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Publications

Since 2008, our staff have published more than 842 peer-review journal articles and 241 books, reports and chapters in edited books. We also work to ensure coverage in non-academic outlets – such as trade papers and magazines and through websites, media releases, presentations  – to ensure we communicate to as wide an audience as possible, particularly in terms of reaching research users and participants. Our work has often been cited in important government and other policy documents.

We are involved in coordinating one peer-review journal, Health Economics, Policy and Law| (published by Cambridge University Press), which is informally affiliated with LSE Health. LSE Health also publishes the policy bulletin Eurohealth|, which is disseminated to more than 20,000 academics and policy-makers. 

LSE Health, PSSRU and SSCR produce regular outputs providing information on their activities. LSE Health also publishes a successful Working Paper Series| in Health Policy and Economics.

Assessing Improvements in Dementia Care and Support

The Department of Health (DH) commissioned a team from the London School of Economics and Political Science and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (as part of the Policy Innovation Research Unit (PIRU)| and with support from the NIHR School for Social Care Research|) to conduct a review to map data available and to summarise key research evidence on trends in dementia care in England over recent years, particularly since 2009.

The report "Independent assessment of improvements in dementia care and support since 2009" is now available - click here|.


Latest issue: Eurohealth Volume 21 Number 1|

Reducing inequalities in health and health care
This Eurohealth issue provides a reflection on the 7th European Public Health Conference which was held in late 2014 in Glasgow. Articles in the Observer section look specifically at health inequalities - How Roma communities are responding to these; adaptation of health promotion and disease prevention interventions for migrant and ethnic minority populations; and the Glasgow Declaration. Other articles include: Learning from each other - where health promotion meets infectious diseases; Public health monitoring and reporting; Changing your health behaviour - regulate or not; Developing the public health workforce; Building sustainable and resilient health care systems; Leaving a legacy in Glasgow; Conclusions; and Eurohealth Monitor.


Latest issue: Health Economics Policy and Law|

This issue starts with original research articles on values in health care priority setting (by Claudia Landwehr and Dorothea Klinnert), on the role of hospital payments in the adoption of new medical technologies (by Corinna Sorenson, Michael Drummond, Aleksandra Torbica, Giuditta Callea and Ceu Mateus), and on preferences for lifestyle interventions to reduce obesity (by Mandy Ryan, Deokhee Yi, Alison Avenell, Flora Douglas, Lorna Aucott, Edwin van Teijlingen and Luke Vale).

An article by Stephen Birch and Amiram Gafni is then presented that responds to an article previously published in HEPL, on ‘resolving NICE’S nasty dilemma’. Following this, there is a perspective article, and a response, that comments on structural patterns in Swedish health policy over the past three decades, by Richard Saltman and Carl H. Lyttkens, respectively.

The issue concludes with a special section on the latest edition of Rudolf Klein’s ‘New Politics of the NHS’, with contributions from Albert Weale, Jan-Kees Helderman and Larry Brown.

Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Health Economics.

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Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Health Policy.

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Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Social Care

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Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Mental Health.

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Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Pharmaceuticals.

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