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Dementia patients "face unfair care tax"
A new report written in conjunction with LSE, King's College London and the Alzheimer's Society has highlighted the cost to the UK (£26 billion a year) for dementia patients, and how physical long-term conditions are treated for free on the NHS and dementia related problems are not.
The Independent, 10 September 2014
The Daily Express, 10 September 2014
The Times, 10 September 2014
BBC Online, 10 September 2014
The Evening Telegraph, 10 September 2014
The report was also mentioned on several BBC regional radio stations on 10 September 2014.
Martin Knapp on the cost of autism in the UK
BBC Radio 4, 20 July 2014
“We are getting to the point where funding is unsustainable if we want to meet need appropriately” – Adass chief
Work by Jose-Luis Fernandez is mentioned. Community Care, 1 July 2014
Better Unemployment Benefits Reduce Suicide Rates
Research by LSE Health's Jon Cylus, which was featured in the American Journal of Epidemiology is featured in the Huffington Post and Time. 20 June 2014
Cameron pledges to fight UK's dementia timebomb
Professor Martin Knapp, from the London School of Economics, said discovering a treatment to delay the onset of dementia by just 36 months would save the country as much as £5billion a year. Daily Mail, 19 June 2014, p.12, Daniel Martin
Autism costs the UK £32 billion a year
Report led by Martin Knapp on the costs of autism is highlighted in several media outlets: (10 June 2014)
The Daily Telegraph, page 6,
Also on: Disability Scoop, Capital Bay, EMax Health, Science Newsline, Global Times, Iteraksyon, Rocket News, Xinhua News Agency, Science 2.0, CNBC, China.org.cn, Individual, Jersey Evening Post and Benefits Pro.
Professor Martin Knapp discussed the World Dementia Council
BBC Radio 4, 19th May 2014
World Dementia Council Holds Inaugural Meeting; Commits to Mobilizing Worldwide Effort To Find Cure
The World Dementia Council, meeting for the first time in London, England on Wednesday, agreed to priorities for the upcoming year and to mobilizing a worldwide effort to find a cure for Alzheimer's and dementia. The council includes PSSRU and LSE Health's Professor Martin Knapp.
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Stroke unit signals the way forward
Landmark studies by Professor Alistair McGuire at the London School of Economics (LSE) and colleagues from King's College London estimate that dealing with stroke costs the UK economy £8.9 billion a year, made up of £4 billion in treatment costs. The Times, page 3. 1 May 2014
Mental health charities warn cuts "put lives at risk".
Research co-authored by PSSRU's Jose-Luis Fernandez quoted in article on the BBC. Further details can be found in the LSE news archive. 12 March 2014
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