, How can economic evaluation contribute to the mental health policy and practice? University of Kuopio, May 2011

Martin Knapp, Depression: economic considerations, Brussels, May 2011

Martin Knapp, The economics of health research, NIHR Training Camp, June 2011

Martin Knapp, Mental Health Economics, Presentation for lunch time seminar at the Treasury, London, 7 July 2011

Martin Knapp, Making the economic case for community care, 19th European Social Services Conference, Warsaw July 2011

Martin Knapp, 26 Years of the Client Service Receipt Inventory, DIRUM event, Birmingham, 19 October 2011

Martin Knapp, Mental health in the age of austerity, Barcelona, 27 October 2011

Martin Knapp, Is it worth it? Using cost-utility analysis to tackle tricky but important issues, London South Bank University, October 2011

Martin Knapp, Mental health in an age of austerity, Institute of Mental Health, Nottingham University, November 2011

Tihana Matosevic, Long-term care provision for older people in the UK, Open Society Long-term care project meeting, Budapest, February 2011

David McDaid, The health economic case for investment in primary care mental health, Primary Care Mental Health Education Conference, London, February 2011

David McDaid, Current trends in mental health policy in the EU, Meeting on evaluation of the PsychArgos reform programme, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, Athens, Greece, February 2011

David McDaid, The economics of mental health and wellbeing, MSc Public Mental Health Module, University of Warwick, February 2011

David McDaid, Making policies work: long term care financing and implications for diffusion of technology for disabled and older people, European Conference on Technology for Disabled & Older People: Business Development, Building Alliances & Impact Assessment, London, March 2011

David McDaid, Financial structures: incentivising long term care system stakeholders to finance and use technology, European Conference on Technology for Disabled & Older People: Business Development, Building Alliances & Impact Assessment, London, March 2011

David McDaid, Brokering knowledge and Research Information at an International Level: The experience of the Observatory, Meeting of the EuSANH network, Madrid, March 2011

David McDaid, L'approche des économistes: une vision européenne?, EC INTERREG IVA Grand Région Projet : Prévention Promotion de la Santé Mentale (Presentation in French), Luxembourg, March 2011

David McDaid, Making the economic case for tackling somatoform disorders, 9th International Conference of the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation, Ulm, June 2011

David McDaid, The economic case for investing in disease prevention and health promotion: Quo Vadis?, Presentation at WHO Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen, June 2011

David McDaid, The economics of chronic disease prevention, health promotion and injury prevention, Economics of Chronic Disease Prevention Workshop, World Health Organisation Copenhagen, June 2011

David McDaid, Making the economic case for investing in support for growing older with disabilities, Growing Older With A Disability Conference, Festival of International Conferences on Caregiving, Disability, Ageing and Technology (FICCDAT), Toronto, June 2011

David McDaid, Economic aspects of co-morbidity of diabetes and depression, Royal College of Psychiatry International Congress, Brighton, June 2011

David McDaid, What do we know about the economic case for the prevention of dementia?, Preventing Age-Related Cognitive Decline and Dementia: Towards an Action Plan for Wales, Bangor University, Wales, October 2011

David McDaid, Joint budgeting: can it facilitate inter-sectoral action?, First WHO European Conference on the New European Policy for Health – Health 2020, Jerusalem, November 2011

David McDaid, Social determinants of health and health inequalities: an overview, Workshop on financial strategies of public payers for reducing social inequalities in health, Ministry of Health, Warzawa, Poland, November 2011

David McDaid, A‐La Park, Michael Parsonage, Making the economic case for tackling somatoform disorders, IXth International Conference of the European Network of Mental Health Services Research (ENMESH), Ulm, Germany, June 2011

David McDaid, Iris Molosawanke, Derek King, Making the economic case for investment in collaborative care to tackle co‐morbid depression and diabetes, World Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health, Cape Town, October 2011

David McDaid, A-La Park, Modelling the economic case for investing in population level suicide awareness training and suicide prevention interventions, World Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health, Cape Town, October 2011

A-La Park, David McDaid, How far have we come in the use of economic evaluation techniques to make the case for complementary and alternative medicine?: A systematic review of methodological developments, trends in quality and robustness of findings, CAMSTRAND, Southampton, March 2011

A-La Park, David McDaid, Modelling the potential cost-effectiveness of acupressure in the treatment of chronic low back pain, 6th International Congress of Complementary Medicine Research, Chengdu, China, May 2011

A-La Park, Paul McCrone, Martin Knapp, Cost-Effectiveness of Early Intervention for Psychosis, IXth International Conference of the European Network of Mental Health Services Research (ENMESH), Ulm, Germany, June 2011 

A-La Park, David McDaid, Kristian Wahlbeck, Anna Forsman, What do we know about economic evaluations of psychosocial interventions to promote mental health and wellness in older people?, IXth International Conference of the European Network of Mental Health Services Research (ENMESH), Ulm, Germany, June 2011

A-La Park, Paul McCrone, Martin Knapp, Multiple economic evaluation of Early Intervention (EI) for young people with First-episode psychosis in the UK, IXth International Conference of the European Network of Mental Health Services Research (ENMESH), Ulm, Germany, June 2011

A-La Park, Paul McCrone, Martin Knapp, Multiple economic evaluations of Early Detection (ED) and Early Intervention (EI) for young people with First-episode psychosis in Australia, IXth International Conference of the European Network of Mental Health Services Research (ENMESH), Ulm, Germany, June 2011

A-La Park, Paul McCrone, Martin Knapp, Economic evaluation of Early Intervention for young people with first- episode psychosis, 8th World Congress on Health Economics, Toronto, Canada, July 2011

A-La Park, Paul McCrone, Martin Knapp, Cost-effectiveness analyses of a multidisciplinary team approach to Early Intervention for people with first-episode psychosis, World Mental Health Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, October 2011

 

 

Linda Pickard, Overcoming barriers: unpaid care and employment in England, SSCR Annual Conference, London School of Economics, 18 April 2011

Raphael Wittenberg, Longer Life, Greater Growth, AXA Global Forum on Longevity, Paris, March 2011

Raphael Wittenberg, The Economics and Fiscal Sustainability of Long-Term Care for Older People, LSEHSC Ageing Seminar, LSE, June 2011

Raphael Wittenberg, Funding of long-term care, World Policy Conference, invited presentation, December 2011

Lesley Wye, Elizabeth Thompson, William Hamilton, Debbie Sharp, A-La Park, David McDaid, A Half Eaten BISCITS: Mid-study reflections on the feasibility of economically evaluating the Bristol Homeopathic Hospital using a matched controlled cohort approach, CAMSTRAND, Southampton, March 201

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