Presentations 2013

Annette Bauer, Befriending of older adults, European Knowledge Tree Group 2013 Masterclass, London, April 2013

Annette Bauer, Building Community Capacity|, Study tour for central and local government officials and policy advisers from Poland, LSE, July 2013

Annette Bauer,  Economics in social care – An introductory presentation on aspects of the economic work for the NCCSC team|, SCIE London, 22nd November 2013

Jennifer Beecham, What economics can do for your research, Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions, Eastbourne, February 2013

Jennifer Beecham, The unit costs programme at the PSSRU, Study tour for central and local government officials and policy advisors from Poland, LSE, July 2013

Jennifer Beecham, Prevention: will it pay? Big Lottery Conference on the A Better Start programme, October 2013

Jennifer Beecham, Mental Health and HTA, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, Canada (also available as a webinar), October 2013

Eva-Maria Bonin, Jennifer Beecham, June Brown, Costing multi-site, group based interventions, Creating Guidance for Costing Methodology within Clinical Trials, Oxford, October 2013

Mike Clark, What research impact is, why it is important and challenges to achieving it: a view from the NIHR School for Social Care Research|, Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership Trust Conference on Research Impact, Staffordshire University, May 2013

Mike Clark, Payment by results, recovery and equalities: what is happening in England?|, Tenth International Conference of the European Network For Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, 3-5 October 2013

Mike Clark, Raphael Wittenberg, Summary of SSCR and DH PRP funded social care research studies|, Department of Health, February 2013

Adelina Comas‐Herrera, Meeting the future costs of long‐term care: public and private options, European Knowledge Tree Group 2013 Masterclass, London, April 2013

Adelina Comas-Herrera, Funding and the impact of the Care Bill, Westminster Health Forum: Next steps for dementia care – commissioning, the Dementia Challenge and the Care Bill, London, November 2013

Emilie Courtin, Andrea Fiorillo, Mario Luciano, A-La Park, Graham Thornicroft, Result of a systematic mapping of the state of the art in European research on promoting social inclusion, addressing social exclusion and stigma, Tenth International Conference of the European Network For Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, October 2013

Sara Evans-Lacko, Martin Knapp, Paul McCrone, Graham Thornicroft, Ramin Mojtabai, The mental health consequences of the recession: economic hardship and employment of people with mental health problems in 27 European countries, Tenth International Conference of the European Network For Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, October 2013

Sara Evans-Lacko, David McDaid, A-La Park, Graham Thornicroft, Results of DELPHI exercises to identify research gaps and priorities areas for future funding, Tenth International Conference of the European Network For Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, October 2013

Jose-Luis Fernandez, Closing plenary: Exploring the interactions between health and social care: recent evidence and plans for future analyses, SSCR Annual Conference 2013, London, March 2013

Jose-Luis Fernandez, The demographics of older people: the growing challenges ahead (for the long-term care system), FGDP seminar: Addressing the growing challenge in providing oral health care for the elderly, London, May 2013

Catherine Henderson, The economic evaluation of telehealth, European Knowledge Tree Group 2013 Masterclass, London, April 2013

Henderson C., Knapp M., Fernández J-L., Beecham J., WSD evaluation team, Cost-effectiveness of telecare in people with social care needs: the Whole Systems Demonstrator cluster randomised trial, 3rd Annual International Congress on Telehealth and Telecare, Kings Fund, London July 2013

Catherine Henderson, Costs, outcomes and value for money, College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section Independent Practice Annual Conference, York, October 2013

Valentina Iemmi, Martin Knapp, Eva Cyhlarova, David Crepaz-Keay, A new peer-delivered self-management intervention for people suffering from severe mental health conditions: the economic case.,Global Mental Health Forum 2013 - Sustainable development through global action: The case for investing in mental health, London, September 2013

Martin Knapp, Economic evaluation and reablement, Social Care Evidence in Practice Project Workshop for Leaders in the West Midlands, Birmingham, January 2013

Martin Knapp, Challenges of an ageing society, British Embassy, Tokyo, February 2013

Martin Knapp and Eva Cyhlarova, Moving away from institutional care: rationales, evidence, and recommendations, Ministry of Health, Prague, March 2013

Martin Knapp, Economic evaluation, Social Care Evidence in Practice Project and research in practice for adults Leaders’ Forum, Dartington, May 2013

Martin Knapp, How to develop a critical mass of researchers, NIHR Training Camp, June 2013

Martin Knapp, The economics of early intervention, Healthy Young Minds, London, June 2013

Martin Knapp, Using evidence to help HWBs to focus on community capacity building, Think Local Act Personal Developing the power of strong, inclusive communities to boost health and well-being for all, The Role of Health and Well-Being Boards Stakeholder Workshop, London, July 2013

Martin Knapp, Mental health and economics: rising to the challenge, Continuing Professional Development event for Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation NHS Trust, Hertfordshire, July 2013

Martin Knapp, Policy, systems, care and support, invited keynote plenary, Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, Boston, USA, July 2013

Martin Knapp, Challenges: mental health, invited plenary, Health Economists’ Study Group Annual Conference, Warwick, July 2013

Martin Knapp, The changing landscape of early intervention, Westminster Social Policy Forum Keynote Seminar: Early Intervention, London, July 2013

Martin Knapp, Recession, austerity and mental health: how can we respond? 13th Portuguese Health Economics Conference, Portugal, October 2013

Martin Knapp, Economics: building blocks for fine structures, Michele Tansella Festschrift, Verona, October 2013

Martin Knapp, Economic: challenges, questions, answers?, International Youth Mental Health conference, Brighton, October 2013

Martin Knapp, The case for pooled budgets?, Autism Alliance Conference 2013, October 2013

David McDaid, Challenges of the economic crisis for mental health and mental health services: A European perspective, XIII Riunione Scientifica Società Italiana di Epidemiologia Psichiatrica Crisi economica e salute mentale: cosa cambia nella popolazione, cosa cambia nei servizi, Rome, January 2013

David McDaid, Can prevention and promotion save us? Making the case for investing in public health and health promoting interventions in times of crisis, Strengthening health protection in times of economic crisis: increasing the evidence base, Science and Technology Options Assessment Unit, European Parliament, Brussels, February 2013

David McDaid, The internet and ageing: exploiting the economic potential, European Knowledge Tree Group 2013 Masterclass, London, April 2013

David McDaid, The internet and ageing: exploiting the economic potential, How to get off the Roundabout: Making a success of an ageing population, London, April 2013

David McDaid, The impact of stigma and discrimination on people with mental health problems, Mental illness in the 21st Century – An Increasing Challenge for Europe, European Parliament, Interest Group on Mental Health, Well-being and Brain Disorders and the Stephen Hughes MEP Initiative on Depression in the Workplace, Brussels, May 2013

David McDaid, Investir dans la santé mentale et le bien-être: résultats du projet DataPrev et autres etudes, Colloque scientifique sur l’économie de la prévention, Journées de la prévention / Prevention Days INPES 2013, Paris, June 2013

David McDaid, Making the case for investing in public health and mental health promotion in times of crisis, Congreso nacional y vi internacional de la sociedad española de medicina preventiva, salud pública e higiene, Cartagena, Spain, June 2013

David McDaid, Challenges of the economic crisis for mental health and mental health services: A European perspective, Gamian Europe Regional Seminar: Impact of the financial crisis on Mental Health, Dublin, June 2013

David McDaid, The economic impact of stress and poor mental health in the labour force during times of economic change, Keynote Lecture: Real Academia de Medicine Y Circuiga de Galicia (Royal Academy of Medicine and Surgery of Galicia), La Coruna, Spain, July 2013

David McDaid, Socio-economic impact of the economic crisis and coping strategies, Stress, Health and the Economy Workshop, University of Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, July 2013

David McDaid, Making an economic case for health promotion and disease prevention, Lecture. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies Summer School, Venice, Italy, July 2013

David McDaid, Nudge or smudge. The role of behavioural actions in promoting health, Lecture, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies Summer School, Venice, Italy, July 2013

David McDaid, Making the economic case for investing in public mental health, World Congress of Asian Psychiatry, Bangkok, Thailand, August, 2013

David McDaid, Brokering knowledge and research information to support development and governance of health systems in Europe, Launch of European Score for Measuring Implementation of Research into Healthcare, London, September 2013

David McDaid, Making the case for investment in health promotion and disease prevention, WHO Healthy Cities Conference, Izmir, Turkey, September 2013

David McDaid, Making an economic case for public health: what do we know?, Public Health in Slovenia Consensus conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 2013

David McDaid, Making the economic case for investing in prevention and promotion for better mental health during times of austerity, International Health Forum Gastein, Gastein, Austria, October 2013

David McDaid, Mapping the state of the art in the financing of mental health systems, The REFINEMENT project experience, ENMESH 2013, 10th International Conference of the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, Italy, October 2013

David McDaid, Overview of ROAMER (roadmap for mental health research in Europe) and the role of social and economic research in a fragmented and fast changing European landscape, Tenth International Conference of the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, October 2013

David McDaid, The economic crisis: an opportunity for mental health?, ENMESH 2013, 10th International Conference of the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, Italy, October 2013

David McDaid, Investing in mental health – contributing to the sustainability of health, social care and welfare systems, Lithuanian EU Presidency Conference. Mental Health: Challenges and Possibilities, Vilnius, Lithuania, October 2013

David McDaid, Working across government departments to promote return to work, Fit for Work International Summit, Brussels, Belgium, October 2013

David McDaid, Making an economic case investing in actions on the social determinants of health and health divide, Launch of the review of the social determinants of health and the health divide in the WHO European Region, London, October 2013

David McDaid, Promoting health, preventing disease: is there an economic case?, UK Department of Health launch of policy summary on the economics of public health, London, November 2013

David McDaid, Public health empowerment. Traditional and new ways of influencing lifestyles, Policy Dialogue: Addressing lifestyle variations in health: the desirability and effectiveness of financial incentives, The Hague, November 2013

David McDaid, Taxing health sins or subsidising healthy lifestyles: how effective and equitable?, Policy Dialogue: Addressing lifestyle variations in health: the desirability and effectiveness of financial incentives. The Hague, November 2013

David McDaid, Exploring the cost effectiveness of specialist mental health services, CIBERSAM New Approaches to the treatment of schizophrenia, Madrid, November 2013

David McDaid, Mapping the state of the art in the financing of mental health systems. The REFINEMENT project experience, Launch event Refinement conference, Generalitat de Catalunya Barcelona, November 2013

David McDaid, Investing in mental health in the workplace derives economic dividends – the economic argument in support of workers health and safety, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion Conference: Occupational Diseases in the EU, Brussels, December 2013

David McDaid, A-La Park, Making an economic case for investment in art for health and wellbeing, Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference, Bristol, June 2013

David McDaid, A-La Park, Promoting synergies in arts, health, and economics: a report on the Public Engagement Foundation, CASE-funded programme networking three arts for health research initiatives, Culture, Health & Wellbeing International Conference, Bristol, June 2013

David McDaid, A-La Park, Tihana Matosevic, Mapping the state of the art in the financing of mental health systems. The REFINEMENT project experience, Tenth International Conference of the European Network For Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, October 2013

David McDaid, A-La Park, Sara Evans-Lacko, Graham Thornicroft, An overview of the ROAMER project and the state of social and economic research in Europe, ENMESH 2013, 10th International Conference of the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, Italy, October 2013

Juliette Malley, Identifying the Impact of Adult Social Care (IIASC), Meeting with ADASS S&P group, Several presentations in London, South East, Eastern, 2013

Juliette Malley, Measuring social care outcomes: Identifying the impact of adult social care webinar, University of Kent, August 2013

Juliette Malley, Measuring social care outcomes: Identifying the impact of adult social care webinar, University of Kent, September 2013

Juliette Malley, Jose-Luis Fernandez, Understanding ethnic differences in older people’s reports of home care quality: Evidence from the English Home Care User Experience Survey, British Society of Gerontology Conference, Oxford, September 2013

Juliette Malley, Identifying the impact of adult social care (IIASC) and Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care (MAX) project, Meeting with ADASS S&P group, Harrow, London, October 2013

Juliette Malley, Ann Netten, Measuring social care outcomes using ASCOT. Using quality of life data in assessment and review, SCEiP Quality of Life Project Feedback Session, Cumbria, October 2013

Juliette Malley, Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care (MAX) project, Meeting with Yorkshire and Humberside Region ADASS S&P group, Goole, November 2013

Juliette Malley, Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care (MAX) project, Meeting with South East Region ADASS S&P group, Wandsworth, December 2013

Juliette Malley, Identifying the impact of adult social care (IIASC) and maximising the value of survey data in adult social care (MAX) project, Meeting with West Midlands Region ADASS S&P group, Birmingham, December 2013

Juliette Malley, Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care (MAX) project, Meeting with Eastern Region ADASS S&P group, Cambridge, December 2013

Juliette Malley, Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care (MAX) project, Meeting with North West Region ADASS S&P group, Liverpool, December 2013

A-La Park, Result of a systematic mapping of the state of the art in European research on the use of economics in mental health and wellbeing research, Tenth International Conference of the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation, Verona, October 2013

Linda Pickard, Unpaid care and employment: overcoming barriers, ESRC Seminar series on Carers in the 21st Century: Developing the Evidence Base, University of York, February 2013

School for Social Care Research and Social Care Evidence in Practice Project, Provision Forum: ‘Practice Makes Perfect’: Tips and tricks for building better understanding between frontline practice and social care research, Community Care Live, May 2013

Raphael Wittenberg, Overview of available data and use in England, Royal Statistical Society conference, January 2013

Raphael Wittenberg, Funding long‐term care, European Knowledge Tree Group 2013 Masterclass, London, April 2013

Raphael Wittenberg, Wilton Park conference, invited presentation, Berlin, May 2013

Raphael Wittenberg, All-Party Parliamentary Group, invited presentation, June 2013

Raphael Wittenberg, Myers JDC Brookdale Institute, invited seminar, December 2013

Valentina Zigante, Income and price elasticity of demand for community care services in England, University of Salerno, Department of Economics research seminar, November 2013

Valentina Zigante, Happiness and Public Policy, London Centre for Social Studies, December 2013 

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